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Some inadvertent deaths are unavoidable—wrong place, wrong time. But most aren't. Staying alive requires perceiving threat, feeling dread, and responding. Here's some tips you should know to stay alive in some dangerous situations.

Some inadvertent deaths are unavoidable—wrong place, wrong time. But most aren't. Staying alive requires perceiving threat, feeling dread, and responding. Here's some tips you should know to stay alive in some dangerous situations.

How To Build An Emergency Gas Mask - You can buy top notch military grade gas masks from the Internet, hardware stores and from military surplus outlets but what if you needed one quickly and in an emergency? See how to build your own right here!

How To Build An Emergency Gas Mask - You can buy top notch military grade gas masks from the Internet, hardware stores and from military surplus outlets but what if you needed one quickly and in an emergency? See how to build your own right here!

❤ Necklace | Lexi Daly. 'Russian Wave'. Sterling silver, bugle and seed beads. Photo by Katie Rummel

❤ Necklace | Lexi Daly. 'Russian Wave'. Sterling silver, bugle and seed beads. Photo by Katie Rummel

Ornamento para el cuello

Ornamento para el cuello

Copper metallics and sculpted fabric necklace - contemporary jewellery design; perfect symmetry; wearable art // Maryam Keyhani

Copper metallics and sculpted fabric necklace - contemporary jewellery design; perfect symmetry; wearable art // Maryam Keyhani

3D Printed Flex Bands for Apple Watch by Maria Cichy

3D Printed Flex Bands for Apple Watch by Maria Cichy

Tioga Spider Stradum saddle

Tioga Spider Stradum saddle

Tioga Spider Stradum saddle

Tioga Spider Stradum saddle

3D printed lamp on Purmundus booth at  at "Inside 3D printing" in Berlin, March 2014

3D printed lamp on Purmundus booth at at "Inside 3D printing" in Berlin, March 2014

Guilloché Cuffs by Gregory Phillips uses a virtual guilloché engine and 3D printing to create a modern, three-dimensional take on a centuries old machine method for engraving intricate, repetitive 2D patterns.

Guilloché Cuffs by Gregory Phillips uses a virtual guilloché engine and 3D printing to create a modern, three-dimensional take on a centuries old machine method for engraving intricate, repetitive 2D patterns.