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Originally posted by Mactire
I have a couple of NBC suits
Originally posted by thedeadwalkk
By bombs, I mean nuclear bombs.
I've been thinking about this for the past few days, and I can't really imagine what I would do. The fear you would face, the instant realization that your world has been completely changed in the matter of seconds?
I think I would do something like this:
1)a: If I was in the city the bomb went off in, find the nearest gun and shoot myself
1)b: If not in the city the bomb went off in follow the next steps
2): Immediately turn on all taps in the house, and fill as much water as possible
3) Build a mini fallout shelter in the middle of my house to provide as much protection from the radiation for the next 2 weeks
4) Gather up all my food
5) Gather all the blankets, and other equipment I would need
6) Seal off the house, tape up all and any air vents/windows/air intakes
7) Hole up in the shelter for 2-3 weeks ( or as long as possible )
so you still think there will be a nuke war? think again the new war is going on and yes they will use dirty bombs and a nuke or 2 but that will be it. will we use nukes? no i think not, for war like ww2 is gone what you see is the war of today and tomorrow.
The exact number as of Sept. 30, 2009, was 5,113 warheads, according to a U.S. fact sheet released Monday. The sheet also provided information on the dismantlement of warheads. The release was made as part of a meeting in New York to review the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty.
so it could be mistaken as a nuke even though it is not one so why make it???
Prompt Global Strike Missile Could Replace Nukes in the Future
April 23, 2010
(ChattahBox)—It looks like a nuke, acts like a nuke, but it isn’t. The new advanced missile system, called Prompt Global Strike deploys a conventional warhead at speeds faster than several times the speed of sound. Having pin-point accuracy with the capability of reaching a target anywhere around the globe in less than an hour, the Prompt Global Strike missile would become an important part of President Obama’s plan, called “Global Zero,” to reduce our dependence on nuclear weapons. But there still are some kinks to iron out with the technology. An early test version of the missile would not be ready, until 2014 or 2015. And there is the very real danger that other countries may mistake the Prompt Global Strike missile for a nuclear warhead and respond accordingly