Surviving a Nuclear Bomb

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posted on Mar, 24 2013 @ 06:48 PM
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Hi all,

Here are the first two parts in a series I am put together on surviving a nuclear bomb. In it I teach you have to vastly increase your chances of living through a nuclear event. The first two parts of the series cover the first minutes after the explosion up to the choice you have to make of "should I stay put or flee the fallout?"

In it I teach you how you can gather quite a bit of information about the bomb itself, distance, yield, probable origin. Things you will know long before most others. Knowing this info you can make better decisions.

I hope you can learn something but I also hope you never have to use this information.

Part1




Part 2





posted on Mar, 24 2013 @ 06:50 PM
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Couldnt resist




posted on Mar, 24 2013 @ 06:56 PM
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Originally posted by FraternitasSaturni
Couldnt resist



I love that old video. I've actually seen it many times. Both that video and mine are 9 minutes long. Which one was more informational? On second thought...I don't have my flame suit on. Give me a minute.



posted on Mar, 24 2013 @ 07:00 PM
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haha... actually I'm still watching yours. This one is my favorite "cold war" video



posted on Mar, 24 2013 @ 07:29 PM
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Come on liberty... I know your channel pretty well... I cant even compare the videos.

But your videos are pretty good. A bit hardcore to the common man taking into account the "civilian mindset and psychology" under stress but yes they are very good.

I've got nothing to add... and I wont compare it to the turtle.

Although.... thou shalt not challenge the sheer awesomeness of Bert the Turtle.



posted on Mar, 24 2013 @ 08:16 PM
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Thank you for the videos, Very informative, answered alot of questions I personally had.



posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 08:57 AM
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I consider myself somewhat a prepper, but in a nuclear war, I DON'T want to survive.

For one, it's way too costly to build an underground shelter that would work for it, and survive the after effects. For another, the world afterwards would be a place I wouldn't want to live in. No thanks. If we get nuked or an Asteroid slams into my state, well, nothing I can do on those fronts...so be it.



posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 09:16 AM
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It was the fallout preps I was hoping would be in the vids. So don't waste any time getting those vids linked here. The info in the vids was informative, thanks for bringing this thread to the forum.

Look forward to seeing the follow through on this one.



posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 09:18 AM
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Even if you dodge fallout, a nuclear winter will pretty much do you in...

Full props to any who want to try, but if we see a full nuclear exchange, I'm fairly certain we'll see the extinction of the human race within a couple of decades.



posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 09:58 AM
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I don't want to survive a nuclear blast or the fallout. But instinct tells me I will need to try, however futile the efforts. Truely, I can only hope I'm vaporized and none of it matters.

I do not relish the thought of radiation sickness. I too hope its quick and painless. But from my location from major cities for known military targets, mine will will a wait for it situation. The alternative is to go out and intentionally expose ones self, but that too goes against basic instinct, on two levels a) to survive b) to knowing commit suidice.

Ultimately, my ardent prayers are spare me from seeing the horror of this and take me before it happens.



posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 10:02 AM
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If China or Russia hit us with one of their massive nukes, there is no survival. No bunker is going to save you from bombs on par with the czar bomb. And who knows how powerful nukes are to this day. You may survive to emerge from your bunker only to die of radiation poisoning.



posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 10:16 AM
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Even if you do hold out in a bunker...eventually, you'll run out of supplies...and venturing onto the surface, will find a world incapable of supporting you (nuclear winter, radiation, fouled soil and water, no flora or fauna, etc.). This is, of course, in an all out nuclear exchange. Of course, this is also why it likely won't EVER actually happen. At least not on a global scale.



posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 10:30 AM
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It's decisions not to even attempt survival by a large percentage that would give others that are wanting to survive an even greater chance. You'll be leaving your possessions for me to take.

I don't care what the event is, nuclear, asteroid, or a zombie apocolypes, I'm going down swinging, and there isn't a chance in hell that I'll just give up without a fight.

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posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 10:44 AM
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I'm not saying I wouldn't try to survive, but I'm not going to gear/tailor my efforts towards a nuclear disaster. There is a difference.

Thing is, there are enough bases near me, to where I likely wouldn't be around after the strikes...so if you can find anything worth having after we're gone, have at it.


I think most don't have an idea of just how far-reaching the effects of multiple modern nuke strikes would be. Comparing it to Hiroshima or Nagasaki isn't even close...not even in the ballpark.
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posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 10:51 AM
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I don't think it will be a global either. It will be a shock globally if even one small one goes off. But given this, if its not in my immediate region, I would like to know how to minimalize the effects to improve survivibility. That's the situation we are really going to be faced with. If just one here or there, what it means for the rest of the world and what is needed to do to get through the situation.

Ok, research time is in order for me. Been too long anyways. OP, looking forward to your followup. Cheers.



posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 10:54 AM
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When I was 13 years old is when I first heard of a nuclear bomb and what it was capable of. Needless to say it freaked my fragile mind out. I dwelled on the endless possibilities of death and total destruction for months. At some point I came to the conclusion that to live or die trying is what it all boils down to at least in my eyes. Dont we all die a bit every day but continue trying to live the best we can? This is exactly my mindset still today and if i live through a nuclear attack I will continue trying to live as best as I can.

Thank you for the videos, any info even if its only a refresher is always appreciated.



posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 01:57 PM
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The Csar bomb was a gravity weapon. Hard to get a plane with a 100 megaton nuke into the US. Of course with all the defense cuts it mightwork. The only thing I worry about is their crappy guidance system (in their missles) and it missing the intended target and landing in my lap! LOL other than that Ill deal with the fallout.

www.fas.org...

In the mean time here is a cool little gadget to use if your getting ready to build



posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 01:58 PM
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I just want to say that if America is hit by a Nuclear missile, it won't just be one, but hundreds, possibly even thousands. You won't make it. It's that simple; not to mention the possible thousands of retaliation missiles we will fire back ( NATO ).

We had 2000 nuclear missiles aimed at Moscow during the Cold War.

If we are struck by a Nuclear missile, it's going to be much much more than one. Our defense systems, and naval fleets could intercept several dozen. Many many more than just one will be fired.

Now, Chemical weapons from terrorist are much more likely.
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posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 02:32 PM
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Here's a great link where you can see what the effects would be, based on where you are. The most common Russian ICBMs will typically have 4 warheads each doing about 300KT. You can bet the 4 will overlap the target area as a cluster, so factor that in.

meyerweb.com...

Put in the closest military target near you, and see if you are in a bad place....

You can use this for fallout...

www.truthistreason.net...

Seems like I may not be as bad off as I thought...even if an older 800KT ICBM hits McDill. Of course, multiple ones would probably be heading to that target. Of course, if one of the 3.3MT ones hit, I'm still ok if it hits McDill, but if hitting Lakeland...I'm on fire.


I just want to say that if America is hit by a Nuclear missile, it won't just be one, but hundreds, possibly even thousands. You won't make it. It's that simple


Yep, but even still, I'm surprised at the amount of open area there would be between the blast radii. But, the nuclear winter (if true) would be the killer, as would the contamination of water and soil. We'd dehydrate and starve if we weren't killed by the blast or radiation.
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posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 02:51 PM
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I will eventually get to a segment on the aftermath, once the initial radiation has subsided to a level where it is "safe" to be outside. There is much less documentation available on this subject, though. I think the "nuclear winter" thing was debunked long ago.





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