Even if you're not a ham radio operator, one or more of us could save your life during a disaster, IF we're allowed to install the antenna[e] needed and allowed by Federal law. Please read and consider signing this petition. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) won't act without legislation from Congress.
The measure would direct the FCC to extend its rules relating to reasonable accommodation of Amateur Service communications to private land use restrictions. As it stands now, only commercial wireless systems are allowed full protection under federal regulations. As has been shown over and over again, worldwide, when disasters happen, amateur radio volunteers are always able to provide immediate, localized communications needs, without dependenci...
Do any of your videos go into detail on choosing boots? For example, what about steel toes? Will they protect or endanger you if the SHTF? (I know that firefighters at wildfires are told NOT to wear them because they will conduct heat from the fire to your toes.)
Great video. As far as conspiracies go, they do exist, but ... We need to recognize their true common source:
"For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms."
"Community" is the key word. We will fare poorly trying to survive in isolation, "hunkering in the bunker". But we need more than just an "army" of trained shooters. Even a well organized army also has medics, chaplains, communications experts, mechanics, electricians, etc. In other words, a fairly self-sufficient COMMUNITY.
If they could make an unpickable lock, oh joy if you ever lose or break your only/last key. But there's always the Cipher Lock. The last incarnation I saw of that device had a virtual keypad with the numbers randomly rearranged each time to prevent stealing the combo by watching someone open it. (This was at the Lockheed Martin Skunkworks to control access to classified areas.