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From the book Super Freakonomics, chapter "Why should suicide bombers buy life insurance".On the importance of having medical information easily available. By Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner.
How to Prepare for One Really Quick Getaway By Damon Darlin, published October 1, 2005
In Case I Get Hit By a Bus: Storing it [vital information...] in an encrypted electronic file on a flash drive is a good idea, as long as family members can recall the password for accessList of what to store, by an unknown source.
Canada-US border crossed by man using iPad as ID A Canadian man who forgot his passport has said that he managed to cross the border into t he us using a copy of the document he had scanned on to his iPad. BBC Mobile - News US & Canada, 3 january 2012
Who, What, Why: How is lost luggage found? ...the absent bag usually appears somewhere else in the world - either it didn't make it on to the departing flight, was too slow to make a connection and so is stuck in transit, or was mislabelled and ended up at a totally different airport. BBC Magazine Monitor, 4 April 2015.
BBC Future: - did an airline auction offl ycur luggage? For every 1,000 passengers who fly, there are 7.3 mishandled bags per 1,000 passengers today. In some countries, the [lost] luggage gets destroyed. In the UK, the airlines tend to send them to auction -Nick Gates. From BBC Future, 9/8/2015