Wednesday, September 15, 2010


Natural disasters are events stemming from the dynamic nature of our universe. The world is constantly changing, and that grand-scale motion wreaks havoc. This category of disaster includes the four horsemen of death and destruction: earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, and floods. Natural disasters cause extensive property damage and unbelievable loss of life. is dedicated to helping families prepare for natural and man-made disasters. It was created by a NASA scientist, Dr. Arthur Bradley, who also just published the "Handbook to Practical Disaster Preparedness for the Family."
The handbook offers practical steps that families can take to meet their needs in nearly any crisis.
This 540-page guide has dozens of illustrations, photos, and tables, providing clear guidance for establishing an effective disaster preparedness plan. It also covers the special needs of children, the elderly, and pets.
The book is available through Amazon, or directly through