Immediately After The Nuclear Explosion
March 14, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin
A nuclear explosion is one of the most devastatingly catastrophic incidents imaginable. Our normalcy bias prevents most of us from contemplating such a horrific event and therefore most people have not planned for it in any way.
The reality is that a nuclear explosion could occur, and as time goes on – the probability may be increasing.
Should a nuclear explosion happen, among the many appropriate actions that one should take, there are four immediate questions to ask, assess, and act upon to improve your odds of survival.
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