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swxx:
Interesting:

Nuclear war is much more survivable than you probably realise.
Nuclear war is much more likely than you probably realise.
Nuclear war can escalate much faster than you probably realise.

https://www.survival.org.au/nuclear-war-survival.php

gil:
#1 doesn't make me feel any better...

Gil.

swxx:
A thought: for some of us will TEOTWAWKI really be so bad as we all think? Have we much further to fall? On the other hand, if we DO still have communications and information from a few thousand km in all directions, and able to keep up those links on an ongoing basis, we'd be a lot better off than most and have something worth a huge amount of VALUE since thankfully money will all be gone and worthless, INFORMATION will be power.

gil:

--- Quote ---A thought: for some of us will TEOTWAWKI really be so bad as we all think?
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Much worse than we think IMHO. There are a LOT of things that we would miss that do not come to mind. The violence between survivors would probably be pretty bad as well. The simple lack of modern medicine would cost a lot of lives. Sure, information would help and might make all the difference, but communications would not be our primary or even secondary concern...

Gil.

KK0G:

--- Quote from: gil on August 31, 2017, 03:46:39 AM ---
--- Quote ---A thought: for some of us will TEOTWAWKI really be so bad as we all think?
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Much worse than we think IMHO. There are a LOT of things that we would miss that do not come to mind. The violence between survivors would probably be pretty bad as well. The simple lack of modern medicine would cost a lot of lives. Sure, information would help and might make all the difference, but communications would not be our primary or even secondary concern...

Gil.

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It may be sacrilege to say it here on a forum dedicated to the subject, but in a true end of the world as we know it, completely lawless, total loss of civilization, communications will likely be extremely far down the list of priorities after water, food, shelter, and security.

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