Here are a few links to articles and videos I found interesting this week and want to share. Some are intellectual. Some are informative. Some are just fun. If you have some free time, check them out this weekend.
Valuable details about gelatin testing (both penetration and expansion) in 100 different handgun cartridges.
All you amateur locksmiths (or those of you with exceptionally devious minds) will like this product!
Loren Christensen summarizes some of the key factors that affect the behavior of rioting people. Loren’s book on the topic is a must read if you are interested in the psychology behind riots and flash mobs.
How many of these items have you stockpiled?
“The people who gave you your first job, showed you their secrets, picked up the check when you couldn’t afford to? They don’t want that stuff back. They want you to see you learn from their example. I’m not saying it’s good karma, but think about it like this: the stuff they gave you, that wasn’t a gift. It was given to you in trust. You don’t exclusively own that knowledge, you aren’t entitled to profit from the advice, you didn’t get some free ride. No, you just got access to it for a while, access that was contingent on you referring other deserving people to it down the line. Got it?”
Ryan’s book (pictured above) is an excellent read. Anyone who wants to learn how the media manipulates the public should definitely check it out.
Matt Bracken outlines a possible (maybe even likely) scenario for societal collapse. This one is well worth your reading and study. Matt is also an excellent fiction writer. Most of you will enjoy his books.