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Where's the safest place to be in the event of a nuclear holocaust on earth?

 
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Where's the safest place to be in the event of a nuclear holocaust on earth?
My feeling is, that the safest place to be is under water. Perhaps deep in the ocean. Perhaps with biodomes built down there, away from the average prying eyes...so secretive, that no one without cosmic clearance is able to go there...

Perhaps underwater cities are being built. Haven't we always heard of space craft coming out of the water?

It's just a feeling I have. Imagine what "they" aren't telling us. Denver Airport paints a picture of what that holocaust for humanity might look like. Perhaps they are building high tech bio domes under the ocean, where it would be safer from the affects of nuclear fallout and other possible biological and chemical warfare, on the surface.

Thots?
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NOT on earth of course.
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My feeling is, that the safest place to be is under water. Perhaps deep in the ocean. Perhaps with biodomes built down there, away from the average prying eyes...so secretive, that no one without cosmic clearance is able to go there...

Perhaps underwater cities are being built. Haven't we always heard of space craft coming out of the water?

It's just a feeling I have. Imagine what "they" aren't telling us. Denver Airport paints a picture of what that holocaust for humanity might look like. Perhaps they are building high tech bio domes under the ocean, where it would be safer from the affects of nuclear fallout and other possible biological and chemical warfare, on the surface.

Thots?
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A nuke-powered sub
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My feeling is, that the safest place to be is under water. Perhaps deep in the ocean. Perhaps with biodomes built down there, away from the average prying eyes...so secretive, that no one without cosmic clearance is able to go there...

Perhaps underwater cities are being built. Haven't we always heard of space craft coming out of the water?

It's just a feeling I have. Imagine what "they" aren't telling us. Denver Airport paints a picture of what that holocaust for humanity might look like. Perhaps they are building high tech bio domes under the ocean, where it would be safer from the affects of nuclear fallout and other possible biological and chemical warfare, on the surface.

Thots?

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Oh yah...I forgot about the nuke subs. In the event of a nuclear war on earth, the nuke subs will be taking aim too. So maybe underwater won't be good enough.
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Re: Where's the safest place to be in the event of a nuclear holocaust on earth?
There is no reason to think that TPTB will allow a nuclear war to occur. DOing so would make the planet uninhabitable, for them.
Thats why they will use disease, conventional warfare and famine to accomplish thier agenda.
There are weapons called neutron bombs which kill with high energy neutrons but eave the infastructure intact. There are hideous weapons, the only purpose to kill.
If there is one, the safest place to be would be on another planet. I atom of plutonium inhaled into the lungs results in cancer 100% of the time. Fallout is what caused the dramatic increase in lung cancer in the United states. Think cigarettes cause cancer? Well, most people do. The qunadry with that conclusion is that Japan has the highest percentage of cigarette smokers in the industrialized world, and the lowest incidence of lung cancer. Cigarettes were used as a scapegoat for a good reason, smokers tend to be outdoors oriented people and more likely to enhale radioactive fallout, which is still present though not in the quanities seen before. This si why lung cancer is far more common in people who lived downwind of the new mexcio desert than those who lived to the west of it during the testing. Fallout is a bad deal.
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the epicenter

you wont feel a thing :)
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Six feet under.

I hope I'm dead and gone, before it happens.
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Ground zero, you'll come back in a better place :)
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Re: Where's the safest place to be in the event of a nuclear holocaust on earth?
In a galaxy, far far away...
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I think "They", (Those in the know, like Intelligence communities) know how bad things really are. They are preparing...we know this, we've seen it.

Chemtrail spraying....weather manipulation....mass vaccinations....economy falling apart...food shortages...wars everywhere with more war looming on the horizon...

possibly triggering a global confrontation..thats what they are gearing up for. what is most disturbing is that they are culling the sheep, keeping the slaves working, buying, going into debt...they are sheltering us from the truth because they know we will panic, hence, they lose control...
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Your light will protect you.
proof? link?
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Your light will protect you.
proof? link?
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Proof of what?
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Re: Where's the safest place to be in the event of a nuclear holocaust on earth?
Trinitys bunker
Dozens of them. Armed to the teeth. I'm outnumbered. Outgunned. But the alley is crooked, dark, and very narrow. They can't surround me. Sometimes you can beat the odds with a careful choice of where to fight.



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Trinitys bunker
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What good is a bunker, really? Ever see that twighlight zone episode where the family goes down into the bunker as the earth is nuked? I barely remember it, but it got into my psyche. You would have people outside trying desperately to get in...and what about when the stored food runs out? Can you imagine the horrors, just outside your bunker? When could you ever go outside again, or see the light of day again?

The epicenter is starting to look mighty attractive.
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In our fathers hands, and prepared to meet him.
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Re: Where's the safest place to be in the event of a nuclear holocaust on earth?
My feeling is, that the safest place to be is under water. Perhaps deep in the ocean. Perhaps with biodomes built down there, away from the average prying eyes...so secretive, that no one without cosmic clearance is able to go there...

Perhaps underwater cities are being built. Haven't we always heard of space craft coming out of the water?

It's just a feeling I have. Imagine what "they" aren't telling us. Denver Airport paints a picture of what that holocaust for humanity might look like. Perhaps they are building high tech bio domes under the ocean, where it would be safer from the affects of nuclear fallout and other possible biological and chemical warfare, on the surface.

Thots?
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Any underwater place will not be a safe haven. Subs and biodomes are high technology devices which require resupply, from technologically advanced sources. The safest place will be a large land mass that is not close to a targeted area and is sparsely populated by a people that are used to living with no technology and at a low subsistence level. A place where one can hunt and farm food. It would need to have mountain areas that rise far above sea level. There are a few such places. The center of Borneo is one and Papua New Guinea is another. The region if Irian Jaya is less desirable because the population includes highly fanatical religious zealots.
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Balls Deep!

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My feeling is, that the safest place to be is under water. Perhaps deep in the ocean. Perhaps with biodomes built down there, away from the average prying eyes...so secretive, that no one without cosmic clearance is able to go there...

Perhaps underwater cities are being built. Haven't we always heard of space craft coming out of the water?

It's just a feeling I have. Imagine what "they" aren't telling us. Denver Airport paints a picture of what that holocaust for humanity might look like. Perhaps they are building high tech bio domes under the ocean, where it would be safer from the affects of nuclear fallout and other possible biological and chemical warfare, on the surface.

Thots?
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A nuke-powered sub

Any underwater place will not be a safe haven. Subs and biodomes are high technology devices which require resupply, from technologically advanced sources. The safest place will be a large land mass that is not close to a targeted area and is sparsely populated by a people that are used to living with no technology and at a low subsistence level. A place where one can hunt and farm food. It would need to have mountain areas that rise far above sea level. There are a few such places. The center of Borneo is one and Papua New Guinea is another. The region if Irian Jaya is less desirable because the population includes highly fanatical religious zealots.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 771820




But, considering the nuclear arsenal that we possess here on earth, we can blow earth to kingdom come...and no where will be safe from radiation.

Ever seen "Threads"? Fascinating movie about this subject...a nuke goes off and it even shows what the affects of radiation has on the planet

VERY disturbing movie

Threads (1984)

"Documentary style account of a nuclear holocaust and it's affect on the working class city of Sheffield, England; and the eventual long run affects of nuclear war on civilization."



[link to www.moviesfoundonline.com]


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My feeling is, that the safest place to be is under water. Perhaps deep in the ocean. Perhaps with biodomes built down there, away from the average prying eyes...so secretive, that no one without cosmic clearance is able to go there...

Perhaps underwater cities are being built. Haven't we always heard of space craft coming out of the water?

It's just a feeling I have. Imagine what "they" aren't telling us. Denver Airport paints a picture of what that holocaust for humanity might look like. Perhaps they are building high tech bio domes under the ocean, where it would be safer from the affects of nuclear fallout and other possible biological and chemical warfare, on the surface.

Thots?
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A nuke-powered sub

Any underwater place will not be a safe haven. Subs and biodomes are high technology devices which require resupply, from technologically advanced sources. The safest place will be a large land mass that is not close to a targeted area and is sparsely populated by a people that are used to living with no technology and at a low subsistence level. A place where one can hunt and farm food. It would need to have mountain areas that rise far above sea level. There are a few such places. The center of Borneo is one and Papua New Guinea is another. The region if Irian Jaya is less desirable because the population includes highly fanatical religious zealots.


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But, considering the nuclear arsenal that we possess here on earth, we can blow earth to kingdom come...and no where will be safe from radiation.

Ever seen "Threads"? Fascinating movie about this subject...a nuke goes off and it even shows what the affects of radiation has on the planet

VERY disturbing movie

Threads (1984)

"Documentary style account of a nuclear holocaust and it's affect on the working class city of Sheffield, England; and the eventual long run affects of nuclear war on civilization."



[link to www.moviesfoundonline.com]


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 Quoting: ~*Spiral Light*~


While humans may have a significant arsenal, they are not aimed at random places. There is a specific protocol for using all military weapons and the nuclear weapons that are carried on missiles are aimed at very specific targets. If bombs are dropped from planes, the planes are in general flying specific missions with the intent of destroying specific targets. There is no reason to bombard certain insignificant places. Every thing has a probability, including survival. What you want to do is identify those places that have the statistically highest probability of survival. The majority of targets for nuclear weapons are in the northern hemisphere. There is no reason to target anything near the places I have mentioned. It is true there will be a small amount of radioactive particles that will fall on just about anywhere on earth, but most of it will be in the upper atmosphere circling Europe, Canada, Russia and the US for long enough that the half life will have rendered it essentially harmless by the time it falls into the seas and sea currents carry it to these places. Also being inland away from the seas will minimize exposure to sea borne pollutants.
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Re: Where's the safest place to be in the event of a nuclear holocaust on earth?
My feeling is, that the safest place to be is under water. Perhaps deep in the ocean. Perhaps with biodomes built down there, away from the average prying eyes...so secretive, that no one without cosmic clearance is able to go there...

Perhaps underwater cities are being built. Haven't we always heard of space craft coming out of the water?

It's just a feeling I have. Imagine what "they" aren't telling us. Denver Airport paints a picture of what that holocaust for humanity might look like. Perhaps they are building high tech bio domes under the ocean, where it would be safer from the affects of nuclear fallout and other possible biological and chemical warfare, on the surface.

Thots?
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A nuke-powered sub

Any underwater place will not be a safe haven. Subs and biodomes are high technology devices which require resupply, from technologically advanced sources. The safest place will be a large land mass that is not close to a targeted area and is sparsely populated by a people that are used to living with no technology and at a low subsistence level. A place where one can hunt and farm food. It would need to have mountain areas that rise far above sea level. There are a few such places. The center of Borneo is one and Papua New Guinea is another. The region if Irian Jaya is less desirable because the population includes highly fanatical religious zealots.




But, considering the nuclear arsenal that we possess here on earth, we can blow earth to kingdom come...and no where will be safe from radiation.

Ever seen "Threads"? Fascinating movie about this subject...a nuke goes off and it even shows what the affects of radiation has on the planet

VERY disturbing movie

Threads (1984)


"Documentary style account of a nuclear holocaust and it's affect on the working class city of Sheffield, England; and the eventual long run affects of nuclear war on civilization."



[link to www.moviesfoundonline.com]


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 Quoting: ~*Spiral Light*~


Another link to this movie

[link to video.google.com]
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Re: Where's the safest place to be in the event of a nuclear holocaust on earth?
My feeling is, that the safest place to be is under water. Perhaps deep in the ocean. Perhaps with biodomes built down there, away from the average prying eyes...so secretive, that no one without cosmic clearance is able to go there...

Perhaps underwater cities are being built. Haven't we always heard of space craft coming out of the water?

It's just a feeling I have. Imagine what "they" aren't telling us. Denver Airport paints a picture of what that holocaust for humanity might look like. Perhaps they are building high tech bio domes under the ocean, where it would be safer from the affects of nuclear fallout and other possible biological and chemical warfare, on the surface.

Thots?
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A nuke-powered sub

Any underwater place will not be a safe haven. Subs and biodomes are high technology devices which require resupply, from technologically advanced sources. The safest place will be a large land mass that is not close to a targeted area and is sparsely populated by a people that are used to living with no technology and at a low subsistence level. A place where one can hunt and farm food. It would need to have mountain areas that rise far above sea level. There are a few such places. The center of Borneo is one and Papua New Guinea is another. The region if Irian Jaya is less desirable because the population includes highly fanatical religious zealots.


-------------------------------------------------------

But, considering the nuclear arsenal that we possess here on earth, we can blow earth to kingdom come...and no where will be safe from radiation.

Ever seen "Threads"? Fascinating movie about this subject...a nuke goes off and it even shows what the affects of radiation has on the planet

VERY disturbing movie

Threads (1984)

"Documentary style account of a nuclear holocaust and it's affect on the working class city of Sheffield, England; and the eventual long run affects of nuclear war on civilization."



[link to www.moviesfoundonline.com]


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While humans may have a significant arsenal, they are not aimed at random places. There is a specific protocol for using all military weapons and the nuclear weapons that are carried on missiles are aimed at very specific targets. If bombs are dropped from planes, the planes are in general flying specific missions with the intent of destroying specific targets. There is no reason to bombard certain insignificant places. Every thing has a probability, including survival. What you want to do is identify those places that have the statistically highest probability of survival. The majority of targets for nuclear weapons are in the northern hemisphere. There is no reason to target anything near the places I have mentioned. It is true there will be a small amount of radioactive particles that will fall on just about anywhere on earth, but most of it will be in the upper atmosphere circling Europe, Canada, Russia and the US for long enough that the half life will have rendered it essentially harmless by the time it falls into the seas and sea currents carry it to these places. Also being inland away from the seas will minimize exposure to sea borne pollutants.
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Very informative, thank you.





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