The folks at Ready Made Resources mentioned that they are now down to their last 90 bottles of Polar Pure. Because this product uses iodine crystals (which have been deemed a methamphetamine “precursor chemical” by the DEA), once the small remaining supplies have sold out, there will be no more Polar Pure produced in the US. This is your last chance to stock up, folks! Note that because of the short supply, Polar Pure is no longer listed in the Ready Made Resources online catalog. There is a limit of five bottles per customer. To order, call: 1(800) 627-3809. You must mention that you are a SurvivalBlog reader when you call–this is an exclusive offer.
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Don’t miss the article that Tim P. sent us: New subtype of Ebola suspected in Uganda. If a new Ebola mutation were be easily transmissible (not just through blood contact), it could conceivably start a pandemic that would eclipse the Black Death.
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Hundreds of SurvivalBlog readers bought handheld MURS band radios from Rob at $49 MURS Radios, back when he was one of our advertisers. He stopped advertising only because he could no longer find a supply of the used Kenwood MURS transceivers. Well, now Rob is back in operation, offering brand new, factory fresh, Kaito KA1102 PLL Dual Conversion AM/FM/SW receivers with full factory warranty. Each comes with three AA NiMH rechargeable batteries, wall charger, manual, stereo earbuds, suede carrying case, and an external wire antenna, for $69 each. Buy two and the price drops to just $65 each. Shipping is $9.50 via US Priority Mail for up to two radios. Rob mentioned “I am ordering these radios in batches so if my stock runs out, I will have another batch within a few days. By doing this I can keep my overhead low and the price stays low. These radios are quite compact–small enough to store in an ammo can for EMP protection.” This deal is only being offered to SurvivalBlog readers. Details, reviews, and photo at: AffordableShortwaves.com
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Matt in Texas sent us a link to some commentary by Peak Oil guru James Howard Kunstler: The Last Days of the United States Dollar