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Editors Note: If you are faced with a situation where there is either no running water or no official tub/shower facilities its nice to know how to keep yourself clean. I ran across this ancient article (back from 1981) on … Continue reading
Is Water the Next Oil? (381) (NewsUSA) – Water is an essential natural resource — and it’s only becoming more valuable. Despite 70 percent of the planet’s surface being covered by water, a mere 3 percent can be considered suitable … Continue reading
The Next Time: Lessons Learned From Hurricane Sandy (443) (NewsUSA) – If Hurricane Sandy taught us anything, it’s this: Almost anyone can suddenly wind up living like a caveman for days or weeks on end. Geography didn’t matter. (Huge swaths … Continue reading