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analyze it ... with science
How to Analyze People on Sight or How to Analyze People on Sight Through the Science of Human Analysis: The Five Human Types is a 1921 book by Elsie Lincoln Benedict and Ralph Paine Benedict.
Published and bound by the Roycrofters in East Aurora, New York, remains as a top download on Project Gutenburg.
Something that has been on the back of the mind for some time prompted this. Well, that and reading a ton of the social aspects of a major disaster. Some my own study, but also some material from my wife and sister (education and neuroscience, respectively), both of whom had interesting...
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yes we are the guardians of freedom
If one has been following the trends in the west concerning water, it may be alarming and prompt change in life plans and/or preps. (There is another thread on the topic, but I didn't want to derail someone else's. And this one is to focus on specific preparations, rather general discussion.)...
Cascadia Event Book Review and Resource Guide
"Preparation through education is less costly than learning through tragedy." — Max Mayfield, Director National Hurricane Center
I thought it might be helpful to put together a book review and general resource guide on the topic of surviving a...
The following documentary was produced by National Geographic. It features material related to the 2004 Tsunami in Indonesia. The film also covers a potential tsunami along the Pacific Northwest and has footage on research done in the Cannon Beach and Seaside area. Anyway, I just thought I'd...