Thursday, 21 September 2017


quote [ I enjoy creating new visualizations for matters related to nuclear history and nuclear security. ]

See how your community would survive a nuclear attack. You can even select factors such as air vs. ground detonation, wind, and type of bomb.

Here is his page dedicated to the various interactive stuff he has made, the NUKEMAP is at the top.
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[by Jodan@10:26pmGMT]


midden said @ 1:22am GMT on 22nd Sep
All my life, having lived mostly around DC, I've assumed I'd be dead in the first flash, not even knowing. At least I hope so.
LurkerAtTheGate said @ 5:23pm GMT on 22nd Sep
A friend of mine was in the Navy in the 70s & 80s, and she was on the team that worked on a lot of the Nuclear-destruction simulations. She says that after working with that shit for long enough, when she got out of the Navy she chose to live somewhere that under nearly all projection models would go out in the first flash. East TN had a TNT plant, Nuclear power, a major dam, etc; Under pretty much all targeting criteria, poof.
mechanical contrivance said @ 6:00pm GMT on 22nd Sep [Score:1 Insightful]
Or live wherever you want and shoot yourself in the head when the bombs drop.
mcclint said @ 9:54am GMT on 22nd Sep
Oh good. Jacksonville is big enough that it would take a Tsar Bomba to wipe us off the map.
gendo666 said @ 6:22pm GMT on 22nd Sep
Dropped an NK bomb on Toronto ignoring fuel refineries and major industry and hit the core.
I don't even know if I woudl notice unless I was looking downtown
- or saw the black rain outside.
RokDragon said @ 7:22pm GMT on 22nd Sep
Tsar Bomba ain't no punk

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