Nuclear Famine

The Deadly Consequences of Nuclear War
 
Nuclear Famine

Nuclear Famine

Most people and animals starve to death after smoke from nuclear firestorms creates Ice Age weather, preventing crops from being grown for many years

Why you should worry about nuclear war

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Catastrophic Environmental Consequences of Nuclear War

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The long-term environmental consequences of a nuclear war between the US and Russia could kill most humans and land animals. An India-Pakistan nuclear war could cause 2 billion people to starve to death. Nuclear war threatens all nations and peoples.

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US and Russian presidents can each order more than 800 nuclear warheads to be launched in a matter of a few minutes. The detonation of these weapons would cause “Self-Assured Destruction” for both nations, as well as most other nations and peoples, as survivors of the war would starve during a nuclear famine.


Learn the Facts About Nuclear Weapons

US and Russian Presidents can order a nuclear attack  in a few minutes or less
US and Russian Presidents can order a nuclear attack in a few minutes or less
Low-Yield vs. High-Yield Nuclear Weapons
Low-Yield vs. High-Yield Nuclear Weapons
Hiroshima-size detonation (15 kT) compared to the largest U.S. nuclear weapon tested (15,000 kT)
Smoke Surrounding the Earth after Nuclear War
Smoke Surrounding the Earth after Nuclear War

Following a large nuclear war, enormous fires created by nuclear explosions in cities cause 150 million tons of smoke to be lofted high above cloud level, into the stratosphere. The smoke quickly spreads around the world and forms a dense smoke layer which will remain in the stratosphere for many years and act to block sunlight from reaching the surface of the Earth.

Smoke from India-Pakistan nuclear war
Smoke from India-Pakistan nuclear war

Following an India-Pakistan nuclear war, enormous fires created by nuclear explosions in cities cause 5 million tons of smoke to be lofted high above the cloud level, into the stratosphere. The smoke quickly spreads around the world and forms a dense smoke layer which will remain in the stratosphere for many years and act to block sunlight from reaching the surface of the Earth.

Nuclear War Threatens Human Existence