Warhead wrote:The government also used to tell us that in the event of surviving a nuclear attack you should take the inside doors off there hinges and lean them up against a wall under the stairs. Then fill bin bags with bedding and pack it around the doors in order to protect you from the effects of nuclear fallout...
Radiation obviously wasn't as deadly back in the old days.
I live just within the 15 mile zone of a power plant, so pretty much if there's a meltdown, I'm dead. Woo!
CompulsiveCatfish wrote:OneEye589 wrote:I live just within the 15 mile zone of a power plant, so pretty much if there's a meltdown, I'm dead. Woo!
Not exactly. There would be a series of events leading up to the loss of the reactor core and any number of those events would trigger a site-area or general emergency. This in turn would involve state and local officials evaluating the situation and deciding on evacuation or shelter-in-place options.
OneEye589 wrote:I think Warhead enjoys mothers more.
And I don't know much about nuclear power plants. I just know that I can see it from my house and that a meltdown would be bad.
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