Wow... Power outage in the cold of winter? You never know when you might need a heat source. This "life hack" is brilliant and simple as long as you keep the necessary items on hand: Bricks, terra cotta pot, tealight candles, matches.
From blackouts to big storms, the items you need to get through a worst-case scenario may already be in your home — just not stored in one place. Since every second counts in a true emergency, corral these basics in a portable container in the area of the house where you'll seek shelter, but within easy reach for evacuation: three days' worth of food and water, a first aid kit, battery-powered (or hand-crank) flashlights and radio, batteries (if needed), trash bags and duct tape (for…
When Genocide Is No Longer Unthinkable - Jan 29, 2015 - This article lays out clearly the economic fate of the nation and the world, but don’t focus too much on the implication that if you don’t have 2 years worth of food stored, you’re dead. I say if you’re not the bride of Christ, you’re dead. So focus on seeking Jesus first, but of course, try to store what you can. Biblical prudence. MARANATHA! http://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/2015/01/28/when-genocide-is-no-longer-unthinkable/print
Siphon - in a disaster aftermath when fuel is no longer available through regular channels and cars are left abandoned on the road never to be used again, this is an option for garnering fuel for emergencies