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Science of Survival:Staying put


If your car breaks down in a remote location: Stay with your vehicle.


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Mechanical failure can strike anywhere. And if you got stuck in the bush you can’t always rely on technology to bail you out.

“Do you copy? Ah, nothing doing, so we're stuck in the bush. Shall I stay or shall I go and look for civilization wherever that may be. Rule one: you must stay with your vehicle.”

 

Phil is a professional. He’s brought water with him. But if you don’t have water, it’s essential you know what to do.

 

“I've heard stories of people drinking from their radiators. These engine coolants contain chemicals that will stop metal corrosion. But if you drink that, they will corrode you. If I was in an enclosed 4x4, and it was night time, I would get into the vehicle, close the door, wind up the windows and then hopefully by the morning I would have enough condensation built up for me to drink. Unfortunately, I’m in an opened vehicle, the mid-day sun is out, it’s like a micro-wave oven in here, and I’m starting to dehydrate. But don’t panic, you probably won't die out here without water for two days.”

 

Your 4x4 may be going nowhere, but parts of it can still be very useful. Not very environmentally friendly, and you’d better make sure you don’t set fire to your vehicle or the dries of any scrub. But we are tracking survival a smoking tire can be seen miles away. The number one rule for travelers who are not familiar with the Savannah is stay with your vehicle. But what if you are certain that no one will be coming to find you, if you don’t wanna die, you have to find something to drink.

 

Phil is going to show us where to find water in this arid land, and he’ll show you he can survive with almost nothing. He’s leaving his GPS and rifle behind.

 

“People have lived in this kind of area for thousands of years without these things, and today we are gonna show you how to do the same.” Setting off alone in the Savannah could be a death sentence for anyone without Phil's expertise as a tracker.

 



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      Mechanic failure can strike anywhere. And you got stuck in the bush you can’t always rely on technology to bail you out.

     “Do you copy?”

     “……”

     “Nothing (is) doing. So we are stuck in the bush. Shall I stay or shall I go in look for civilization? Well, there might be. Rule one, you must stay with your vehicle.”

      Bell’s professional, he’s brought water with him. But if you don’t have water, it’s essential you know what to do.

    “I heard stories of people drinking from their radiators. Its engine coolers contain chemicals that will stop metal corrosion. But if you drink that, they will corode you. If I was in an enclosed four-by-four and there was not a town, I will get into the vehicle, close the door, wind up the windows and then hopefully by the morning I will have enough condensation built up for me to drink. Unfortunately, I’m in an open vehicle, the mid-day sun is out, it’s like a micro-wave oven here, and I’m starting to dehydrate. But don’t panic, you probably would die out here without water for two days.”

      Your four-by-four maybe going nowhere, but part of it can still be very useful. Now buried environment friendly, and you’d better make sure you don’t set fire on your vehicle all the dress of van scrap. But we are talking survival, a smoking tire can be seen miles away. The number one rule for travel while not familiar with the ** is stay with your vehicle. But what if you certain no one will be coming to find you, if you don’t wanna die, you have to find something to drink. Bell is going to show us where to find water in this airy ground, and show you he can survive with almost nothing. He’s leaving his GPS and rifle behind.

     “People have lived in this kind of area for thousands of years without this things, and today we gonna show you how to do this.”

      Setting out alone in ** could be a death sentence for anyone without feels like for cheetahs as a tracker.

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Mechanic failure can strike anywhere. And you got stuck in the bush you can’t always rely on technology to bail you out.

     “Do you copy?”

     “……”

     “Nothing (is) doing. So we are stuck in the bush. Shall I stay or shall I gonna look for civilization? Whatever that may be. Rule one, you must stay with your vehicle.”

      Bell’s professional, he’s brought water with him. But if you don’t have water, it’s essential you know what to do.

    “I heard stories of people drinking from their radiators. Its engine coolers contain chemicals that will stop metal corrosion. But if you drink that, they will corrode you. If I was in an enclosed 4x4, and there was not a town, I will get into the vehicle, close the door, wind up the windows and then hopefully by the morning I will have enough condensation built up for me to drink. Unfortunately, I’m in an open vehicle, the mid-day sun is out, it’s like a micro-wave oven here, and I’m starting to dehydrate. But don’t panic, you probably would die out here without water for two days.”

      Your 4x4 maybe going nowhere, but parts of it can still be very useful. Now burn it environment friendly, and you’d better make sure you don’t set fire on your vehicle all the dress of van scrub. But we are talking survival, a smoking tire can be seen miles away. The number one rule for travel while not familiar with the Savanna is stay with your vehicle. But what if you are certain no one will be coming to find you, if you don’t wanna die, you have to find something to drink. Bell is going to show us where to find water in this arid land, and show you he can survive with almost nothing. He’s leaving his GPS and rifle behind.

     “People have lived in this kind of area for thousands of years without this things, and today we gonna show you how to do the same.”

      Setting up alone in Savanna could be a death sentence for anyone without feels like expertise as a trekker.

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Mechanic failure can strike anywhere. And if you've stuck in the bush you can’t always rely on technology to bail you out. “Do you copy?” “……” “Nothing is doing. So we've stuck in the bush. Shall I stay or shall I gonna look for civilization? Wherever that may be. Rule one, you must stay with your vehicle.” Bell’s professional, he’s brought water with him. But if you don’t have water, it’s essential you know what to do. “I've heard stories of people drinking from their radiators. Its engine coolers contain chemicals that will stop metal corrosion. But if you drink that, they will corrode you. If I was in an enclosed 4x4, and there was not a town, I will get into the vehicle, close the door, wind up the windows and then hopefully by the morning I will have enough condensation built up for me to drink. Unfortunately, I’m in an open vehicle, the mid-day sun is out, it’s like a micro-wave oven here, and I’m starting to dehydrate. But don’t panic, you probably would die out here without water for two days.” Your 4x4 maybe going nowhere, but parts of it can still be very useful. Now burn it environmentally friendly, and you’d better make sure you don’t set fire on your vehicle all the dress of van scrub. But we are talking survival, a smoking tire can be seen miles away. The number one rule for travellers while not familiar with the Savanna is stay with your vehicle. But what if you are certain no one will be coming to find you, if you don’t wanna die, you have to find something to drink. Bell is going to show us where to find water in this arid land, and show you he can survive with almost nothing. He’s leaving his GPS and rifle behind. “People have lived in this kind of area for thousands of years without these things, and today we gonna show you how to do the same.” Setting up alone in Savanna could be a death sentence for anyone without feels like expertise as a trekker.
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Mechanical failure can strike anywhere. And if you got stuck in the bush you can’t always rely on technology to bail you out.

     “Do you copy?”

     “……”

     “Nothing (is) doing. So we are stuck in the bush. Shall I stay or shall I gonna look for civilization? Whatever that may be. Rule one, you must stay with your vehicle.”

      Bell’s professional, he’s brought water with him. But if you don’t have water, it’s essential you know what to do.

    “I heard stories of people drinking from their radiators. Its engine coolers contain chemicals that will stop metal corrosion. But if you drink that, they will corrode you. If I was in an enclosed 4x4, and there was not a town, I will get into the vehicle, close the door, wind up the windows and then hopefully by the morning I will have enough condensation built up for me to drink. Unfortunately, I’m in an open vehicle, the mid-day sun is out, it’s like a micro-wave oven here, and I’m starting to dehydrate. But don’t panic, you probably would die out here without water for two days.”

      Your 4x4 maybe going nowhere, but parts of it can still be very useful. Now burn it environmently friendly, and you’d better make sure you don’t set fire on your vehicle or the drives and the scrub. But we are talking survival, a smoking tire can be seen miles away. The number one rule for travellers who are not familiar with the Savanna is stay with your vehicle. But what if you are certain no one will be coming to find you, if you don’t wanna die, you have to find something to drink. Bell is going to show us where to find water in this arid land, and show you he can survive with almost nothing. He’s leaving his GPS and rifle behind.

     “People have lived in this kind of area for thousands of years without this things, and today we gonna show you how to do the same.”

      Setting off alone in Savanna could be a death sentence for anyone without fields of expertise as a trekker.

 

[ 本帖最后由 johnsonchen688 于 2008-5-29 07:40 编辑 ]

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Mechanic failure can strike anywhere. And if you're stuck in the bush you can’t always rely on technology to bail you out. “Do you copy?” “……” “Nothing / doing. So we're stuck in the bush. Shall I stay or shall I go and look for civilization? Wherever that may be. Rule one, you must stay with your vehicle.” Phil is a professional, he’s brought water with him. But if you don’t have water, it’s essential you know what to do. “I've heard stories of people drinking from their radiators. These engine coolants contain chemicals that will stop metal corrosion. But if you drink that, they will corrode you. If I was in an enclosed 4x4, and it was night time, I would get into the vehicle, close the door, wind up the windows and then hopefully by the morning I would have enough condensation built up for me to drink. Unfortunately, I’m in an opened vehicle, the mid-day sun is out, it’s like a micro-wave oven in here, and I’m starting to dehydrate. But don’t panic, you probably won't die out here without water for two days.” Your 4x4 may be going nowhere, but parts of it can still be very useful. Not very environmentally friendly, and you’d better make sure you don’t set fire to your vehicle or the dries of any scrub. But we are talking survival, a smoking tire can be seen miles away. The number one rule for travellers who are not familiar with the Savannah is stay with your vehicle. But what if you are certain that no one will be coming to find you, if you don’t wanna die, you have to find something to drink. Phil is going to show us where to find water in this arid land, and show you he can survive with almost nothing. He’s leaving his GPS and rifle behind. “People have lived in this kind of area for thousands of years without these things, and today we are gonna show you how to do the same.” Setting off alone in the Savannah could be a death sentence for anyone without Phil's expertise as a tracker.
[ 本帖最后由 johnsonchen688 于 2008-5-29 07:44 编辑 ]

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Mechanical failure can strike anywhere. And if you're stuck in the bush you can’t always rely on technology to bail you out. “Do you copy?” “……” “Nothing / doing. So we're stuck in the bush. Shall I stay or shall I go and look for civilization? Wherever that may be. Rule one, you must stay with your vehicle.” Phil is a professional, he’s brought water with him. But if you don’t have water, it’s essential you know what to do. “I've heard stories of people drinking from their radiators. These engine coolants contain chemicals that will stop metal corrosion. But if you drink that, they will corrode you. If I was in an enclosed 4x4, and it was night time, I would get into the vehicle, close the door, wind up the windows and then hopefully by the morning I would have enough condensation built up for me to drink. Unfortunately, I’m in an opened vehicle, the mid-day sun is out, it’s like a micro-wave oven in here, and I’m starting to dehydrate. But don’t panic, you probably won't die out here without water for two days.” Your 4x4 may be going nowhere, but parts of it can still be very useful. Not very environmentally friendly, and you’d better make sure you don’t set fire to your vehicle or the dries of any scrub. But we are talking survival, a smoking tire can be seen miles away. The number one rule for travellers who are not familiar with the Savannah is stay with your vehicle. But what if you are certain that no one will be coming to find you, if you don’t wanna die, you have to find something to drink. Phil is going to show us where to find water in this arid land, and show you he can survive with almost nothing. He’s leaving his GPS and rifle behind. “People have lived in this kind of area for thousands of years without these things, and today we are gonna show you how to do the same.” Setting off alone in the Savannah could be a death sentence for anyone without Phil's expertise as a tracker.

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Mechenical failure can strike anywhere,and stuck in the bush,you can't always rely on technology to bail you out."do you copy?..ur..nothing in."So when we stuck in the bush,shall I stay and or shall I look for the civilization.Wherever that may be.Rule one:you must stay with you vehicle.Pill is a prefessional,he's  brought water with it.but If you don't have water,it's essential you konw what to do.I heard stories of people drinking from the radiators,these engine coolant contain chemical that'll stop metel corrosion,if you drink that the will corrode you.If I was in a enclose four by four,and with a night time,I 'll getting to the vehicle,close the door,wind up the window  and then holpfully by the morning,I would have engough condensation build up for me to drink.Unfortunately,I am in an opende vehicle,the mid-day sun is out,it's like a microwave oven in here,and I'm starting to dehydrate.Don't  panic,you probably won't die out here with out water for tow days.You four by four maybe going no where,but parts of it can still be very usefull.

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Mechanic failure can srike anywhere. And if u're stucked in a bush. u can't rely on techology to bail u out.

 

Do u copy?nothing doing.so we're struck in the bush.shall I stayor shall i and & look for civilization.wherever that maybe.

Rule 1, U must stay with ur vehicke.F is professional.He is brought water with him.But if u don't have water it's essential. U know what to do.

"I have heard stories of people drinking from radiators.These engine coolant contains chemicals thatwill stop mental/But if u drink that they will/ u.If I was enclose four by four and there was a town.I will go into the vehicle and close the door.wind up the windows and then hopefully by the morning  I will have enough / for me to drink.Unfortunately I am in the open of the vehicle.The middle day sun is out.Is that a microwave in here  and i am starting to hydrate.But do not panic U probably won't die out without water for 2days. your four by four maybe going nowhere,but part of it canbe still very useful.not bery environmentally friendly and u'd better make sure you don't set fire to our vehicle or the dries of any scrub."

But we are talking about survival.A smoking fire canbe seen miles away.

the no.1 rule for the travellers who were not farmiliar with S is to stay with ur vehicle but what if you are centain is thay no one will be coming to find u.if u do not want to die, you have to find sth. to drink.

F is going to show u where to find the water in this arid land.and show u he can survive with almost nothing.he is leaving as GPS and rifle behind.people whi have lived in this kind of areas for thousands og years without these things.

And today we're going to see how to the same setting off alone in the S could be death sentence for anyone without F expert tips as tracker.

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hw Mechanic failure can srike anywhere. And if u're stucked in a bush. u can't rely on techology to bail u out. Do u copy?nothing doing.so we're struck in the bush.shall I stayor shall i and & look for civilization.wherever that maybe. Rule 1, U must stay with ur vehicke.F is professional.He is brought water with him.But if u don't have water it's essential. U know what to do. "I have heard stories of people drinking from radiators.These engine coolant contains chemicals thatwill stop mental/But if u drink that they will/ u.If I was enclose four by four and there was a town.I will go into the vehicle and close the door.wind up the windows and then hopefully by the morning I will have enough / for me to drink.Unfortunately I am in the open of the vehicle.The middle day sun is out.Is that a microwave in here and i am starting to hydrate.But do not panic U probably won't die out without water for 2days. your four by four maybe going nowhere,but part of it canbe still very useful.not bery environmentally friendly and u'd better make sure you don't set fire to our vehicle or the dries of any scrub." But we are talking about survival.A smoking fire canbe seen miles away. the no.1 rule for the travellers who were not farmiliar with S is to stay with ur vehicle but what if you are centain is thay no one will be coming to find u.if u do not want to die, you have to find sth. to drink. F is going to show u where to find the water in this arid land.and show u he can survive with almost nothing.he is leaving as GPS and rifle behind.people whi have lived in this kind of areas for thousands og years without these things. And today we're going to see how to the same setting off alone in the S could be death sentence for anyone without F expert tips as tracker. [ 本帖最后由 Sunshake 于 2009-1-21 12:11 编辑 ]
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Mechanic failure can strike anywhere. And if you're stuck in the bush you can’t always rely on technology to bail you out. “Do you copy?” “……” “Nothing / doing. So we're stuck in the bush. Shall I stay or shall I go and look for civilization? Wherever that may be. Rule one, you must stay with your vehicle.” Phil is a professional, he’s brought water with him. But if you don’t have water, it’s essential you know what to do. “I've heard stories of people drinking from their radiators. These engine coolants contain chemicals that will stop metal corrosion. But if you drink that, they will corrode you. If I was in an enclosed 4x4, and it was night time, I would get into the vehicle, close the door, wind up the windows and then hopefully by the morning I would have enough condensation built up for me to drink. Unfortunately, I’m in an opened vehicle, the mid-day sun is out, it’s like a micro-wave oven in here, and I’m starting to dehydrate. But don’t panic, you probably won't die out here without water for two days.” Your 4x4 may be going nowhere, but parts of it can still be very useful. Not very environmentally friendly, and you’d better make sure you don’t set fire to your vehicle or the dries of any scrub. But we are talking survival, a smoking tire can be seen miles away. The number one rule for travellers who are not familiar with the Savannah is stay with your vehicle. But what if you are certain that no one will be coming to find you, if you don’t wanna die, you have to find something to drink. Phil is going to show us where to find water in this arid land, and show you he can survive with almost nothing. He’s leaving his GPS and rifle behind. “People have lived in this kind of area for thousands of years without these things, and today we are gonna show you how to do the same.” Setting off alone in the Savannah could be a death sentence for anyone without Phil's expertise as a tracker.

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Mechanical failure can strike anywhere. And if you're stuck in the bush you can’t always rely on technology to bail you out.

“Do you copy?” “……” “Ah, Nothing doing. So we're stuck in the bush. Shall I stay or shall I go and look for civilization? Wherever that may be. Rule one: you must stay with your vehicle.”

 

Phil is a professional, he’s brought water with him. But if you don’t have water, it’s essential you know what to do.

 

“I've heard stories of people drinking from their radiators. These engine coolants contain chemicals that will stop metal corrosion. But if you drink that, they will corrode you. If I was in an enclosed 4x4, and it was night time, I would get into the vehicle, close the door, wind up the windows and then hopefully by the morning I would have enough condensation built up for me to drink. Unfortunately, I’m in an opened vehicle, the mid-day sun is out, it’s like a micro-wave oven in here, and I’m starting to dehydrate. But don’t panic, you probably won't die out here without water for two days.”

 

Your 4x4 may be going nowhere, but parts of it can still be very useful. Not very environmentally friendly, and you’d better make sure you don’t set fire to your vehicle or the dries of any scrub. But we are tracking survival, a smoking tire can be seen miles away. The number one rule for travelers who are not familiar with the Savannah is stay with your vehicle. But what if you are certain that no one will be coming to find you, if you don’t wanna die, you have to find something to drink.

 

Phil is going to show us where to find water in this arid land, and he’ll show you he can survive with almost nothing. He’s leaving his GPS and rifle behind.

 

“People have lived in this kind of area for thousands of years without these things, and today we are gonna show you how to do the same.” Setting off alone in the Savannah could be a death sentence for anyone without Phil's expertise as a tracker.

 

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Mechanical failure can strike anywhere. And if you got stuck in the bush you can’t always rely on technology to bail you out.

“Do you copy? Ah, nothing doing, so we're stuck in the bush. Shall I stay or shall I go and look for civilization wherever that may be. Rule one: you must stay with your vehicle.”

 

Phil is a professional. He’s brought water with him. But if you don’t have water, it’s essential you know what to do.

 

“I've heard stories of people drinking from their radiators. These engine coolants contain chemicals that will stop metal corrosion. But if you drink that, they will corrode you. If I was in an enclosed 4x4, and it was night time, I would get into the vehicle, close the door, wind up the windows and then hopefully by the morning I would have enough condensation built up for me to drink. Unfortunately, I’m in an opened vehicle, the mid-day sun is out, it’s like a micro-wave oven in here, and I’m starting to dehydrate. But don’t panic, you probably won't die out here without water for two days.”

 

Your 4x4 may be going nowhere, but parts of it can still be very useful. Not very environmentally friendly, and you’d better make sure you don’t set fire to your vehicle or the dries of any scrub. But we are tracking survival a smoking tire can be seen miles away. The number one rule for travelers who are not familiar with the Savannah is stay with your vehicle. But what if you are certain that no one will be coming to find you, if you don’t wanna die, you have to find something to drink.

 

Phil is going to show us where to find water in this arid land, and he’ll show you he can survive with almost nothing. He’s leaving his GPS and rifle behind.

 

“People have lived in this kind of area for thousands of years without these things, and today we are gonna show you how to do the same.” Setting off alone in the Savannah could be a death sentence for anyone without Phil's expertise as a tracker.

 

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