E75: Urban Survival Techniques

//E75: Urban Survival Techniques

E75: Urban Survival Techniques

The 7 Priorities of Survival and the Survival Rule of 3s are often talked about in the survival community. They’re like chocolate and peanut butter–good alone, but amazing together.

But how do we use them together in our urban survival techniques?

The answer is: Quite simply. But there’s a lot to consider.

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Survival Topics:

  • Survival vulnerabilities.
  • Building redundancy using the Survival Rule of 3s.
  • Applying the Survival Rule of 3s to the 7 Survival Priorities.
    1. Shelter
    2. Water
    3. Food
    4. Energy
    5. Security
    6. Love
    7. Medical & Sanitation
  • Unique urban survival aspects to each priority.
  • Population density inverse relationship’s effect on survival.
  • How economies of scale effect urban survival.

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By |2016-10-15T00:09:32+00:00July 9th, 2012|Urban Survival Podcast Episodes|2 Comments

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  1. Paul July 9, 2012 at 9:09 am - Reply

    I heard the “Selco” interview at the Survival Podcast and also spent some time at “Selco’s” website. I found a lot of interesting and some valuable information there.

    His situation was rather unique though. His city was not only in a war zone but it was surrounded and and sealed off. Both circumstances are unlikely here in the USA.

    I just finished reading “The Modern Survival Manual” and found it to be a much more likely situation as well as full of real world, actually been there, done that information.

    • Aaron Frankel July 9, 2012 at 10:06 am - Reply

      I haven’t dug into his site yet. But did read his original forum posts years ago. Not to diminish the quality of information that came from his experience, my tendency is to agree with your assessment.

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