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Any data preppers? by Priscilla Claggleson - Thu, 15 Feb 2018 18:43:45 EST ID:iIEWr0aj No.14698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm going to start collecting videos and books of how-tos on a ton of survival info. From basic first aid to complex surgeries, car repairs, navigation, weather. Almost anything I can think of. I think 1tb should be more than enough.

I figure all you need is a power source and you can charge whatever, a car on the side of the road will charge your phone/laptop/tablet. Plus you can transfer it around on USBs. The only downfall I can see is something breaking, but at that point, you'd have already copied it multiple times.
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Isabella Gedgesod - Sat, 17 Feb 2018 06:58:39 EST ID:sz47G9zx No.14699 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Micro SD cards are tiny; you can hide one in your dick hole if you have to. Phones which take SD cards will be plentiful in an apocalyptic scenario since there are probably more of them than people already, and are light, handheld, and have relatively low power consumption in airplane mode. A $200 folding solar panel made for camping is similarly light and portable and will keep your shit readable forever.

Consumer SD cards aren't in the terabyte range yet, but give it a couple years. Meanwhile a usb OTG cable will make a phone compatible with whatever other storage options you're using.
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Lydia Himmlehood - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 07:29:41 EST ID:ApPlX1Yz No.14700 Ignore Report Quick Reply
lol i dont think you will successfully perform a complex surgery in a post apocalyptic scenario with nothing but a random pdf you found on a torrent site
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Ian Tootworth - Sun, 18 Feb 2018 14:06:05 EST ID:iIEWr0aj No.14701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14700

I won't no, but someone who has knowledge will find it very useful. Removing someone's appendix, removing a bullet, etc etc, Plus, they aren't random. Actual books and videos on the subject.

>>14699
Yeah, the idea is to build the library on my external since that's small enough to move around and transfer them when I can.
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Cedric Nudgebat - Sun, 04 Mar 2018 15:16:54 EST ID:NkoYwiKa No.14707 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14698
>>14701
regular harddrives would be too impractical to lug around. Go for solid state storage like SSDs or good-quality thumb drives.

Modern hard drives are relativly rugged, but even a sligt free-fall drop of 10-20 cm can destroy the drive mechanics and any hope of accessing your data in the wasteland.
Buying some branded external drive usually also means you'll have a hard time in the wasteland opening the damn thing because the shit controller board broke (some also come with shitty software needed for access etc)...
Regular harddrives also suffer from mechanic degradation after 10-20 years... much less if you're lugging them in your backpack in the wasteland.

On the other hand, SSDs and thumb drives are very shock resistant and more resistant to strong magnetic fields.

You can get kits for converting any 2.5'' or 3.5'' drive to an external drive. Use SSDs or thumb drives and store them in a seaked metal box until the EMPs have stopped. While SSDs are more expensive, it'll pay off in the end.

In the wasteland, you'll be burdened by less weight (2 512 GB or 1 tb SSDs are a lot lighter than a regular 3.5'' drive), more practicality (if the external case burns out, take out the SSD and stick it in a pc or another case), more security (eg. thumb drives can be sewn away in the jacket)
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Ebenezer Poggleham - Thu, 21 Jun 2018 16:39:17 EST ID:+eh1/GP0 No.14733 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I appreciate your optimism with that leap of faith that there would be power source available for you, and a massive EMP didnt wipe out all your saved data within the first minutes of The Happenings.
My massive stacks of porn magazines of every fetish and preference imaginable, will be more valuable than all the scientific discoveries and technological advancements of the history of human species. I will be the center of the next Silk Road.
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Cyril Nicklespear - Fri, 22 Jun 2018 19:13:36 EST ID:MCXGzkn9 No.14734 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I just have a few books on survival and bushcraft. I plan to get some more region specific survival guides before long.
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Graham Blicklefield - Sat, 23 Jun 2018 03:21:18 EST ID:gwgJxdSL No.14735 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14698
Nope.

I've seen The Road, and I'd rather be dead.
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Caroline Clayman - Thu, 02 Aug 2018 22:48:10 EST ID:ARKq3YLU No.14753 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's best to have water proof devices and it's important for them to be able to age well cause if it breaks a year or 5 later you could be screwed till you find another.

It's also a good idea to get an Android device, otg cable and a flash drive so you can connect it to your phone any time on the fly in case you need to store video easily on your own.
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Caroline Clayman - Thu, 02 Aug 2018 22:49:23 EST ID:ARKq3YLU No.14754 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14733
Faraday cage prevents EMP damage to electronics.
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Martin Drerringway - Sun, 05 Aug 2018 02:30:43 EST ID:ARKq3YLU No.14755 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Did it just name me Caroline? Wtf
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Matilda Sunkinnin - Sun, 05 Aug 2018 19:17:43 EST ID:m7Pd5mGv No.14757 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hey mate! Id like to help! Contact me on kik. @isolate.sh
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Wastelander - Thu, 23 Aug 2018 00:44:29 EST ID:zsnNB42l No.14760 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>14698
I've been writing it all down by hand. Mostly all wilderness survival and outdoor medicine. How to identify safe or poisonous plants and animals. I mix in what I can from the Military, Boy scouts, Native tribal survival methods, and of course hunter's safety. I've gone ahead and tossed in some training manuals and survival skill books as well as some knowledge for self help and mental well being including some religious and spiritual practices.

Of course everything I have gathered will probably only be useful for the residents of this area I live in, so when I'm just a corpse ripe for the looting someone might get lucky and be able to use what I have passed on.
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nobody important - Tue, 23 Oct 2018 00:06:15 EST ID:wG9Ki+Nk No.14775 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I did this a few years ago with a free agent goflex portable hard drive, its just a bit bigger than an I phone. It just started out as survival guides and medical guides, but
later i expanded it to include dozens of fiction novels, comics, movies, porn, roms ,
and portable apps with game emulators and internet browser.


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