/Tag:Disaster Psychology
5 10, 2011

Review: The Survival Template

By | October 5th, 2011|Reviews, Survival Book Reviews|4 Comments

 When The Survival Template first arrived on my desk, I was a little put off by what looked like nothing more than a pamphlet. How can a survival book of any worth be so slim? With little faith I began to read and was quickly astonished. The second thing that struck me about The Survival Templatewas [...]

28 09, 2011

Contagion, A Prepper’s Movie Review

By | September 28th, 2011|Medical, Reviews, Survival Videos|1 Comment

Contagion is a new movie with a high powered cast about the spread of a viral pandemic. It shows the expanding viral epidemic from a number of perspectives and will make any prepper think. A pandemic is something preppers should be thinking about. In the disaster matrix, it is probably the most devastating thing that [...]

31 08, 2011

Bikers, Cannibals, and Fornicators! Oh my!

By | August 31st, 2011|Reviews, Survival Book Reviews|9 Comments

Patriots is a novel by Former U.S. Army intelligence officer and lifelong survivalist James Wesley Rawles. The story has existed in various forms and delivery methods since roughly 1995. It is probably one of the top five most discussed books within the Survivalist Community today. It's by far the most hotly debated book on the [...]

27 06, 2011

Episode 23: TEOTWAWKI Discussions

By | June 27th, 2011|Urban Survival Podcast Episodes|2 Comments

In this weeks episode hosts Aaron and Jonathan discuss their opinions about TEOTWAWKI.

31 01, 2011

E1: Knee Jerk Reactions & Joos Orange

By | January 31st, 2011|Urban Survival Podcast Episodes|2 Comments

Join us for the first official episode! Today we discuss Knee Jerk reactions. Recent events have, unfortunately, leant themselves to a discussion on how being reactionary is bad for the country and in prepping.

10 09, 2010

Review Of The Unthinkable

By | September 10th, 2010|Reviews, Survival Book Reviews|1 Comment

The Unthinkable by Amanda Ripley definitely added to my understanding of how people react in disasters. The writing could be better, but overall it was an interesting book and a decent enough read. Whenever I come across a book that deals largely with the psychology of crisis, violence, survival, or anything related, I jump at [...]