Could We Survive a Nuclear War? Here’s What Experts Say

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A nuclear war between Russia and NATO

We’ve previously mentioned the side effects of a smaller hypothetical conflict between India and Pakistan, two countries that have nuclear arsenals of similar size.

Imagine a massive conflict between Russia and NATO. The fight would be stronger and longer, and it would bring more disastrous consequences. It would take the Earth several years to recover. And not to mention, people who would survive would have to make it through each day to remember how it was before and to fight for the world to become a good place to live again.

The manufacturing of nuclear weapons might drop by almost 90% in the three to four years following a full-scale nuclear conflict between the US and Russia, which together are thought to control 90% of the world’s nuclear arsenal.

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  1. If the Nuc’s fell from the sky, you can be pretty sure your life on this planet is just about over. I have heard all sorts saying they would go underground, but for how long, to survive. Well, that’s all and good but you have to come out from that soil some time and most will agree that even if the air was breathable your food source would have vanished or ungrowable from fallout. I myself would rather just watch the biggest fireworks display ever seen to mankind and then die quickly as the fallout pummels me other than being a grounder! Gotta die sometime so I prefer the fast way from the storm.

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