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Discussion in 'Survival/Preparedness Forum' started by cyrsequipment, May 22, 2012.

  1. cyrsequipment

    cyrsequipment Angry

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    :steamed:The title is SUPPOSED to be "survival" not aurvival...


    This was mentioned by a poster on another preparedness site, it has a LOT of info...

    http://ps-survival.com
     
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  3. cyrsequipment

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    I am not sure premise matters if the information is accurate and useful.
     
  5. cyrsequipment

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    exactly.
     
  6. RichJ

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    Is there a way to grab this information without having to download each of the 3982 files separately?
     
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    I love data dumps, but it's hard to separate the credibility of the source from the information itself. You may be right, it may be good info. Digging around the solar archive I found a couple of cookbooks, and a surprising amount of info from the 1970s. But recent stuff, too. Looks like a mixed bag.

    Thanks for the source.
     
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