Articles from broussey

  1. Are we Ignoring a Natural Alarm System that can Predict Disasters

    A lot of money is being spent in developing technologies for predicting disasters and early warning systems, but progress has been limited, especially when it comes to predicting earthquakes, tsunamis, and storms. On the other hand, animals seem to be more attuned to their immediate surroundings and are able to sense certain changes in weather and other stimuli. The Answer is All Around Us We have heard stories about dogs barking without any apparent reason, before the area was hit by a...
  2. Being Prepared for Surviving a Plane Crash

    Many people think that it is very hard to survive a plane crash, especially when you see news coverage of planes turning into fireballs and falling from over 25,000 feet. However, expert studies and analysis of past airplane accidents suggest there is over 95% chance of survival in a plane crash. There are of course instances where everyone on board the plane has died, but such instances are considered rare. According to NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board), about 76% passengers...
  3. Surviving with the Least Amount of Water

    A human body is made up of about 80% water, and the body constantly needs water, since it releases liquids for maintaining important bodily functions such as respiration, the removal of toxins, and so on. Hence, your chances of survival without water are quite slim, and according to experts, a healthy person might last only about three to five days without water. Here are certain tips that will improve your survival chances in a situation where you have access to very little water. Prevent...
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