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Instructions to make a simple heater from items found around the house.
On the streets its common to see a host of walkers, runners and bikers– Santiago is a very ‘outdoors’ city, much like Austin or Vancouver, and with such beautiful mountain vistas and great weather, it’s easy to understand why.
While Chile does have a lot of advantages, though, it is certainly not alone– There are opportunities everywhere for people who are willing to see, and as I was looking back over this year’s letters, I came across this one from Panama in which I desc
Simon travels the world in search of Freedom.
Watch how electricity is made from thin air out of parts purchased for two dollars, and how that simple device charges a cell phone.
Cuba is a complete disaster, but it’s hard to imagine the place getting much worse. There does seem to be a lot of potential, and the country could turn into a boom town overnight given the right conditions.
When the things started to go bad, we were under impression that we would be okay; since we are on the farm and that we can just live there until everything was over. Boy, where we wrong. When the fighting broke out, the villages, small towns and far
You know from experience that being a freedomista often brings you grief. You get the sorrow of watching your country go to hell. The agony of knowing your children will have it worse than you do. You have to put up with the sneers or uncomprehending
Ernest Hancock - Off Grid Living
Cruise Ships are cheaper!
In the video below, Rosling charts a moving 200-year history of the wealth and life expectancy of 200 countries. In just 4-minutes, he shows that the gap between developing countries and developed countries is actually rather small...
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#6 Find A Reliable Source Of Water: Water is going to become a very, very valuable resource in the years to come. It will be absolutely key for you and your family to have a dependable source of clean drinking water.
The foundation of the Second Triumvirate is of tremendous historical importance: as the group wielded dictatorial powers, it represents the final nail in the coffin in Rome’s transition from republic to malignant autocracy.
Once the agreement is ratified, the US government will effectively have unlimited authority to request financial details of US taxpayers it suspects of having accounts in Panama. I’ve read the treaty, and there are a few points that I’d like to under
Monsanto and the sponsors of S 510 are very serious about the patents on seeds that humans utilize to feed themselves. Farmers in Iraq and India have already experienced the full force of Monsanto...
Investment in hard assets such as agricultural land may provide stability in a world where the value of dollars and other currencies are in doubt. “Cash in the bank” used to be the ultimate expression of safely stored wealth—but not anymore. Internat
Broadband Internet delivered via satellite stands to get a big boost in 2012 when HughesNet, one of two major providers in the United States, launches a next-generation spacecraft.
Mathias Venditto has discovered how to power his Florida home by recycling waste vegetable oil, and turning it into bio-diesel. Waste vegetable oil is considered biodegradable. While on the campaign trail for the 2010 Florida State Elections, Mathia
Imagine living anywhere in the world and growing fresh organic vegetables and fish right outside your kitchen in a Portable Farm™ that’s sized to feed your family.
I get a fair amount of mail asking what Mexico is really like, some of it worried about the drug wars. The wars exist, though so far with little effect on the expats here.
South of the bustling metropolis of the capitol city of Mendoza (close enough to enjoy the big city for the day, but you will find yourself soon wanting to return to the tranquility and charm of San Rafael). San Rafael has been dubbed the “new Napa
People panic, and within hours, you cannot find food, bottled water, ice, generators, batteries, candles, etc. In a matter of hours, every gas station in the area will be completely out of gas. Not days. Hours!
More Americans than ever are becoming concerned about food and water independence. After all, if the U.S. economy does totally collapse someday, how will we all feed our families? 100 years ago, most Americans grew at least some...
Stories of maniac sailors, anarchist castaways, and the voyage of the S/V Pestilence.
iPro E71 , China’s answer to the Nokia E71 smart phone. Aside from having dual SIM card capacity, a built in TV-tuner (able to pick up FOXNews here in Colombo), a longer battery life, and weighing a bit less, the Chinese version costs less than $50.
Conceptual shelters that will protect us all from the perils of our rapidly changing environment: rising waters, extreme heat, rampant pollution and overpopulation
Is nonconformity and freethinking a mental illness? According to the newest addition of the DSM-IV (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders), it certainly is. The manual identifies a new mental illness called “oppositional defiant dis
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