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Modern Survival is a publication that encourages its readers to be prepared citizens who can self-sustain, particularly in the aftermath of a large-scale or grid-down disaster. Their philosophy is to help individuals learn how to be ruggedly self-reliant, rather than reliant on the government, emergency services, or their extended families, neighbors, and friends in the wake of an emergency situation. 

After a major disaster, emergency services and police protection are typically stretched extremely thin. Being prepared to survive after a disaster allows first responders to respond to those who need their help most. Survivalists seek to free up emergency services, resources, and assistance, effectively moving themselves to the back of the priority line because they have the skills to survive, and sometimes thrive, while others may not. 

Life is full of unknowns, and it doesn’t take events like a major natural disaster or man-made terror attack for survival skills to be useful. In addition to the worst-case scenarios most people imagine, there are many everyday survival situations that individuals and families run into, as well. From ice storms to getting lost in the woods, Modern Survival shares tips to help readers brush up on their survival skills. 

Modern Survival’s mission is to help people and families prepare to face the unknown, and come out on the other side. From wilderness survival tips to building a prepper pantry, this publication is dedicated to educating readers in the skills of our predecessors. They believe that modern society has effectively eliminated survival education, and they’re committed to bringing awareness to as many readers as possible. 

As one of the most useful survival resources on the web, Modern Survival provides weekly news, tips, resources, tactics, and even skill development courses. They aim to keep their readers informed, protected, healthy, and happy, no matter what life brings their way.

Bicyclist Hit Three Times By Same Driver Dies


( – In the concrete jungle, the need to be ever aware of one’s surroundings is critical. One wrong step, or in this case riding a bike near the wrong vehicle, can be fatal.

On September 20, 62-year-old Warren Yoshio Watanabe was riding his bicycle in Roy, Utah when the unthinkable happened. A car hit him. While that may not seem “unthinkable,” the clueless driver of the vehicle then proceeded to run Watanabe over again — two more times.

The 72-year-old woman driving the vehicle that struck Watanabe was unaware she’d hit him until she had driven over the man a total of three times. After the initial impact, she backed the car over him, then drove over him again and repeated the process. When the driver finally noticed she had hit the bicyclist, she called 9-1-1.

Emergency responders were at the scene within three minutes and rushed Watanabe to the emergency room. He was in critical condition when he arrived at the hospital, sustaining 14 broken ribs along with severe damage to his liver and kidneys. The cyclist passed away five days later due to his injuries.

Authorities claim there is no indication the event was anything other than an accident. According to a report from the New York Times, authorities are now debating whether charges should be filed against the driver.

Sadly, this unfortunate series of events is a reminder that one doesn’t have to be in a large-scale disaster or lost in the woods to face a life or death situation. Danger comes in many forms, regardless of where a person may be.

To see how anyone can improve their chances of seeing danger coming in any environment before it’s too late, check out our article here.

~Here’s to Your Survival!

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