Nuclear War Survival Skills: Updated and Expanded Edition I created the following map a number of years ago which indicates a few general regions where it appears as though it might be ‘safer’ relative to other areas based on observations from nuclear target maps coupled with radiation and wind fallout patterns via prevailing winds.
The nuclear target and fallout maps shown below are in the public domain.
They vary with regards to nuclear proliferation and opinion of the day during the time they were published years ago.
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Out of curiosity I searched for maps that would reveal nuclear targets in the United States, and I’ve posted them here for your interest.
The nuclear targets map shown above is one that I put together based on a number of factors while looking at other maps and data including military installations, nuclear weapons storage and silo locations, bases, cities, etc..I plan to re-do this map one day and will update it here… ) Nuclear Survival Preparedness: i OSAT™ [potassium iodide] protects against radioactive iodine by preventing its absorption by the thyroid gland by saturating the thyroid with stable iodine, “filling it to capacity”.Nuclear Weapons The approximate official world score… Once filled, the gland “turns off” its absorption mechanism, and it will remain off long enough for the radioactive iodine to disappear naturally.Some maps are older than others and might not represent some of the changes which have occurred since their publish, but they are still interesting to examine, especially relative to one’s own location…Note: Potassium iodide tablets will be crucial following a nuclear exchange.Its use, however, should be limited to radiation emergencies, and only when recommended by emergency response authorities.