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The primary targets will likely be military installations, while a secondary wave will broaden in scope.
Also, it may seem like there are more ‘red dots’ on the map than any probable nuclear attack, but believe it or not, there could potentially be more – given the many thousands of nuclear weapons in Russia (for example).Many users are at risk of becoming ill with stomach bugs, according to the consumer group Which?It warned that 'qwerty tummy', named after the first six letters on a keyboard, could sweep through workplaces after tests on equipment in its own London offices showed alarming results.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.The first and second wave could be all over in minutes to an hour (point being – it will be fast).
Okay, that said, lets look at a few target and fallout maps…
No doubt I’ve missed a number of them, as well as other probable strategic locations, but it’s simply food-for-thought.
The large target ‘blob’ areas shown within the apparent sparsely populated regions of Montana, N.
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.
Some believe that a nuclear first strike will ‘first’ involve a salvo of EMP detonations at high altitude (potentially via orbiting satellites, or launched from submarines or even off-shore freighters).