In the words of BackHome magazine, “When All Hell Breaks Loose – Stuff You Cody Lundin is the author of this and one other title ( Degrees: The Art of. Survival expert Cody Lundin’s new book, When All Hell Breaks Loose: Stuff You Need To Survive When Disaster Strikes is what every family. The Paperback of the When All Hell Breaks Loose: Stuff You Need To Survive When Disaster Strikes by Cody Lundin, Russ Miller | at Barnes.
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Stuff You Need To Survive When Disaster Strikes is what every family needs to prepare and educate themselves about survival psychology and the skills necessary to negotiate a disaster whether you are at home, in the office, or in your car. This is not your father’s scout manual or a sterile FEMA handout. It entertains as it informs, describing how to maximize a survival mind-set necessary for self-reliance.
According to the book, living through an emergency scenario is 90 percent psychology, and 10 percent methodology and gear. Relevant quotes and tips are placed throughout the shen to help readers remember important survival strategies while under stress and anxiety. Lundin also addresses basic first aid and hygiene skills and makes recommendations for survival kit items for the home, office, and car.
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Watch naturalist Cody Lundin in “Dual Survival” on The Discovery Channel as he uses many of the same skills and loowe taught in his books. When All Hell Breaks Loose provides solutions on how to survive a catastrophe. Lundin addresses topics such as:. Department Of Homeland Security. Ever stay awake at night running through “what if” scenarios? Hurricanes, whem, floods, famine, tornadoes, and yell.
Well, hold onto your gas masks, folks, survival guru and acclaimed author Cody Lundin is back with a no-holds-barred guide for surviving the next urban and suburban disaster! This isn’t your father’s boy scout manual or a FEMA handout. Stuff You Need to Survive When Disaster Strikes, Lundin, founder and director of the internationally recognized Aboriginal Living Skills School, takes you on a wild ride into “self-reliant land” with an honest, blunt account of what every family needs in the home, office, or car to prepare for possible emergencies.
From the basics such as shelter, water, food, survival kits, and first-aid, to survival exotics such as building a makeshift toilet, catching rodents for food, and safely disposing of a corpse, When All Hell Breaks Loose is the first book to concisely and humorously outline a simple survival system using everyday household items to survive catastrophes from Los Angeles to Paris and everywhere in between.
Lundin also delves lkose the little understood realm of “cause and effect” and the creation of a self-reliant mind-set, unleashing essential psychological secrets vital for survival to keep you from falling into full-blown fear and panic. Lundin’s presentation style is fresh, entertaining, and lunfin bit irreverent.
Spirited characters such as Vinny the Uptown Cockroach, Holy Cow, Robbie Rubbish, and others climb aboard to graphically show you how to prepare for the unexpected and help you remember important survival strategies while under great stress and anxiety. When All Hell Breaks Loose delivers home-tested techniques, tips, and tricks that will help anyone become more self-reliant in any situation. So ditch the fearmongering and paranoia, lower the shotgun, and immerse yourself in the most common-sense, in-your-face book on preparedness yet!
Buy a copy for yourself and several for your friends and family too! When not teaching for his own school, Cody is an adjunct faculty member at Yavapai Cdoy and a faculty member at the Ecosa Institute.
His expertise in practical self-reliant skills comes from a lifetime of personal experience, including designing his own off-the-grid, passive solar earth home in which he catches rain, composts wastes, and pays nothing for heating or cooling.
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I have one little nitpick. Iodine is wben good at killing bacteria, cysts, Protozoa, and viruses in water. Then what’s the problem? Iodine is not safe for people with no thyroid or poorly functioning thyroids. I wish he had recommended using unscented Clorine bleach.
Bleach is an effective route. Everyone is accustomed to Clorine in tap water, and is not dangerous to people with malfunctioning thyroid glands.
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Where this book shines is helping people develop a survival mind set and developing one’s will to live. The second thing Cody helps develop a strategy to help people start thinking outside the box Such as using non lubricated and spermicide free condoms in a survival kit as backup storage device for treated water. Lightening your pack by choosing multi purpose items. I will demonstrate one of my multi purpose items. I make an ointment to heal skin injuries. It is madr with petroleum jelly and a concentrate of three herbs; I can also use a little ointment on a cotton ball for a fire starter.
An emergency blanket can be used to keep you warm, used as a signal mirror to alert rescue, and line a container and use it as a solar oven. Simply reading a survival guide is not enough.
When All Hell Breaks Loose: Stuff You Need to Survive When Disaster Strikes by Cody Lundin
You need dirt time with the techniques you are learning to own the skills so you will KNOW what to do when you find yourself in a survival situation. I took a survival course in and even though I have been a survivalist for 41 years; I still read this book, and the survival guides by Randy Gerke, and J Wayne Fears every single year just to keep survival concepts fresh in my mind.
Let me spell out the rule of 3 on survival.
You can live for three seconds if you panic. You can live for three minutes without air. You can live for three hours without shelter You can live for three days without water You can live for three weeks without food. If you alp yourself in a survival situation go over the rule of 3 to see what you have instead of only looking at what you don’t have and panicking. It might be something like this. I’m scared but not panicked and about to run off a cliff. There is plenty air.
I need to rig up a shelter to keep the sun off or make a lean to to keep the wind or rain off. Or get a fire started I need to find some water but I’m ok for now.
What do I see in my environment that I can use for traps. Do I have anything I can use for fishing line or snare wire. Good I have a roll of dental floss I can jell to keep my teeth healthy, use as sewing thread.
Use as cordage in rigging up a shelter, use for fishing line, and use as snare wire if I can get the game animal off the ground. I was not saying don’t use paracord, or bank line. Just demonstrating how something as simple as olose small roll of dental floss in your survival kit can be used hreaks five different things.
The lighter you can go with your pack the lundij you can go in more comfort. George W Nesmuck Sears would go out for weeks at a time and his pack and canoe together only weighed 28 pounds. My base weight oh my pack before adding food and fuel weighs only 12 pounds.
One for boiling and another for simmering or baking. As I said earlier the more multi purpose items in your pack the lighter your pack can be. This book is a major expansion to his He hhell no stone unturned in what one would have to deal with should the bottom drop out and you find yourself wondering how am I going to make it. It’s a long read about pagesvery technical at times, but his way with words will keep you going.
Many comic type illustrations are given to make a point and help you to remember. Unlike his other looxe this one does have an index, which should save time in an emergency. One point he continually brings home is to check and rotate stored supplies. I would say cldy doing that it would be a good idea to read the book again – unless you are in a survival situation now living it all out.
Look around your home now and make a note of what you have and do now to live comfortably.