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posted on Nov, 9 2004 @ 08:49 AM
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I did some research on how to survive a nuclear attack, it's got some real good information. The best thing you can do to survive is to educate and protect yourself. If your worried about a nuclear attack too, here's some help.

Where to go to survive...

WHERE TO TAKE COVER.
BEST POSITION AFTER TAKING COVER.
MOVING TO A FALLOUT SHELTER LATER.
WHEN IS IT SAFE TO LEAVE A SHELTER?
MANY KINDS OF FALLOUT SHELTERS.

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posted on Nov, 12 2004 @ 03:55 PM
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i think you better poke around and find a up to date site. for example it takes something like 60 years for the radiation to go away.



ps. sorry about the spelling



posted on Nov, 12 2004 @ 04:05 PM
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Because I live in a big city (toronto), if theres a nuclear attack odds are im not about to survive it. Good information if far away, useless if within I believe 20 miles from blast site. But with today's threats, crude bombs from terrorists won't have the power to kill in the millions like the bombs the russians and americans were building during the cold war.



posted on Nov, 12 2004 @ 04:19 PM
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This is of corse something no one in his right mind would want to see but we all know it very well could happe. I agree with the thret of such a strike in the cold war the out come was quite different. I and most the people I knew did not want to survive, but now the situation is different, the thret of total destruction is not quite as great, and we can hope the bombs are not quite as powerfull. But it is not to dificult for a bomb to leve behind radiation that can last 10s of thousands of years. So to refrence what was said in my first statment (no one in his right mind), this is something that may half to be delt with.



posted on Nov, 12 2004 @ 04:35 PM
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"Duck and Cover"

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posted on Nov, 12 2004 @ 04:55 PM
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Each generation seems to decide at some point they wouldn't see out the decade, some with more justification that others.
I'd say this decade is pretty low on the likelihood of global nuclear devastation, certainly compared to the 1970's & 1980's.

Basically as regards any chances of 'nuclear survival'?

Forget it.

In anything other than the most unlikely very very limited 'exchange' with no escalation the economy everywhere would probably collapse.....hell even the loss of one major developed city in the world would cause loss and devastation on a scale that would be hard to get over.
Then there are the long-duration poisons from the fall-out which would poison so much and a long slow lingering starving subsistance awaiting death from radiation poisoning makes 'survival' unlikely to say the least.

In the event of a nuclear detonation anywhere near you I'd advise you put your head between your knees and reach round grip your hips pulling your head further round so you can properly kiss your a$$ goodbyeeeee!



posted on Nov, 12 2004 @ 05:17 PM
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www.earthmountainview.com... - fallout probability map for the US.

members.aol.com... - maps for hazardous areas in the US.

www.survivalring.org... - free fallout shelter plans.



posted on Nov, 12 2004 @ 06:22 PM
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Originally posted by fusion360
Because I live in a big city (toronto), if theres a nuclear attack odds are im not about to survive it. Good information if far away, useless if within I believe 20 miles from blast site. But with today's threats, crude bombs from terrorists won't have the power to kill in the millions like the bombs the russians and americans were building during the cold war.


Don't feel too left out my friend you and a bucketful of other ATS'ers as well.
I take things in a positive stride, Toronto isn't a major terrorist target.



posted on Nov, 12 2004 @ 09:14 PM
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Originally posted by Linux

Originally posted by fusion360
Because I live in a big city (toronto), if theres a nuclear attack odds are im not about to survive it. Good information if far away, useless if within I believe 20 miles from blast site. But with today's threats, crude bombs from terrorists won't have the power to kill in the millions like the bombs the russians and americans were building during the cold war.


Don't feel too left out my friend you and a bucketful of other ATS'ers as well.
I take things in a positive stride, Toronto isn't a major terrorist target.


I still remember on the news the anchors naming possible targets, like the Air Canada Center, Pickering Nuclear Plant things like that, and I was amazed that terrorists would even think of attacking Canada, isn't the cold bad enough up here? Oh what a time to be from Iceland.

Remember that if nuke's were flyin in the cold war what's between Russia and the US, the north pole and good ol Canada.



posted on Nov, 12 2004 @ 09:24 PM
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best not to dwell on your inevitable demise! when there is nothing you can do that is just it. a suitcase nuke will go off in a big city someday perhaps tommarow, perhaps in 1000 years. nothing we can do expect try to counter act production of these things, and make amends with any enemys who hope to make this catastrophic scenario a reality. for now dont really worry about ICBM i heard those lovely grey friends of ours can disable them in mid flight. they dont like the pollution of a perfectly good planet.



posted on Nov, 12 2004 @ 09:27 PM
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< sigh >

Nuclear is better than biological. At least with nuclear you have a distinct time/distance vector in which you can make assumptions. With biological, all bets are off.

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BUT, if you're absolutely, positively convinced that there is a nuclear attack coming, know these things:

-> EVERYONE within a short distance of the nuclear incident will die quickly due to heat, compression, radiation

-> EVERYONE within a regional distance of the nuclear incident will panic, cause further deaths, and generally suffer needlessly because of falsehoods concerning radiation, radiological hazzards and general misunderstanding of the nuclear event

-> NOONE with proper planning, education, TIME and DISTANCE on their sides will have to suffer and can in fact live productive and relatively normal lives in the face of this potential threat

It's all in the education and planning folks. Given, if you're in the hypocenter of a prompt nuclear fission event, you're probably not going to need any planning as the 30,000,000 F heat plasma will judiciously cook your hide and evaporate your soul without too much problem.

It's those that COULD and CAN survive many miles beyond this death cloud that need to do their homework, both mentally (preparation, note taking, planning, discussion) as well as physically.



posted on Nov, 13 2004 @ 03:54 AM
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I agree its inevitable. Really most of this advice is useless unless you go the full 9 yards and set up a bug-out bag. The first thing on your list should be a gas mask. I'm not going to bother going into what else you should put in, just google "bug out bag " and you'll find all the info you'll need.

You should also have a pre-arranged retreat location established in a safe and as remote as possible place. This is all common survivalist protocol and anyone who is serious about surviving a large scale attack such as discussed should have all of this thoroughly researched.

edit: By the way, it is common rule that you take your bug-out bag everywhere. Work, shopping, night out, etc, The point being that as soon as an attack happens, you are able to drop everything, grab your bag and bug-out. The whole reason for having one is so that you are ready 24/7 to retreat at any given time. You don't have to carry it around everywhere, just keep it in your car perhaps. But even then, you may not be able to get to your car when it happens. This all may sound weird, but it makes sense.

[edit on 13-11-2004 by cargo]



posted on Nov, 15 2004 @ 06:52 PM
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The plans are no longer there, and I want a world wide map of potential strikes, is Austrailia going to be safer than Canada? That cold, artic wing might help keep the fallout away, but I'm now sure about global wind patterns..

Actually, I almost think that the fallout map is useless, there probably won't be a full scale attack in our lifetimes, but a dirty bomb mostly likely....mental note, buy those iodine pills to save my thyroid



bentov

edit:www.nukepills.com Order and be safe, or be cheap and be sorry..



Originally posted by enomus
www.earthmountainview.com... - fallout probability map for the US.

members.aol.com... - maps for hazardous areas in the US.

www.survivalring.org... - free fallout shelter plans.




[edit on 15-11-2004 by bentov]



posted on Feb, 7 2005 @ 02:00 AM
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Surviving a nuclear attack isnt so easy when Atomic Bombs are designed to decimate everything in it's insanely expanded blast/fallout radius. But as far as surviving...I'll steal one from our good ole friend John Titor and 'Never kiss someone you don't know'



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