Liberty generator is a device that produces electricity, gas, fuel and heat energy using garbage, waste and even grass or dead leaves as fuel, using the anaerobic digestion method. Let’s step into some details and see how Liberty Generator it works, and how will help you transform everyday waste into renewable energy and even gain some money by doing this
Aquaponics: 20,000 Pounds of Fish & 70,000 Pounds of Vegetables on a 1/4 Acre [Video]
Aquaponics is the combination of aquaculture (fish farming) and hydroponics (growing plants in water only), in a carefully designed, hyper-productive closed-loop system. more_link_text
Budget Prep: DIY Aquaponics System
Are you inspired by other expert preppers that use a quaponics ecosystem to feed their family, but lack the outdoor space for such a large set up or you are scared about the costs ? We're bringing you budget versions of the preps inspired by expert preppers. more_link_text
Aquaponics; Which Style is Best Suited to Me?
Which Style is Best Suited to Me? So there are the basics of aquaponics, it really can be as simple or as complicated as you like, if you want to start off small and simple take a piece of polystyrene, cut some holes in it, stick some mint cuttings or water ...
DIY: Aquaponic System, For Your Organic Food In Hard Times!
I have found some very nice videos that I want to share with you along with some tips regarding the aquaponic systems. If you did not hear until now about this concept of growing very high quality and 100% organic vegetables and fresh fish in your own backyard, I invite ...
Types Of Fish For Aquaponics
Ok, so there might not be a “best” type of fish to use in aquaponics but there are certainly some common types that are popular. more_link_text
When SHTF, or if life just throws you a curve-ball and you find yourself in a survival situation without being prepared, one of the first things on your survival to-do list is to find water. Once you’ve found a water source, though, there are two important factors to consider. First, is it clean/drinkable/safe/purified? And second, how are you going to be able to store it or take it with you? [ Read More ]
One of the most common preparedness pieces of advice is to get out of debt. When you’re out of debt, you can begin planning for your future. Recent events in Kiev teach us about cash. There’s a lot more to financial preparedness than simply paying down your credit card. Getting those creditors off your back is smart, but your plastic won’t be worth much if there’s ever a situation like [ Read More ]
The world supply of crude oil isn’t going to run out any time soon, and we will be producing oil for decades to come. However, what we won’t be doing is producing crude oil – petroleum – at the present rate of around 30 billion barrels per year. For a global civilization that is based almost entirely on a plentiful supply of cheap, crude oil, this is going to present some considerable [ Read More ]
If an ice storm can cause this much panic in our major cities, what will a real crisis look like? The biggest news story in the United States right now is the “historic ice storm” that is hammering the South. Travel will be a nightmare, schools and businesses will be closed, and hundreds of thousands of people will lose power. In fact, it is being projected that some people could [ Read More ]
Saving a lot of money is like trying to run a marathon. If you dwell on how long the race is, you might not even get off the couch. But if, instead, you focus on putting one foot in front of the other and running one mile, and then two miles, and so on, suddenly a marathon doesn’t seem quite as intimidating. Try to think about your finances in the [ Read More ]
If you’d asked somebody 100 years ago, “How’s the economy doing?” they wouldn’t have known what you were talking about. At the time, people talked about things like banking panics, and national wealth, and trade. But, according to Zachary Karabell, this thing we call the economy — this thing that we constantly measure with specific numbers — wasn’t really invented until the 20th century. So the government starts calculating out [ Read More ]
As the weather begins to heat up again and the snow begins to melt away, it seems like a good time to take stock of the lessons learned from your time surviving the recent “Snowpocalypse”. Were your preparations sufficient, and did you notice any benefit from them? Was there anything you wish you had on hand or perhaps a tool you wish you knew how to use better? The best [ Read More ]
In an extended emergency, being able to reuse otherwise worthless items is a major boon. There are few things that will be in greater demand than simple light in the darkness without electricity, and so today we’re going to look at making a simple oil lamp out of a useless lightbulb. Disclaimer: Not only are bulbs breakable and flames dangerous to your skin, but you need to be very cautious in [ Read More ]
An EMP (Electro Magnetic Pulse) is a devastating event that could cripple the entirety of the United States in a matter of minutes. But with movies and fiction muddying the waters with ridiculous presentations of how an EMP actually works, there are plenty of misconceptions about how one actually works. This guide is meant to be a very basic primer, put in simple terms, to help the layman understand how [ Read More ]
“America, the most free nation on earth? Terrorists hates us because of our freedom”? Really? I can barely type these words without laughing hysterically. America has descended rapidly on the path of being a police state and we have been in political free fall since September 11, 2001. I am not going to lie to you America, our country and its values, its economy and the forces that control our [ Read More ]