08-18-2013 05:34 PM
I would go outside, stair at it as it drops down on me (or my area) and say "Come at me, bro."
Not to be funny (well, sort of), but I would say that. I would know that there is no way I'm going to live, and wouldn't like the idea of living in a nuked place. Might as well take it like a man.
08-18-2013 07:33 PM
Sweet2525 wrote:How did you know..lol.We were right in the blast area..lol
It was a nuclear test for the most powerful us nuclear bomb(at the time) though it was the worlds biggest radiation contamination in 1945 or 1955. the deep blue crater in the middle where the initial blast was is only an island with 1 palm tree under it , it is called bikini bottom thus spongebob series was born. (FACT)
08-19-2013 01:37 PM
Well, it depends. If it's a low yield nuke, you have a slightly better chance at survival, provided you are a good distance away from ground zero or the initial blast radius. If it's not a tactical nuke or a dirty bomb and it has a high enough yield, you better be pretty far away or you're toast, and I'm talking not in the city it hits. Even if you are far away, depending on the prevailing winds, you might suffer from radiation exposure due to fallout and die slowly and painfully from the effects of radiation poisoning.
Now what would I do? Well, if it's a big bomb hitting my city, I'd just make peace with my fate, contact my closest friends and loved ones, and accept it. Really, unless you have access to a fallout shelter that is well stocked with supplies, you're toast. I guess you could try to run, and you might get lucky and have it be a dirty bomb, but that's all it is, taking a chance. Chances are, you won't even know it's coming anyway. So it's a mute point.
08-19-2013 04:37 PM
08-20-2013 01:24 PM
I would die. Duh.
EPIC this was my answer when I read the thread title, kudos 15 for you