The importance of redundancy: Three is Two, Two is One and One is NONE

Important facts to understand about redundancy; Three is Two, Two is One and one is NONE A normal day in paradise finds us with maybe one or even two key items in our home. When one item breaks, we simply go to the store or order in a replacement online and life is good. People who have a boat, cottage, …

What can we expect from local, state/provincial or federal law enforcement or emergency services during a medium to large crisis?

What can we expect from local, state/provincial or federal law enforcement or emergency services during a medium to large crisis? From a security and Government perspective, this is a very delicate subject and one which few in Government or private sector are truly wishing to discuss. We are not interested in promoting or denigrating any political party and most certainly …

Protests:

City Protests: Protests can be scheduled or completely random and both can have a serious impact to one’s safety. Scheduled and typically nonviolent protests; If one pays attention on who is organizing or may be participating in an event, it will provide you with much needed decision making information. Example: Scheduled protest is from a group or cause, not usually …

Flooding and problems with Dams in California

Posting on California flood situation March 6, 2017 A brief look at the recent California Dam or flood concerns, once more demonstrates how poorly maintained our nation’s infrastructure is and how due to poor planning, citizens may only have an hour to evacuate their homes. Within an hour of the warning to evacuate the flood zones, people not surprisingly became …

Our objective

Our objective: This site discusses the challenges people face today from man-made or natural disasters and some of the options people have available to them before and during the emergency. Our site is not for posting political viewpoints and should not be viewed as leaning right or left. To some it may appear right or left depending on the subject …