History of Early Knife Making in the USA – David Visits the Wawarsing Knife Museum

Discover the history of knife making in the USA at the Wawarsing Knife Museum http://theknifemuseum.com/

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What to Do When You Are Trapped in an Elevator

These days almost all buildings come equipped with elevators and we cannot simply imagine living in a multistories building if they do not have an elevator. Elevators run on power and are mechanical devices. Sometimes when power runs out, they stop working and get stuck.

What to Do When a Person Is Drowning

When a person is drowning the first thing to do is bring it to the attention of the people around so as to get maximum help. Of course it’s best to call for a lifeguard if such a service is available because they can best handle such a situation, since they are trained for it. However, if there is no one around you must try to rescue the drowning person by himself.

What to Do During a Sudden Earthquake

It is usual human tendency to panic when something as stable and concrete as the earth starts to tremble and shudder. People generally tend to run outside if the inside of a building starts moving, or if the inside of a moving vehicle is unstable.

How to Handle Seizures

Seizures can be a very disconcerting and painful experience, indeed, both for the person who is experiencing them and the people around the seizure victim. Old people are often prone to seizures but now more and more people irrespective of age are falling victims to seizures these days.

How to Handle Heat Stroke and Dehydration

The summer season can be extremely cruel in the hot countries, especially those located near the equator. The mercury recording the temperature reaches dizzying heights in the thermometer. The scorching heat seems to make everything get roasted and absence of rain or any respite makes things even worse. Some countries are arid and dry while some other countries are plain humid.

Safety Series: How to Handle Gas Leaks

A gas leak is a very dangerous thing and care should be taken to either take care of it, or get to safety as soon as possible. Natural gas, which is used in most homes, is a reliable and more or less safe fuel. By nature, natural gas is odorless and colorless, but most companies usually add trace amount of harmless chemicals like mercaptans to create a distinctive smell to help in identifying gas leaks.

How to Handle Food Poisoning

Food poisoning is caused by parasites, viruses, bacteria, toxins and is one of the most serious diseases to strike people. The most common viruses to cause food poisoning are staphylococcus, E. coli and salmonella. The pain is even more acute in small children as their immune systems are not strong enough to fight against these parasites and also because children do not have much sense about what they should and shouldn’t eat.

Lighting, Communication and Survival Gear, Plus Organization

Do you have oil lamps, candles or a flashlights you can depend on if the electricity goes out? Can you find them in the dark? Rule number one, don’t just purchase the items, but have them organized in one place ready to grab quickly when the need arises.

How to Handle Fire

One of the most devastating catastrophes that can hit your house and leave you almost at the mercy of fate is an outbreak of fire. When a fire breaks out, people stand to lose everything as they face two main hazards – the constant exposure to the radiant heat emitted by the fire and the flames, smoke and toxic gases produced as an effect.

How to Handle Electrocution

Electric shocks are one of the most painful injuries to get inflicted on any person. Some of the low-voltage shocks sting badly and leave the fingertips or whichever part got stung, in pain. But electric shocks from some high voltage source can be extremely fatal and can even result in the victim’s death.

How to Handle Cuts

The simplest way to handle a cut is wash it with water. If the area is filled with dirt then some soap could also be used to clean the wound. It is important to keep the cut clean at all times as it might get infected if it comes into contact with foreign particles and germs.

How to Handle a Snake Bite

The very mention of the ‘word’ snakes makes us feel scared as we imagine these creatures with poisonous fangs slithering towards us and biting us pouring in the lethal snake venom into our body and rendering us lifeless instantaneously or gradually. Contrary to what people think, snake bites do not kill immediately and also not all snakes are venomous. In fact it is a known fact that snakes try to avoid human contact for fear of their own lives.

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