Emergency Preparedness and Survival

We all ask ourselves what is going on with our climate. We have heard a lot about global warming in recent years, but no particular case can be directly attributed to climate change. The frequency of catastrophic events strongly suggests that climate change or global warming play a role.

Global warming evidence suggests that climate change can:

• Precipitation change (greater flood event)
• See a larger case of forest fires
• More frequent and intense storms and tornadoes

We really see a growing pattern of seasons around the world. Australia recorded a record drought last year, India had terrible monsoon rains, and Greece had forest fires. In the winter of 2010, the Washington area had been the city's worst snowstorm for 90 years. Washington Reagan National Airport received 17.8 inches of snow. Many other cities on the East Coast have received a record amount of snow.

Floods have occurred throughout the United States in Nashville, Tennessee, as a result of the historic May 2020 flood that claimed the lives of several people. Tornados occur at an alarming rate, and so many people are left homeless and defenseless.

A major earthquake is one of the worst forms of catastrophe, in some cases cities have been completely destroyed, and thousands of people have either been injured or worse killed. The first example of such a devastating earthquake is in Haiti in 2010. Such a disaster is likely to occur in the United States, as the New Madrid fault system has a history of violent shocks between St. Louis and Memphis. and has a number of disadvantages a few miles from the surface. Experts say there is a high probability of such an earthquake, such as the 1800 & # 39; The largest earthquake in 1812 is reported to have destroyed 60 miles of the New Madrid station. It caused floods in Mississippi, and the river recedes for several hours and falls off the riverbank northeast of New Madrid. This earthquake also created the Raleigh-footed lake in Northwestern Tennessee.

Disasters of economic proportions do occur more often than not, although we cannot stop them, all of us must be ready to call an ambulance immediately. When the disaster falls too late and we depend on someone else for our vital need. This type of collection becomes a necessity, as when you are in an ambulance you will have some means of survival before your arrival.

Keep in mind that there are handmade items such as:

• Fast food units
• dehydrated and survival foods
• Walter filters
• Walter cleanser
• Salt water filter
• Preparation books
• tablets tablets and treatment
• Water purification
• Freeze dry foods
• Earthquake Survival Collection
• dehydrated and persistent foods

I have not personally suffered the direct consequences of a natural disaster, but & # 39; 3 & # 39; My sisters and brothers and their families went through the horrible consequences of the tornado in 2003 and only escaped with their clothes on their backs, so I am a strong advocate of emergency preparedness.