E17: Redundancy

E17: Redundancy

Hosts Aaron and Jonathan update listeners on the Rabbit phase of the self-sufficiency experiment and discuss the concept of redundancy in prep.

Redundancy is an often overlooked yet essential aspect to being prepared. Get the basic why and how redundancy applies to your life and preparedness.

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Topics:

  • The Military’s 2 is 1 and 1 is none motto.
  • Rule of 3s in your essentials of life supply.
    • Food
    • Water
    • Shelter
    • Security
  • Basic Caching

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By | 2016-10-15T00:15:48+00:00 May 16th, 2011|Urban Survival Podcast Episodes|5 Comments

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In his free time, Aaron enjoys hogging the remote, surfing, scotch, mental masturbation and debate over philosophical topics, and shooting stuff--usually not all at the same time.

5 Comments

  1. rhinos40cal May 16, 2011 at 12:15 pm - Reply

    rabbits love pine cones. you might want to look for some ventilation for summer.I use small fans. Especially when breeding in hot weather. i wait till I harvest the babies then i will breed again..A good litter is 8-10 but I have had as few as 4 or 5.I’ve been growing them for food for about 4 years. I harvest 50-75 a year when I’m rolling.If you have any questions Just ask And I’ll help ya all I can.
    Rhino

  2. Bill Foster May 20, 2011 at 5:06 pm - Reply

    Hello Gents,
    Thanks for the great podcasts. In one of your recent shows, you spoke of using c-rations instead of MREs. The only c-rations I have seen are Vietnam or Korean War era, not something I would trust to crack open for dinner. Are there other c-rations out there?

    • Aaron Frankel May 20, 2011 at 5:19 pm - Reply

      Not necessarily instead of MREs. We have just found them to be lighter weight and more compact.

      Here are some C-rations and other emergency foods of interest.
      C-Rations

  3. […] Did you notice the Army treated less patients than they had limbs tourniqueted? That is because some people got multiple tourniquets. Here is an example of multiple tourniquets in a civilian case. Shooting accident at the range and guy is shot by the person next to him. The bullet goes through one leg and then the other. Someone had a tourniquet but only one so they had to improvise. Remember One is None, Two is One. […]

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