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Bad Air Vents at Secret Gov. Lab May be Blowing Germs Our Way

A $214 million bioterror germ lab at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta has had repeated problems with airflow systems designed to help prevent the release of infectious agents, government documents and internal e-mails show.

iEvac Smoke / Fire Hood Preview

I know that many of our readers try to prepare for many different SHTF scenarios, but we sometimes have our blinders on and forget some obvious things. One of them is the possibility of being caught in a fire, chemical incident, or anything else which would hinder your ability to breath. If you can’t breath, you won’t be able to save your life or the lives of others.