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The Disaster Survival Bible

The Disaster Survival Bible

Edited by Junius Podrug

Forge Books

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In the midst of the war on terror, frightening natural disasters, and danger seemingly lurking around every corner, it's impossible to prepare for every eventuality. But Junius Podrug, the author of Stop Being a Victim: A Survival Kit For The New Millennium, has gathered practically every bit of information the government has deemed necessary for survival in a variety of harrowing situations. Podrug offers practical guidelines to follow as well as how to prepare yourself for anything from being lost in the woods to a full-scale nuclear disaster. Included in this guide is Homeland Security's comprehensive survival guide along with links to guides that elaborate upon almost every significant natural or manmade threat. Learn how to deal with various natural disasters, biological and chemical agents, radiological hazards, and nuclear terrorism. The Disaster Survival Bible covers it all and Podrug delivers it in a crisp, clear, and concise package, so you'll be ready for whatever the world has in store.


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SURVIVING IS A LONELY BUSINESS


An expression I heard as a kid, which I suspect came out of the Old West, is that we all have to kill our own snakes. I take it to mean...

About the author

Edited by Junius Podrug

JUNIUS PODRUG has experienced two major earthquakes, a flash flood, a blizzard of historical significance, a shipboard emergency, and a crazy with a gun. He considers his paranoia to be heightened awareness and habitually checks where the life vests are stored when boarding a ship and where the fire escapes are located before unpacking in a hotel room. He is an accomplished writer of both fiction and nonfiction. He lives on Cape Cod.

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