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89+ Emergency Cold Weather Survival Tricks And More! Joseph A. Laydon Jr.

89+ Emergency Cold Weather Survival Tricks And More!

Joseph A. Laydon Jr.

Published November 16th 2012
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Kindle Edition
172 pages
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89+ Emergency Cold Weather Survival Tricks And More!My name is Joseph A. Laydon Jr. Whether you get this Kindle E-Book or not, I’m here to help you out so at the end of this DESCRIPTION, I’ll give you a real cold weather survival trick you can useMore89+ Emergency Cold Weather Survival Tricks And More!My name is Joseph A. Laydon Jr. Whether you get this Kindle E-Book or not, I’m here to help you out so at the end of this DESCRIPTION, I’ll give you a real cold weather survival trick you can use that could actually save your life Anytime Anywhere.“89+ Emergency Cold Weather Survival Tricks And More” is designed to educate and familiarize you with international techniques to survive killer cold weather. OK, let me give you a short & partial list of international cold weather survival tricks. OK, let’s start.Apache Hypothermia First-Aid: The Apache had a unique first-aid to remedy for killer hypothermia. One snowy winter day, Herman (abducted at 11-years old in 1870 and Indianized for 09-years till rescued by Texas Rangers) was off collecting the horses. As he was doing his duties the snow fell hard, so hard it covered his tracks and he lost his way. Herman wandered lost and kept wandering into the night. The last thing he remembered was the painful sting of the cold. Next he felt warm- he saw deer, buffalo, and antelope were all around him - Herman was near death - he was hallucinating. The next thing Herman knew, he was rescued and retrieved. At camp, the Apache did the following first-aid to fight and remedy killer hypothermia:Blizzard Protector: One of Mother Natures unforgiving killers is a blasting freezing white blizzard. Indians survived these killer blizzards by using the snow itself for a shelter. Enveloped by the blizzard, Indians would separate into small groups,… and I’ll tell you the rest of the life-saving details when you get this Kindle E-Book.Buffalo Blizzard Fighter: During killer winter blizzards, cows would be found dead because they wandered downwind with the blizzard eventually becoming trapped in a deadly suffocating snowdrifts. But those savvy buffalo countered winter blizzards two ways.They used their… and you can copycat these smart critters to stay alive.Buried Alive - Group 4 Falck Survival Trick: Here’s a survival trick taught by Danish Group 4 Falck (Danish for Falcon). Group 4 Falck is a private international security company. It provides international security to include the United States. It provides all types of security to all types of sites from simple access points to nuclear sites. And it also provides training to all its Security Officers and organizations not affiliated with Group 4 Falck. And cold-weather survival is part of that training. Danish Group 4 Falck first-aid training instructor Jens-Erik Keller teaches cold weather survival to paramedics, nurses,... right in the heart of cold weather environments like Greenland. And I’ll tell you all about “Buried Alive” cold weather survival trick so you’re ready Anytime Anywhere.Cold Water Cures: You might think nothing but killer thoughts when you think of Brrrrrr cold water. But I’ll tell you how that same cold water has some fascinating healing qualities. I’ll tell you everything when you get this Kindle E-Book right now.Emergency Fire-Starting: I gotta tell you, the human body is fragile and we are all fragile creatures of comfort. And when you’re TRAPPED in a cold weather environment – killer hypothermia is almost a 100% sure guaranteed death. But one life-saver you need now – right now is a hot warming fire. FORGET those prehistoric fire-starting methods and matches and lighters are NOT A GUARANTEE to a life-saving warming fire. So when you get this Kindle E-Book, I’all give you a website to go to to learn how to start emergency fires using items you already take out in the woods with you.