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Dealing with Broken Bones and Dislocated Joints after the SHTF

2-liter bottle of water in roof provides as much light as 60-watt light bulb. Good idea in a garden shed and/or chicken coop.

2 Liter Bottles of Light provide as much light as a 50 watt light globe. The slums of the Philippines are getting an extreme home makeover in the form of two liter bottles in their ceilings. The bott (Bottle Lights Ceiling)

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How to Turn Spoon Into a Weapon

Starting a fire without Matches! - Batteries and Steel Wool (Batteries and Steel Wool)

COOL TIPS: 9 ways to start a fire without matches - in case they get wet or whatnot or you are on Survivor

Rain Barrels, Chicken Coops, and Solar Panels

Rain Barrels, Chicken Coops, and Solar Panels

Rain Barrels, Chicken Coops, and Solar Panels. Got the rain barrel and solar. Need the chicken coop.

DIY Store solar energy.

DIY Solar Lamp: Make your own Eco-Friendly Sun Jar. This is simply a way of taking an existing solar lamp ( garden stake style) and gluing it (solar panel skyward) inside a sealable jar. Soak up sun outside in the day, use indoors at night!

this would be a wonderful way to light up a chicken house, shed or any other small outdoors building

Innovative lightbulb made from a coke bottle filled with water and bleach! Water and bleach in bottle of coke was fitted on the roof. It absorbs and reflects sunlight and is equal to a 55 watt lightbulb.


Rocket stove in use - everyone needs to know how to build/use one of these for "those" times when there's no other way to cook. (My Junior Girl Scout Handbook showed this stove made with a large coffee can.

Make candles or lamps from vegetable oil or olive oil. Less toxic than paraffin wax or petroleum based products! :)

How to Make a Homemade Vegetable Oil Lamp – It’s a Lot Easier Than You Might Think and a Fun Project!