Monday, June 8, 2015

Prepping 101: $30 Geiger Counter for Android/IPhone – Works! (on Android) – Smart Geiger


Smart Geiger

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We are all living in a potential radiation hotzone of the future. Radiation is silent, invisible, has no smell, and there is a good chance that we all will have to deal with radiation in our lifetimes. It could be, as NWO kingpin George Soros says, an all out nuclear war with China and Russia. It could just be that a few nukes pop a couple hundred miles in the air, using our nationwide electrical grid as a giant antenna to wipe out our power stations (an EMP). That would lead to a meltdown of our nuke plants plants all over the country, which need a power grid to cool themselves. If you think you are “prepping,” but you aren’t prepared to measure both high and low levels of radiation (two distinct issues), it might be time to take a look at your options.

“Bombshell Testimony”: The IRS Used This to Hide Information From Congress

Via avordvet

New testimony reveals that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) used “hundreds of attorneys” to hide critical information from Congress’s investigation of the IRS targeting of conservatives.

According to new congressional bombshell testimony today, the IRS set up a previously unknown “special project team” comprised of “hundreds of attorneys,” including the IRS Chief Counsel (one of only two politically appointed positions at the IRS).

The “special project” this team was given? Concealing information from Congress.

NOAA Global Warming Freaks: “Their intent and methods are so obvious they’re laughable.”

Via The Feral Irishman

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration scientists have found a solution to the 15-year “pause” in global warming: They “adjusted” the hiatus in warming out of the temperature record.

New climate data by NOAA scientists doubles the warming trend since the late 1990s by adjusting pre-hiatus temperatures downward and inflating temperatures in more recent years.

“Newly corrected and updated global surface temperature data from NOAA’s [National Centers for Environmental Information] do not support the notion of a global warming ‘hiatus,'” wrote NOAA scientists in their study presenting newly adjusted climate data.

Urban Survival in Apartment

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As my plans include bugging out in case of SHTF to my BOL (bug out location), most of the time and effort is spent on preparing that part, but being prepper in apartment is an interesting topic too.

Some of us do not have other options, so they are planning to be where they are when SHTF-in apartment, and survive.

Other good reason to talk about apartment prepping is simply because all of our plans may vanish (plans to bug out to our BOL) so we could be simply forced to stay where we are when the system collapses.

So do not put everything in planning that you will leave when SHTF, maybe you will not be able to do so, or you are forced to spent some time where you are.
Manage Information

So here are few thoughts:

Know a lot about others, let others know only what you want to share about you.

More @ SHTF School

Army's Public Website Hacked by Unknown Intruders

Via Billy

Image: Army website has been hacked

Defense officials confirm the official public Army website has been hacked by unknown intruders demanding the U.S. stop training rebel fighters inside Syria.

Unlike the massive hack into Office of Personnel Management records, the officials stress the website contains no official classified information or private personal data of any Amy personnel, military or civilian.


More @ NBC

Cashless Society ushered in by new VISA partnership

Via Cousin John

Smart devices are everywhere. In your hand, on your walls, on your desktop, in our cars... But what about inside our bodies? IBM planted a seed years ago with this commercial... A shady looking young man perusing a grocery store as cameras and a beefy security guard looked on. Rather than arrest the young man for shoplifting... The officer says, “you forgot your receipt.”

Just a few years later, Scott Silverman, the CEO of Applied digital Solutions appeared on NBC news to present his company's new technology to the world.

A tiny RFID microchip about the size of a grain of rice. However at the time the public wasn't ready to accept the device and Verichip was bought out and the technology became the interest of hobbyists and technophiles.

Today there are countless accounts of young people voluntarily receiving the chip as an injection. One such man partnered the device with Bitcoin and became a walking talking eWallet.

Now VISA is dipping its toes in the water by partnering with the University of Technology Sydney.

More @ You Tube

Strange vans

Via rooster108bm "Today I saw 3 black Chevrolet passenger vans, tinted windows, with Tulane university markings on the front doors with US Government license plates. I can't understand why a private university would have gov plates. They also were driving very professionally, in formation and holding distance  with each other, at speed while changing lanes. Very strange."

The Key to Ending Mass Surveillance? Math. Encryption is a better safeguard of our civil liberties than the law.

Via LH

In the wake of Edward Snowden’s revelations about government surveillance, Laura Poitras, director of the Oscar-winning documentary Citizenfour, and many Internet-freedom activists and security engineers have told the public to trust math—encryption—not politics or law to protect their privacy. Our track record of reining in US surveillance through the law is abysmal: To date, there are no proven instances of a law permanently removing an operational, cost-effective, productive foreign-surveillance capability on human rights or constitutional grounds.

More @ The Nation

Haunting chalkboard drawings, frozen in time for 100 years, discovered in Oklahoma school


Teachers and students scribbled the lessons — multiplication tables, pilgrim history, how to be clean —  nearly 100 years ago. And they haven’t been touched since.

This week, contractors removing old chalkboards at Emerson High School in Oklahoma City made a startling discovery: Underneath them rested another set of chalkboards, untouched since 1917.

“The penmanship blows me away, because you don’t see a lot of that anymore,” Emerson High School Principal Sherry Kishore told the Oklahoman. “Some of the handwriting in some of these rooms is beautiful.”