Category: Nuclear War

Followup: RUN OR TAKE SHELTER AFTER A NUCLEAR EXPLOSION? NEW RESEARCH MIGHT SURPRISE YOU

From TheBlaze.com RUN OR TAKE SHELTER AFTER A NUCLEAR EXPLOSION? NEW RESEARCH MIGHT SURPRISE YOU Jan. 15, 2014 9:00pm – by Elizabeth Kreft You wake up in the dead of night as a flash brighter than the sun streaks through your windows. Was it car headlights? No, you realize something isn’t right when all the electronics […]

How-To: Nuclear Attack Aftermath: Make Haste to a Fallout Shelter

By Laura Poppick, Staff Writer @ Livescience.com   |   January 14, 2014 07:00pm ET Original Source: http://www.livescience.com/42571-optimal-nuclear-fallout-protection.html People living within about 20 miles (32 kilometers) of a small-scale nuclear attack have up to half an hour to  seek out adequate shelter safely, as long as travel time to that shelter is no more than 15 […]

HOT TOPIC: Homeland Security, at the Personal Level. PLEASE Help! Next 24 hours.

SUBJECT:  Citizen involvement in getting FEMA/DHS focus on nuclear preparedness/updated Civil Defense program… Title: Teach Practical Family Nuclear Civil Defense Strategies and Tactics… What: National Dialogue on Preparedness (FEMA, Dept. of Homeland Security) Who: Idea proposed by my good friend SHANE CONNOR, of Ki4u.com Where: http://preparedness.ideascale.com/a/dtd/74577-9416 When: NOW NOW NOW!!!   Before midnite tonight [Friday, 9/10/10] […]

New Download: Guide to shelter organization and management 1963

*Title* Guide to shelter organization and management *Department of US* Office of Civil Defense *Abstract* The Shelter Organization and Management Guide has three major purposes. Firstly, it is a summary of current knowledge for administrative operations, and research personnel on the subject of shelter organization and management. Secondly, it is an informational aid to both […]

New Download: Introduction to long-term biological effects of nuclear war 1963

*Title* Introduction to long-term biological effects of nuclear war *Department of US* Office of Civil Defense *Abstract* This report summarizes the state of knowledge and concepts about the reaction of biological systems to effects of nuclear weapons under nuclear war conditions, about the likely extent of damage to agricultural and wildlife ecosystems under nuclear war […]