World War 3: Here’s how to survive a nuclear blast – and the horrifying aftermath



This week, Turkish politicians said that World War 3 was ‘inevitable’ as Russia and the West clashed in Syria – echoing dark warnings from others such as former Soviet premier Mikhail Gorbachev.
There are still a huge number of nuclear weapons in active service – the Arms Control Association estimates that Russia has 7,700 weapons in service, of which 1548 are deployed on missiles and at air bases.
Man got stuck in chimney after locking his keys in his house The devastation nuclear weapons can cause is almost unimaginable – with some U.S. government projections putting casualty rates at 80%... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Hot News, Views: 50
Source: Metro
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