I want to than the many hands and head that went into making this very informative article for BFTCBear Flag Trading Co. www.bearflagtrading.com. Over 11 HAMAmateur Radio Operator, or Amateur Radio radio guys and gals had part in making this piece. I hope you can get as much as I did by reading this. Enjoy
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All it takes is one X20+ Solar Flare to ruin your life. The progression of Solar cycle 24 has shown a dramatic increase in flare activity above the predicted levels through November (the latest data available), and if it continues, could shatter the ‘low’ peak levels that have been predicted for 2012 / 2013. Time will tell.
So as I stated in a Channel Updated I attended HAMCONHAMAmateur Radio Operator, or Amateur Radio Radio Convention 2011, after my last Technician HAMAmateur Radio Operator, or Amateur Radio Class this last weekend. I learned of HAMCONHAMAmateur Radio Operator, or Amateur Radio Radio Convention during the class and as I walked into the convention hall,
I first want to advise, the words that follow are the opinion of “Admin” and not of Bear Flag Trading Co. or it’s advertisers. Any bag, kit or collection of items for survival or medical purposes is personal. What works for one may not for others. Please keep an open mind and put thought into
On December 19, 1973, American late night talk show host Johnny Carson made a joke that had some far-reaching unintended consequences. In his opening monologue, he quipped: “You know what’s disappearing from the supermarket shelves? Toilet paper. There’s an acute shortage of toilet paper in the United States.” The next morning tens of millions of
“Good luck happens when preparedness meets opportunity” – Anonymous The key to emergency preparedness is an accurate understanding of the risks and challenges you face. Underestimating your risks leads to complacency and failure to prepare effectively. Overestimating your risks leads to the Armageddon Fallacy and failure to prepare effectively (if at all) because of the enormity of
Before an emergency occurs, be sure you know how to make a distress call on a frequency where hams are likely to be listening, such as a marine service net or a wide-coverage repeater frequency. Store at least one of these frequencies in your radio’s memories, if possible. Anyone, licensed or not, can use your radio equipment in an emergency to call for help on any frequency. You won’t have time to be looking at net directories in an emergency. Do the following things when you make a distress call.