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This is a discussion on What Was Your Prep Of The Day: within the General Prepper and Survival Talk forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; So as part of todays readings for my 4th year medieval european environmental history course, I am actually reading a paper called "What is a ...

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    So as part of todays readings for my 4th year medieval european environmental history course, I am actually reading a paper called "What is a Disaster" which sort of relates to prepping, so I thought I would post up. It actually delves into the history of definition of disasters, and links to citations that link to other materials on disaster. So it is serving as an interesting resource for disaster management research. My research topic for the term is construction and the environment - particularly that related to the Norman world AD900-1300. I am learning quite a bit that I see as useful such as masonry, carpentry, and a few other things.

    Some people Fritz (1961), Baker and Chapman (1962), Barton (1969), Quarantelli (1985) (1995)

    Here are some readings

    The paper http://faculty.washington.edu/stevehar/Oliver-Smith.pdf

    others

    http://faculty.washington.edu/stevehar/Newson.PDF

    http://www.ijmed.org/articles/82/download/

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    https://books.google.ca/books?id=zbqm1SRClU4C


    The 10 point disaster scale, is an interesting point to see what level you have prepped to

    Figure 3. Disaster Scale Categories:
    Assessing the Relationship Between Disruption & Adjustment

    DC-1: EVERYDAY EMERGENCY (EE)
    Minor in Scale, Scope, Duration
    Minor in Scope, Major in Scale &
    Duration
    Partial in Scope, Minor in Scale & Duration
    DC-2: SEVERE EMERGENCY (SE)
    Major in Scope, Minor in Scale & Duration
    Major in Scale & Duration, Minor in Scope
    DC-3: PARTIAL SMALL TOWN (PST)
    Major Scale & Duration, Partial Scope – Town
    DC-4: MASSIVESMALLTOWN(MST)
    Major Scale, Scope, Duration – Town
    DC-5: PARTIAL SMALL CITY (PSC)
    Major Scale, Duration, Partial Scope - Small City
    DC-6: MASSIVE SMALL CITY (MSC)
    Major Scale, Scope, Duration – Small City
    DC-7: PARTIAL LARGE CITY (PLC)
    Major Scale, Duration, Partial Scope - Large City
    DC-8: MASSIVE LARGE CITY (MLC)
    Major Scale, Scope, Duration – Large City
    DC-9: CATASTROPHE (C)
    Major Scale, Scope, Duration – Several Pop. Areas
    DC-10: ANNIHILATION (A)
    Major Scale, Scope, Duration – Society



    This is a really good series

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...hRPje77jb5Y0kn
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    barbed wire, t posts, no trespassing signs and gates for my recently acquired 300 acre tract of isolation.
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    Idk if this counts but I just built a woodshed (still needs roof) and bucked up enough cords of wood to last us several winters.
    And if I can post the picture I bet it will be upside down...What Was Your Prep Of The Day:-image.jpg
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    Its upside down... Sorry gravity works a little different this far north.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackcat View Post
    Idk if this counts but I just built a woodshed (still needs roof) and bucked up enough cords of wood to last us several winters.
    And if I can post the picture I bet it will be upside down...Click image for larger version. 

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    So is it the pic or did you build the shed upside down?
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    Quote Originally Posted by A Watchman View Post
    So is it the pic or did you build the shed upside down?
    Har har hehe :D No its my ipad. I dont have a computer so every image I post from my ipad comes out upside down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackcat View Post
    Har har hehe :D No its my ipad. I dont have a computer so every image I post from my ipad comes out upside down.
    Thank God! Good to know its your IPad. (I started drinking right after my Pilates/Yoga/Spin class and thought I had passed out!) Carry on...
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    Changed out all the food stores in the GHB's for new stuff, six days worth for each person.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackcat View Post
    Its upside down... Sorry gravity works a little different this far north.
    It's not upside down; it's just designed to be really easy to unload, wish my wood rack was easy to unload.

    Kudos for putting the effort to build the rack and all of the other posts you've been posting.
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    Snagged another 20 round box of Winchester 150 grain for .30-30 fodder day before yesterday. Looked at .22 LR but didnt see anything special so decided to skip that. Bought two propane heaters. One fancy one which stands up tall and another that just bolts on top of the tank. That should come in handy for end of the world secneaios. Actually birthday presents for the wifey.
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