Présentation de l'éditeur
.It is October 13, 2013 and the United States Government is in a shut down mode. Are you prepared to survive this? The current shut down is just a beginning of the challenges of the 21 St Century. What will you do when these problems show up?
•A nationwide truckers strike is in progress for more than a week as happened in the 1980’s.
•The United States has another major crop failure.
•Foreign governments decide not to sell us any food.
•You are out of work for 6 months.
•Money is worthless because of hyper inflation.
If you don’t have a plan that answers these questions then you need this book. The Deadly 21st Century, How to Survive provides you with answers to these questions., It contains a list of the most needed actions to take to be prepared as a family for nearly any emergency or crisis. Some of the sections are:
•How to get food to store
•Relationships with your neighbors and why they are important
•Gardening for long term food production
•And many, many more.
These are a few of the topic address in Deadly 21st Century. Every family needs this book.
Here is a little of my history. I am a retired senior health physicist from the Hanford Nuclear Site. We spent a lot of time doing emergency planning and a lot of that knowledge applies to everyday life. I grew up in the Snowy Mountains of Central Montana without a telephone or electricity. My family was as close to self sufficient as any family could be. We grew nearly all of our own food and produced our own power. This provided the background that I have for preparing for nearly any challenge.
My education complements the knowledge that I gained from the school of hard knocks. I have an undergraduate degree in science and industrial arts and a graduate degree in biology and physical science.
You need this book to survive the 21 st century. Please read Family Survival Guide.
This book is truly about surviving. It is not supposed to have all of the information that you will need to survive and succeed in the 21 first century. Here is a little information about me. I am a 71 year old redneck from Montana at the time that I am writing this. I will always be a redneck but I might be older when you read this. Here are my qualifications in brief: Raised in Central Montana, Judith Gap to be exact. Graduated from Montana State College, Bozeman, in chemistry education, with a minor in industrial arts. Masters Degree in science from Fort Wright College of Holy Names, now Heritage College, with a major in biology and a minor in physical science.
•Taught high school science for 6 years.
•Ran an auto repair business and wrecking yard for about 15 years.
•Worked for the United States Navy as a radiation protection technician for two years.
•Spent 13 years on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation as a Senior Health Physicist.
•Written 12 Kindle books.
•Graduated from the COLLEGE OF HARD KNOCK with d’s for doing.
I have been through enough trials to know what it takes to get through life. I have failed more than anybody I know. I also have tried more things than anybody in my acquaintances. This qualifies me to write a book on how to succeed and survive the 21st century.
You might find some of my statements in this book objec-tionable. Okay, you don’t agree, take the good stuff and leave the rest. This is a beginning book, not a bible on how to survive.
I have a PhD from the School of Hard Knocks. We have been through the following disasters:
•Bankrupt due to health reasons.
•Burned out by fire twice
•House fire in Shelton, Washington
•Hanford Fire of 2000 from Hanford Nuclear Reservation $250,000 loss.
•Put out of business by Benton County on a change of zoning applications.
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