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Knowledge is power. Knowledge is the key to success.
I was thinking about the debate between people who believe knowledge is more important than gear and those who think gear is most important when prepping for SHTF situations. Which side are you on? Knowledge or Gear? Why don’t we take this argument head-on by talking about some of the pros and cons of each side! Let’s start with some pros: *Knowledge gives us confidence* *It can also make us feel less helpless*
1. What item do you think would be the most important to have in your bag when going into the wilderness?
2. Which strategy would be better for survival if stranded alone on a remote island: Knowing how to do things or having some other supplies?
3. What would you bring with you if you were building a bug-out bag and had to pick just one food item, an emergency radio, and something that could help start a fire?
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4. If someone has lost the ability to do 3 of their 5 senses, which ones they should prioritize keeping their sense of touch, vision, smell, or hearing? Why is this more important than the other two senses?
5. Do you believe that people
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Why not be prepared? Gear is important, but knowledge can still be vital when it comes to survival. Learn about the pros and cons of each in this article!
In a world without tools, knowledge is the only thing that we have. Knowledge can be used in many different ways to complete tasks and it never breaks or gets lost so there are no worries of losing expensive gear. Although, sometimes you need specialized equipment depending on what task you’re trying to do but this doesn’t stop people who know how from making their own when necessary with whatever’s available at hand including other tools like rocks for heavier work such as chopping down trees.
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A wide range of capabilities allows us to work much easier saving time because all one needs is an idea about where they want something done then use knowledge (which requires nothing) instead of specific types of power-driven machines which often cost thousands if not millions due to its heavy
A lot of people wonder what the best way to prepare for survival situations is, and there are two very different schools of thought on this subject. Some say that you should only focus your prep work in one area – either with gear or skills – while others advocate balancing both. So who’s right? Well according to Tom Brown Jr., founder of Tracker School (and trained as a scout by Baden-Powell) “you don’t need gear at all…simply knowledge”, so it looks like he might be able to help us out here! But if we take him literally, then technically anyone could survive without any supplies whatsoever; because let’s face it: Survival boils down mostly just being resourceful when nature throws curve