Fab Five Series Ep 2: Keeping the Fahrenheits up or down enough to sustain a quality of life.

Q1 - Robert, Michigan. “I think there are many who acclimatize differently. Does that matter when being prepared.”

Q2 - Tracy, Iowa “This seems a little soft for a survival scenario, could some operate just fine without all this prep?”

Q3 - Tyler, New Jersey “Three hours might be a little extreme, don’t you think?”

Q4 - Lewis, Oregon “Is there a difference between survival and comfort with temperature?”

Q5 - Mary, New Hampshire “Are temperatures different by region?”

Great questions to all those who sent them in. If I didn’t get to your question, sorry about that, but don’t worry, I’m sure we’ll touch on this topic again as its really relevant to a requirement for survival.

Alrighty then, we’re back for another exciting adventure here on the Chaotic Navigator podcast. I am the Alaska Outlaw and today I would like to discuss about the second in a series of our “fab five” by discussing the control of temperature we expose our bodies to during a disaster. As we may recall, the “fab five” is based on the unwritten “rule of three” that most in the survival/preparedness arena have established as the needs for successful survival. Today, I want to continue this series by talking about having some boundaries to the temperature we expose ourselves to, and more specifically combining exposures to amplify the effect. 

Before we get after it today, I’d like to make sure that, for those of you who need peace and harmony, or help in making sense of life, be sure to check out the Alaskan Ulfhednar podcast at https://akulfhednar.com. After 30 years of spiritual searching and discovery, he has arrived home. Check out his theories of finding peace and harmony, with a true understanding of co-existence and universal love. Some great stuff for you there. 

Each week we look at a different facet of what being prepared looks like in the real world of everyday. It is absolutely awesome to be back with you guys here for another adventure of discovery and obtaining the super power of common sense. Today I want to put a new lens on the old eyeballs and look at the topics with a different perspective.

Segment 1.- Let’s talk about risk, and the temperature that we expose ourselves to.

Segment 2. - Special considerations when we’re discussing temperature injuries.

Segment 3 - Thinking about how to ensure we are covered for our preps for regardless of what happens. Dual events?.

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