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Nuclear shelter

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  1. Asimzranger

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    @Zibago fallout in real life bro get to vault 111
     
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    Hope so
     
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    insha'Allah
     
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    What's vault 111
     
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    It's a game about post nuclear war fallout 4 where you as a player is cryogenic slept for hundred years and woke up in post apocalyptic world.
     
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    I got nothing to worry about smoothskin :-)

    Um actually fallout 4 was the crappiest entry of the series
     
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    What the hell. Everyone is talking sh!t but no one bothered about the topic. I am very interested in learning from threads on such topics, but can we contribute something to pdf or its just bandwidth mukaao muhim ??

    @The Eagle ...
     
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    Stock up on non-perishable food. Non-perishables can last several years, whether it's in storage or in sustaining you after an attack. Choose items that contain a lot of carbohydrates, so you get more caloric bang for your buck, and store them in a cool, dry place.
    • White rice
    • Wheat
    • Beans
    • Sugar
    • Honey
    • Oats
    • Pasta
    • Powdered milk
    • Dried fruits and vegetables
    • Build your supply slowly. Every time you go to the grocery store, pick up one or two more items for your food storage. Eventually, you should be able to build up a multi-month supply.
    • Make sure you have a can opener for canned items.

    1. Seek shelter immediately. Aside from the geopolitical warning signs, your first warnings of an imminent nuclear attack will most likely be an alarm or warning signal; if not, it will be the blast itself. The bright light from a detonation of a nuclear weapon can be seen tens of miles away from ground zero. If within the vicinity of the blast (or ground zero), your chances of survival are virtually nonexistent unless you are in a shelter that provides a very (VERY) good blast protection. If you are a few miles out, you will have about 10-15 seconds until the heat wave hits you, and maybe 20-30 seconds until the shock wave does. Under no circumstances should you look directly at the fireball. On a clear day, this can cause temporary blindness at very large distances.[7] However, the actual damage radius is highly variable depending on the size of the bomb, the altitude of the explosion, and even the weather conditions at the time of the blast.[8]
      • If you can't find shelter, seek a depressed area nearby and lay face down, exposing as little skin as possible. If there is no shelter of this kind, dig as fast as possible. Even around 8 kilometers (5 miles) you will suffer third degree thermal-burns; still at 32 kilometers (20 miles) the heat can burn the skin off your body. The wind itself will peak at around 960 kilometers per hour (600mph) and will level anything or anybody caught in the open.
      • Failing the above options, get indoors, if, and only if, you can be sure that the building will not suffer significant blast and heat damage. This will, at least, provide some protection against radiation. Whether this will be a viable option depends on the construction of the building and how close you will be to the likely ground zero of a nuclear strike. Stay well away from any windows, preferably in a room without one; even if the building does not suffer substantial damage, a nuclear explosion will blow out windows at enormous distances. For an example, one (albeit abnormally large) nuclear test in the Novaya Zemlya archipelago in Russia was known to knock out windows in Finland and Sweden.
      • If residing in Switzerland or Finland, check if your home has an atomic shelter. If not, determine where your village/town/district atomic shelter is and know how to get there. Remember: anywhere in Switzerland, you'll be able to find an atomic shelter. When the sirens sound in Switzerland, you are advised to inform those who may not be able to hear it (e.g. the deaf) and then listen to the National Radio Services (RSR, DRS and/or RTSI).
      • Don't be surrounded by anything flammable or combustible. Substances like nylon or any oil based material will ignite from the heat.

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      Remember that radiation exposure could cause large numbers of deaths.
      • Initial (prompt) radiation. This is radiation released at the moment of detonation, and it is short-lived and travels short distances. With the large yields of modern nuclear weapons, it is thought that this will kill few who would not be killed by the blast or heat at the same distance.[9]
      • Residual radiation. Known as radiation fallout. If the detonation was a surface blast or the fireball hits the earth, large amounts of fallout occurs. The dust and debris kicked into the atmosphere rains down, bringing with it dangerous amounts of radiation. The fallout may rain down as contaminated black soot known as "black rain," which is very fatal and may be of extreme temperature. Fallout will contaminate anything it touches.

        Once you have survived the blast and the initial radiation (for now at least; radiation symptoms have an incubation period), you must find protection against the burning black soot.

     
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    Sigh..... and as per their standards moderation is biased. Do you expect anything else?
     
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    Non perishable goods such
    Canned food
    Botteled water(water purification tabs also)
    Local preserved food(achar/qurut etc)
    First aid kid(someone on family should have first aid traning)
    Various currency
    Every person in family member should know where to meet up when conditions worsen.

    Every town/city has a government structure specily made to take on damage, evacuate there.
    Moving towards west would be better in case of war.
     
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    How would your mother look like after a nuclear war?
     
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    cancers no food or water literally a human stew
     
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    Okyyy thanks
     
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    That's really helpful bro