The situation has played out in TV and movies for years, but what should you really do if a nuke detonated near you? Will the fireball automatically obliterate your entire city? Will the flash incinerate your retinas? How long have you got before the fallout? Where is the safest place to hide?
Join us on a comprehensive guide to surviving such a situation.
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Brooke Buddemeier Interview
Basic Effects of Nuclear Weapons
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