OT 10 top nuclear targets in US, plus...greenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) Deleted Thread : One Thread
Following list from site that has TONS of info about securing your home against nuclear war, EMP, etc. www.xsw.com/secure home BIG book available with instructions. THE TOP 10 MOST DANGEROUS NUCLEAR TARGETS IN OR NEAR A METRO AREA (there are several other primary targets not listed that are not near a major metro) 1. Washington DC /and related bases (major command and control for the President) 2. Colorado Springs, Co (Cheyenne Mtn Control Center, 2 space command/comm bases) 3. Omaha, Ne (secondary command and control bases) 4. Seattle, Wa. (Trident Missile Sub base and numerous Naval Bases) 5. Jacksonville Fl/Kings Bay Ga. (Trident Missile Sub base, Major East Coast Naval Center) 6. San Diego, Ca (largest west coast naval complex) 7. Norfolk, Va (major east coast naval complex) 8. Kansas City, Mo (Whiteman AFB, B-2 nuclear bombers) 9. Cheyenne, Wy (Warren AFB, Minute Man and Peacekeeper MX missiles) 10. Great Falls, Mt (Malmstrom AFB --Minute Man missiles)
-- Shivani Arjuna (SArjuna@aol.com), November 26, 1999
I wonder why this oe was deleted, it has bearing on a germae subject...Nuclear war! And y2k can be the trigger for such an event!
-- puzzled (puzzled @dizzy.com), December 28, 1999.
Oh gads, I am about an hour north of san diego. am i toast?
-- errrr (email@example.com), December 29, 1999.
Depends on the tonage, or like they say, "it ain't what you got, it's how you rack and stack it".
If SD gets hit by a ten or twenty Megaton warhead I'd say that your chances of coming out unscathed aren't too good. I imagine that you'll get winds up to and exceeding 200 MPH, a blast of heat hot enough to burn papers and grass, and depending on where you stand, enough Gamma and X-Ray radiation to melt your inards. Of course Gammas and X-Rays are largely blocked by a foot of dirt and four inches of concrete, so if you can, you might want to find yourself a bomb shelter if you see a "big bright flash" to the south at some time.
Just don't look directly at it...
-- (Nuke@hobbyist.com), December 29, 1999.
SUPER BOMB a>
-- AWDragon (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 09, 2000.