This can be useful for a variety of situations man made or natural.
Way to stay on the prowl.
Originally posted by locololo
reply to post by maddogron
when shtf there is no reason to google how to fasten a tie, no offense but we should be focusing on communiction through other methods, and we should get everything we need before it happens
A new cyberweapon could take down the entire internet – and there's not much that current defences can do to stop it. So say Max Schuchard at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis and his colleagues, the masterminds who have created the digital ordnance. But thankfully they have no intention of destroying the net just yet. Instead, they are suggesting improvements to its defences.
Originally posted by ripcontrol
I have to add a single thought...
do not forget jammers and locators... yall facing the big boys and they will play dirty... if the game warden can track when you use shock devices on fish I am pretty sure the feds will be able to hunt broadcast points...
listen all your cell phones are is evovled two way radios off of ham radio operators... you will want to include portable transmitters...
look into the ham radio operators,
and remember just because your paranoid does not mean you are wrong...
some great post here...
great idea op s and f
Originally posted by yrwehere1
reply to post by Royal76
maybe smoke signals and morris code would be the way to go?