Where should I move if nuclear war breaks out?

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  • 1 month ago

    It would be to late to move anywhere.

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  • 1 month ago

    Mars...........

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  • 1 month ago

    make underground housing for yourself

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  • 1 month ago

    I'm guessing you haven't thought this through much. Wouldn't it be good to at least know who is nuking whom first. 

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    A tiny one room apartment about six foot down in your local cemetery.

    No where on this  planet will be a safe haven.

    Even nuclear fall out shelters are a waste of time in an all out nuclear war as the whole planet will be uninhabitable for a few thousand years or so. 

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  • Matt
    Lv 6
    1 month ago

    Away from people.

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  • 1 month ago

    into a missile silo

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  • 1 month ago

    Lets assume you are not killed in the blast.   Lets assume you did not get a full load of radiation and die from that.  Lets assume you can avoid fallout and do not die from that.    Now,   you need to go to a place where you can grow food.   Not raid grocery stores,   not find a bunker full of food,  you need to go to a place where you can grow food.    Some pacific island might work as you can get food out of the ocean,  it grows on trees and you can plant stuff.    Of course you may find you end up on an island that can support 1000 people and there are 10,000 people there.   Face it,   unless you have laid away 2-3 years of food AND already live in a place where you can grow food and are ready to do it, you most likely will not survive.  

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  • 1 month ago

      Switzerland.   

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  • Wilson
    Lv 5
    1 month ago

    The Thirlmere Aqueduct in North West England, United Kingdom

     

    The Dahuofang Water Tunnel in China,  

    The Gotthard Base Tunnel in Switzerland, 

    The Seikan Tunnel in Japan  

    The Channel Tunnel  

    The Lötschberg Base Tunnel in Switzerland  

    The Lærdal Tunnel in Norway from Lærdal to Aurland  

    The Zhongnanshan Tunnel in People's Republic of China  

    Rove Tunnel in France 

    The Big Dig road vehicle tunnel in Boston, USA

    The Gerrards Cross tunnel in England, 

    Sideling Hill Tunnel, Pennsylvania, USA 

    Williamson's tunnels in Liverpool, 

    Moffat Tunnel,   Colorado,  

    The Pennsylvania Turnpike   (Allegheny Mountain, Tuscarora Mountain, Kittatinny Mountain, and Blue Mountain)  a.k.a. Abandoned Pennsylvania Turnpike. 

    The Fredhälls road tunnel  Stockholm, Sweden,  

    New Elbe road tunnel  in Hamburg, Germany.  

    The Honningsvåg Tunnel  European route E69 in Norway  

    The Central Artery road tunnel in Boston, Massachusetts, 

    The Stormwater Management And Road Tunnel or SMART Tunnel,  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 

    The Eiksund Tunnel  on national road Rv 653 in Norway 

    Gerrards Cross railway tunnel, in England,  

    The Fenghuoshan tunnel,   Qinghai-Tibet railway 

    The La Linea Tunnel in Colombia,  South America.  

    The Chicago Deep Tunnel  

    New York City Water Tunnel No. 3,  

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