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Full Version: 'Doomsday Preppers' highlights extreme survival techniques
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The article seems to downplay preparing for any emergency:

"As extreme as end-of-world preppers seem to us, they're just an extreme version of what's in all of us," Ropeik says. "They serve as a good reminder of the power of emotion when it comes to risk perception and survival."

Nothing wrong with prepping, pioneers did it, natives did it and some jews did before nazi occupation. MSM is really sticking out like a sore thumb with its crappy brainwashing articles.
I missed the show yesterday, need to get the NatGeo channel, friend watched (he's an enlightened Marine, we'll say) and he was telling me about it. Apparently one family had a 1000 cases of Miller Highlife stashed away... needless to say I was almost rofl, but in all seriousness, if we don't do what we can now, we'll forever envy these people for their determination.
This will be next on the list of those who can afford it. Will they be allowed to sell this to other countries? Does this radar detector then make the drone a useless money gobbling effort for companies to build more as drones are more easily detected, and therefore shot down?

DeTect’s radar processing technology developed specifically for detection and tracking of non-cooperative, small, low radar-cross section, non-linearly moving targets make it one of the most sensitive, low cost radar systems on the market today for locating and monitoring a wide range of targets including aircraft, ultralights, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), helicopters, ships, boats and swimmers.

The HARRIER security and surveillance radar provides full surveillance coverage ground level to altitudes up to 20,000 feet and allows the system to function as a multi-purpose sensor for simultaneous detection, alerting and tracking for airspace and marine monitoring and is an ideal, cost-effective solution for many force protection and homeland security applications.
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