By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large
I’ve written before about the Alive After the Fall package, and I’m doing so again here because it is something about which to rave, in my opinion. For those who are interested in how to persist through acutely distressed conditions, there’s no such thing as too much information, but I have to say that I continue to be impressed by the amount of information contained in just this one package. The basis of Alive After the Fall is the notably high risk of an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack that can plunge an affected area into darkness, and the practical steps you can take to make it through the event should it strike your location. This said, one feature I especially like about the Alive After the Fall package is the wealth of information it offers on survival topics beyond the more singular issue of EMP attacks. One of the bonus special reports that’s included as a part of the package is the Nuclear Attack Survival Guide, and it contains a lot of solid information on a topic few consider nowadays…but should.
Many people tend to think the nuclear threat is a relic of the Cold War, and that they have nothing about which to be seriously concerned any longer in that regard. Wrong. As a matter of fact, it is reasonable to make the assumption that the threat of nuclear attack is perhaps greater than it has ever been. Why? Because of the rise of rogue states and non-state actors on the global conflict scene since the end of overt hostilities that characterized superpower relationships decades ago - Iran, North Korea, as well as al Qaeda and a host of affiliates and offshoots…those and many more nations and groups represent even more dangerous nuclear threats to the rest of us precisely because of the instability of the people who make up their leadership.
Nuclear Attack Survival Guide opens the way you would expect, with an overview of the likely effects of a violent nuclear event. It transitions from there into a good discussion about general perceptions people tend to have about the aftereffects of a nuclear explosion, and to what degree those are accurate…and inaccurate. The report then moves into discussions of practical steps you can take to help protect yourself and further your chances of survival during, and in the wake of, a nuclear event. Topics like how to protect yourself from flash burns, flash blindness and “popcorn” effects are covered, as is the subject of how to prepare for an evacuation. Water filtration and purification techniques unique to addressing fallout concerns are also detailed, as is the topic of how to turn your how house into an effective fallout shelter. Good stuff!
I’ve said before the Alive After the Fall package is comprehensive, and I meant it. The fact that it includes a separate report on how to persist in the face of a nuclear attack is a good example of that. Again, this is a subject that has come to be thought of as passé now that the days of superpower-based mutually assured destruction threats seem to be gone, when the truth is that the chances of a rogue operative coming to deploy a smaller, but still devastating, tactical nuclear device could be said to be greater than ever.
All together, including the Nuclear Attack Survival Guide, the material received in the complete Alive After the Fall package comes in at just under 600 pages. What’s more, your purchase is accompanied by a 60-day, money-back guarantee, so if you find it necessary, for some reason, to ask for a refund, you can have one for up to two months after you buy the product. Anyway, I wanted to take this opportunity to discuss another component of this great package with you. If you are like me, and always in the market for more information on managing distressed, even deadly, conditions, you should get a lot of mileage from Alive After the Fall. Click here to learn more.