How To Filter Fallout Out of the Air
The question we are most asked. The most important filtering is done by
the shape of the intake. Usually nothing or very little more is needed.
How To Move Air in the Shelter
It is important to continuosly refresh and move around the air inside
the shelter to prevent build up of carbon dioxide. Filtering can be done
by as little as a wet bed sheet.
Water Supply in the Shelter
Water supply is second only to air supply. Many of the same issues surrounding filtering water are similar to filtering air.
Food Handling in the Shelter
Food handling, cooking and storage is basic to shelter operation. Once
again there is the concern about radiation decontamination in a fallout
There are three specifically recommended books that one needs to read
to grasp the nature of what they need to prepare for - and how to go
about making preparation.
GUEST VIDEO! On making a Faraday Cage.
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The 23 Myths About Radiation
A brief explanation of each of the 23 Myths About Radiation as listed in the free book by that name in the above link.
The Stonehenge Windows Replica at Ark Two
Among the many interesting things to see at Ark Two are our Stonehenge Windows replica that would help us to measure
any physical earth pole shift.
Designing Shelter Entrances
It appears that the most difficult thing for people to comprehend in
shelter design is that of the ENTRANCE and air intakes/exhausts. I hope
the pictures in this video will help.
Most people do not have an understanding as to how radiation works. What
is dangerous and what isn't. In this video we cover the basic concepts.
The Half Life of Radiation
Many people do not grasp the concept of 'half life' of radioactive
isotopes. Some isotopes last for millions of years. This is not actually
The Permissible Limits of Radiation
We all get radiation every day. From the sun, and from the cosmos. It
wears off just like a sun tan so we can get more. The question is - "How
much is it safe to get at once?"
Effects of Levels of Radiation
Warning: This video has VERY graphic images
Talking to the Walking Dead
The effects of radiation are cummulative so relatively low levels will kill people who don't take shelter.
Because you can't see, hear, touch, feel radiation (except at very high levels), the question is how to detect it.
One very useful radiation detector is a rechargeable dosimeter. Here I show how to recharge one.
Using a Dosimeter
It is important to use a rechargeable dosimeter correctly and astonishingly - they can also be used as a ratemeter!
Some Free Radiation Detectors
Some radiation detectors can be had for free and others for practically
free. Here I introduce you to how to build your own from things around
your home. (10 minutes)
There are three specific problems that most often occur in building a
KFM. In this video I discuss those problems and how to avoid them. (10
Detailed Explanation on making proper threads for the KFM (10 minutes)
IMPORTANT! When building a KFM you SHOULD look at this additional TUTORIAL LINK!
An expedient shelter is one that you can build at the time of an
emergency if you haven't built one ahead of time. Knowing how could save
your family's life.
Use of Potassium Iodide or Iodate
Potassium Iodide or Potassium Iodate are not a magic pill that will
replace having a shelter but they are also very important to have when
there is radioactive fallout. (10 minutes)