SURVIVE Or DIE!: When It Hits the Fan, Will You Play It Cool Or Get Blown Away?

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National Treasure Society - Cacheology Society of America, Aug 15, 2010 - 350 pages
From Author Jovan Hutton Pulitzer: Knowing how to survive apart from civilization is crucial. Don't think you need survival skills, just because you live in a large metropolitan area? You are wrong! Dead wrong. Surviving and the ability to survive is not just about being lost in the mountains, the jungle or stranded at sea. With the way the world is going, if a huge disaster hit your city, could you, or would you and your family survive? What would you do if you were alone in the wild with your life and the lives of your family in your hands? Getting stranded in the wilderness (and in the city) can be dangerous when you take into account all of the factors that stand against you, like wild animals, possibility of attack, lack of shelter, poisonous plants, little or no food and water supplies. Being prepared is the only way to ensure that if you find yourself stranded in the wilderness you can get through it until help finds you, or you find your way to safety. Who is Author Jovan Hutton Pulitzer?You have seen Jovan Hutton Pulitzer on PBS, CNN, FOX, ABC, CBS, NBC or your local news channel or even featured on the History Channel's #1 Top Rated TV Series "Curse of Oak Island". Pulitzer is one of the world's most sought out sources on lost history and lost treasures. Pulitzer is both a forensic researcher and a forensic historian. His research work can be found at stanford.academia.edu/JHuttonPulitzer and his personal website is JovanHuttonPulitzer .orgAs the world's foremost lost history expedition and terrestrial treasure recovery team leader (Commander) Pulitzer plans and manages missions all around the globe. As an Inventor, Pulitzer is globally one of the foremost Inventors in modern times, recognized as one of the "Top 50 Inventors in the World", and as an Author, he has published over 200 individual History and Treasure Hunting titles. You can find all of Pulitzer's body of work by simple searching the following hashtags on Google: #JovanHuttonPulitzer #HuttonPulitzer #HistoryHeretic #TechMooc #InvestigatingHistory #CurseofOakIsland

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Who is Author Jovan Hutton Pulitzer?You have seen Jovan Hutton Pulitzer on PBS, CNN, FOX, ABC, CBS, NBC or your local news channel or even featured on the History Channel's #1 Top Rated TV Series "Curse of Oak Island". Pulitzer is one of the world's most sought out sources on lost history and lost treasures. Pulitzer is both a forensic researcher and a forensic historian. His research work can be found at stanford.academia.edu/JHuttonPulitzer and his personal website is JovanHuttonPulitzer .orgPulitzer is a professional Board Member, Intellectual Property Collaborator and Advisor to Companies: Creator of "Scan Commerce" and "Scan to Connect" "MPOC Mobile Point of Care Testing" and "Haptic Mapping" platforms and patents. University Guest Speaker, Author of 200 History Books, History Channel A&E Personality, PBS Host, Former Weekly Reporter for Middle East TV for Egypt, Syria, Israel, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, and Qatar. Lifelong Learner and Education Advocate.As the world's foremost lost history expedition and terrestrial treasure recovery team leader (Commander) Pulitzer plans and manages missions all around the globe. As an Inventor, Pulitzer is globally one of the foremost Inventors in modern times, recognized as one of the "Top 50 Inventors in the World", and as an Author, he has published over 200 individual History and Treasure Hunting titles. Pulitzer utilizes highly trained and certified individuals, using archaeological methods combined with forensic historical research and modern technology, set out to either prove or disprove, dispel or recover, set the historical record straight or professionally document, the various types of caches, common treasures or otherwise, that have been lost to history and mankind. You can find all of Pulitzer's body of work by simple searching the following hashtags on Google: #JovanHuttonPulitzer #HuttonPulitzer #HistoryHeretic #TechMooc #InvestigatingHistory #CurseofOakIsland

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