Today in the show I talked about some prepper myths and misconceptions we hare all the time. Because of prepper fiction books and our need to look at every possible angle we can fall prey to some of these myths.
There are not a whole lot of show notes this week because these websites already put them together for me. Here are those links…
The Preparedness Pro: Preparedness Mythbusters What? You mean Wikipedia and Snopes and the ramblings on Facebook could be wrong? *ahem* When times get tough it’s no time to discover that you may have put stock in some nonsensical homespun tale. Preparedness Pro understands that acting upon correct information is just as important as preparedness efforts. [Read the full article…]
Off Grid Survival: The Biggest Lies & Myths About Preppers. [Read the full article…]
The Survival Blog: Warning: Do You Recognize these Five Common Piles of Prepper BS. [Read the full article…]
Urban Survival Site: You’ve probably heard the myth about Twinkies having preservative properties that make them last for decades. No one knows for sure where this legend began, but it probably has to do with the fact that even old Twinkies seem fresh and spongy. In reality, Twinkies have a shelf life of about one month.
Another reason myths like this abound is because of Hollywood. Many survival myths either begin with or are perpetuated by unrealistic movies. They make for great entertainment, but they also give people bad ideas. Here are some other common survival myths. [Read the full article…]
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