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Nuke map!


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I live in a major city, so yeah, I'm blown to smithereens.

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I´m Donald J. Trump and Donald J. Trump approves this site. Amazing site, I love it!

 

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Luckily I am not in a major city, but if the enemy feels they want to disrupt a few tire manufactures headquarters, then i am screwed

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I live in a major city, so yeah, I'm blown to smithereens.

 

Probably the best way to go. I live in a rural area so my destiny would be a slow painful death from radiation sickness.

 

Cool site though OP. During the Cold War my father was a Police Sergeant and some of the literature he brought home about civil aftermath was pretty damn disturbing.

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I'm not worried, i would get superpowers from the radioactive fallout.

 

Get on my level normies.

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I'm not worried, i would get superpowers from the radioactive fallout.

Get on my level normies.

I've already got superpowers m8, come at meh.

 

Nah, but seriously, nobody even cares about my area anyway, so it'll probably survive. Hint: it's the little island right near Australia.

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In a world where any one state would be MAD enough to actually lob a nuclear weapon at any other state again, let alone anywhere near here, I'd rather f*ck off and die anyway.

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I live in a sh*tty city full of these.

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Kin Jong Un would be doing everyone a favour if he nuked where I live.

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Watch the british TV-movie "Threads", when interested in this topic. It goes as far as 20 years after the bomb and shows two families living in Sheffield and how the thread of social life and family falls apart.

 

Also not to be missed is Raymond Briggs' comic-book "When the Wind blows", which also was released as an animation. It is also a must-see (or read).

 

 

 

Forget the movie "The Day After".... because I have, literally.

 

These two movies I mentioned will keep you thinking for the rest of your life.

I watched "Threads" in 1984, "The day after" also in that year. In 1987 I watched " When the Wind blows". And I never have forgotten those two movies since. There are scenes in them that will stick with you forever and ever.

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I live in a major city. It would suck to have to actually 'live' through a nuclear attack.

 

Here is a mesmerizing map of attacks that's fun tO watch.

http://map.norsecorp.com/#/

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The Norse map is subject to never-ending jokes in the information security industry. So much so that entire websites have sprung up to take the piss out of it. So I give you...The ThreatButt attribution map:

 

https://threatbutt.com/map/

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Turns out I have a better chance of surviving the blast and the radiation because I live out in the countryside, about 15-20 minutes away from the city.

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Turns out I have a better chance of surviving the blast and the radiation because I live out in the countryside, about 15-20 minutes away from the city.

Watch or read the novel "On the Beach".

You will never be able to run away from the radiation.

 

You will probably have years of darkness and nuclear fallout across the globe, never mind the radiation.

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That Tsar Bomba is f*cking terrifying. How big does it need to be, Boris?

 

Back in the day, the Nike Missile Project was used to protect major cities in the event of a nuclear strike. One of the silos protecting NYC was located in my hometown, but was obviously abandoned long before I was born. It's built-over now, but we used to go there when we were teenagers a f*ck around.

 

 

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I just enjoy playing around with different yields and air-bursts directly over Washington, DC.

it makes me kind of happy actually to know that a lot of those who would be instantly vaporized are some of the most disgusting and useless people on Earth; congressmen and their lobbyists.

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That Tsar Bomba is f*cking terrifying. How big does it need to be, Boris?

I believe there's a bomb called Satan 2 that can vaporize whole Texas, but I'm not sure it's legit.

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That Tsar Bomba is f*cking terrifying. How big does it need to be, Boris?

I believe there's a bomb called Satan 2 that can vaporize whole Texas, but I'm not sure it's legit.That's not really a thing.
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Well, it is nice to know all current US, UK, French and Russian nukes wouldn't vaporise me, flatten my house in a huge blast of air or give me third degree burns. Tsar Bomba, Castle Bravo and Ivy Mike are completely different stories lol

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Watch the british TV-movie "Threads", when interested in this topic. It goes as far as 20 years after the bomb and shows two families living in Sheffield and how the thread of social life and family falls apart.

 

Also not to be missed is Raymond Briggs' comic-book "When the Wind blows", which also was released as an animation. It is also a must-see (or read).

 

 

 

Forget the movie "The Day After".... because I have, literally.

 

These two movies I mentioned will keep you thinking for the rest of your life.

I watched "Threads" in 1984, "The day after" also in that year. In 1987 I watched " When the Wind blows". And I never have forgotten those two movies since. There are scenes in them that will stick with you forever and ever.

There are also 2 versions of a movie called "On The Beach", about how Australia copes with being the last strand of civilization before their demise comes in the form of prevailing winds moving radiation around the world towards Australia.

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The Norse map is subject to never-ending jokes in the information security industry. So much so that entire websites have sprung up to take the piss out of it. So I give you...The ThreatButt attribution map:

 

https://threatbutt.com/map/

Why that map has N Cyprus as a separate country?

 

Tried Tzar bomb with everything max on Moscow - other major cities in Russia won't be affected. Well Moscow should be enough for a start.

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If they nuke Brussels, i would survive most nukes except those tsar bombs it seems

 

If they bomb Ghent with anything more powerful then a W-87 i am also death though.

But hey, that last bomb on Ghent would have my old school in the thermal radiation radius so if school ain't out a few very very bad sh*tty teachers would die so that would be at least something :p

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Why that map has N Cyprus as a separate country?

I wouldn't read too much into it as it's a pisstake.

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Turns out I have a better chance of surviving the blast and the radiation because I live out in the countryside, about 15-20 minutes away from the city.

Watch or read the novel "On the Beach".

You will never be able to run away from the radiation.

You will probably have years of darkness and nuclear fallout across the globe, never mind the radiation.

I didn't consider that. Huh...

 

Oh, and btw, nevermind...all my hopes of survival were crushed by the Tsar bomb I just found...

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I'd love to be in OZ during such an occasion though...

 

...grab an old Leyland P76 V8 with a full tank, an eski, a dozen cans of VB or Cascade and off I would go towards the Red Centre.

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No way to drop a lil' present to mister Bashar's head?

fuuuuu

 

Anyway, I don't think I'll be affected. Neither Libya or Morocco have anything interesting. Infact the only countries that may fall victim are Saudi Arabia, UAE and Qatar (IF something happened to them).

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Somebody here explain me this logic? Boston - a city I barely hear anything from, be it in a good or a bad way - is there but Damascus - the heartland of that f*ckass Bashar - isn't there and searching for it doesn't work.

 

 

ffffffs, Can't I have some fun here?

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Sunrise Driver

Somebody here explain me this logic? Boston - a city I barely hear anything from, be it in a good or a bad way - is there but Damascus - the heartland of that f*ckass Bashar - isn't there and searching for it doesn't work.

 

 

ffffffs, Can't I have some fun here?

Just go to it "manually" like in Google Map. The whole world is there.

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Searched up Libya's Tripoli and it refused to work. I'll try Damascus again.

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