The 5 to 30 Dollar Security DVR

  5 to 30 Dollar Security DVR If you use a raspberry pi Zero they are running 5 bucks + old web cam. Not a bad deal for a DVR. At this time all the software is free. Links below: ccrisan/motioneyeos http://github.com/ccrisan/motioneyeos Wiki http://github.com/ccrisan/motioneyeos/wiki Down load http://github.com/ccrisan/motioneyeos/wiki/Supported-Devices Installation http://github.com/ccrisan/motioneyeos/wiki/Installation Amazon for the hardware : http://amzn.to/1W0uBt7 Just get any Raspberry pi .. Pi zero is 5 bucks when in stock.  …

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Magnesium Duct Tape Fire Starter

This is another great idea Duct Tape has so many many many usages. This is another great one. I am going to start making these in advance . Im tired of wind blowing my  magnesium dust everywhere. With this I can just put it in the pile i’m lighting. I’m thinking now I bet i could drill a chap bar from Harbor freight ( Like the one i’m using )…

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Emp Protection.

This is a 4 part video series for what I think is a great Emp , Lighting etc suppressor. Its cheap but can on,yu take one really big hit. lesser hits are ok but a bit one will destroy itself and save your equipment. Thats why its in a metal; box. Part 1 of 4   Part 2 Part 3 Part 4   E.M.P. –Lighting — Solar storm — Solar…

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Refugee Bags: A Controversial Topic

  Refugee Bags: A Controversial Topic. “Why is the default thought that I should give my hard earned prepps away?” So what’s the problem (other than room, I guess) with stocking up when with packages that can be handed out in a crisis for what you paid? So long as you weren’t profiteering. for three to five dollars, you could have a pretty useful short term survival handout for one…

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How to make bread from wood ( sawdust? )

How to make bread from wood there was a time in our nation’s history when times were so difficult that people were advised on how they could use wood in place of flour to bake their bread. This actual procedure was first shared through The Emigrant’s Handbook (1848). (* See note 1 and 2 below) 1. Chop fresh (green) beech tree wood into shaving sized pieces. You may substitute other turpentine…

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