How To Survive a Nuclear Bomb 1
O.K. so what’s the plan, smart guy, you’re saying. Well here we go. Should something this terrible happen the plan is quite simple, shelter in place until an all clear or information about a rescue is given then follow those instructions. That’s it, we’re done.
Of course we’re not done. I’ll restate it, we are discussing a starting point. If you do the points on this plan you may sleep a little easier or it may spur you to do more. My hope here is that you do something. Of course if the majority of the US and the world for that matter is destroyed then you’re going to need a lot more than this but if not, these steps will help you survive a shelter in place situation until help arrives.
I want to address the very last thing I wrote before I started the list, that this may just be unnecessary. Well I don’t think it is. If, God forbid, a disaster like this were to happen I believe it is survivable and that you and I are going to have to play a part it that.
On August 9, 1945 Tsutomu Yamaguchi survived the dropping of a nuclear bomb on the town of Nagasaki, Japan,,, 2 days after he survived the nuclear bomb dropped on him in the town of Hiroshima. He went on to live some 65 more years. And last I checked Japan was a thriving, modern nation.
So just wait for help, you scoff...Yes, that’s it. Again if it’s TOTAL Global destruction then we’re all in trouble, if not there will be help from the outside, our Government or someone else’s. Your job in all of this is to take care of yourself and your loved ones until that help arrives. This part of the plan that we can most go deeper on later.
Here’s a little on Tsutomu Yamaguchi:
Written By Shawn Holton