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While watching Youtube out of boredom today I ran across this site http://www.nuclearsecrecy.com/nukemap/ which allows you to select a location and detonate a nuclear weapon on said location and then see via a color coded overlay the distances and affects of the detonation.
You can chose from a list of historical nukes or enter a kiloton variable of your own.
This might come in handy for preppers interested in knowing survival likelihood if a weapon goes of near them, or for that bored prepper wanting to kill some time on line.
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I'm pretty safe. No major cities, and even if Washington were to be hit with a Tsar Bomba nothing would come close to me
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hmmm looks like 2.63 kt is about the most efficient bomb size.... a carpet bombing pattern with that size seems like it would do more damage than even the biggest preset choice.
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While watching Youtube out of boredom today I ran across this site http://www.nuclearsecrecy.com/nukemap/ which allows you to select a location and detonate a nuclear weapon on said location and then see via a color coded overlay the distances and affects of the detonation.
You can chose from a list of historical nukes or enter a kiloton variable of your own.
This might come in handy for preppers interested in knowing survival likelihood if a weapon goes of near them, or for that bored prepper wanting to kill some time on line.

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Found this a few months ago I think. Played with it for about an hour!
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Nice tool, good to know
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