NBC/HI Prepping: What No One Talks About

img4Yes – NBC as in nuclear, chemical, and biological. The HI is hunger immigration which we’ll come to presently.

Our thinking this week?  It’s time to get a lot more serious about our prepping, why we do it, and the “other agenda” that may be working.

This is the first of two parts on the return of the nuclear threat and it comes because of economics of control that make a showdown likely at some point in the future.  But we start today considering the prospects of hunger (and water) driven population displacements.

Right now, we have plenty of time.  The U.S. is letting Iran run the clock until at least the end of June (and I’m betting longer) so we have lots of lead time.  California is only on the leading edge of dewatering.  These clocks won’t run forever – and as economics adjusts to changing expectations, markets could implode.

We delve into the very real problem is disappearing water right after headlines and a check of our Trading Model.  This weekend, we’ll look at the other *(more readily solvable) problems of nuclear, biological, and chemical outlooks.

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  1. A while ago I bought some surplus radiation dectectors. They were reasonable from ebay. Like these.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Civil_Defense_Geiger_counters

    I think I paid $26 bucks-$30 bucks something like that.

    If you look at the picture on the linked page. Lower right you see some little round tube shapes. They are rem detectors. Quartz Fibre Dosimeter. Very neat. They have quartz thread in them that is wound up with high voltage. Ionization unwinds the quartz thread. So it’s a cumulative rem based detector. On the end of the quartz thread is a little dial meter that if you squint real hard you can read the rem’s received. You put it in your pocket like a pen. You have to charge them with a Quartz Fibre Dosimeter Charger. There’s a battery powered type but I also found a electrostatic manual charger so I got one of those. I’ll probably never need these but I don’t expect to get in a car wreck and have car insurance. Mostly they were low priced at the time and I always wanted one. I think the whole get up with seven Quartz Fibre Dosimeters, a PP-1578A manual Dosimeter Charger, a CD V-750 battery powered Dosimeter Charger and a CDV-715 Geiger Counter cost me about $80. I mostly bid on ebay for several weeks until I got what I wanted at a reasonable price. Doesn’t hurt to get some long life storage “D” cell batteries to go with them.

    A quick look on ebay shows a whole civil defense kit $90 with no bids. Also saw a good kit with extras calibrated for $200 by a former civil defense calibrator. Not bad as you know it’s set up right.