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Questions relating to staying alive in the wilderness and learning survival techniques.

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(Taking into account that we do have an "ice" answer already) The one magnifying lens that is fast and easy to get and that does have an optical quality that actually helps vision as a magnifying gla …
answered Sep 25 '18 by cbeleites supports Monica
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medium heavy work - which doesn't seem much in a survival in Russian winter scenario) needs 12500 kJ/day corresponding to the meat of about 8 European rabbits. In turn, this means that no more than … 30 - 40 % of the needed energy can possibly come from protein. Plus (or rather, minus) for long term life as a hunter as opposed to survival for a few weeks some of that protein to be used for …
answered Jul 9 '19 by cbeleites supports Monica
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According to this article, Avijit Datta and Michael Tipton: Respiratory responses to cold water immersion: neural pathways, interactions, and clinical consequences awake and asleep, A fall in skin …
answered Aug 19 '13 by cbeleites supports Monica
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Lots of good and valid points in the existing answers, but I'd like to add a few points from a Central European perspective, and for situations that are as described i.e. the serviced lodges are not s …
answered Dec 16 '18 by cbeleites supports Monica
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I'd say this depends much more on how wet the conditions are in general than just whether there's snow on the ground: when winter-camping in Manitoba, we trampled down the snow a bit and started campf …
answered Jan 10 '17 by cbeleites supports Monica
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Summary: Heat adaptation (i.e. being able to do physical excercise in the heat) has a number of mechanisms, but among them the "water-related" mechanisms rely on having and needing, i.e. using more wa …
answered Oct 26 '19 by cbeleites supports Monica