Not popular, but suicide is an option if you can see the bomb's impact close enough that you know you will either be hit by a heat wave, fallout, or scavengers after the fact.
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Personally, if I knew there is going to be a bombing beforehand, I would've built a fallout shelter to hide in or bought an airplane ticket out of the city. But, if it's immediate, I would run into the attic and hope for the best.
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First, if the bomb is within the vicinity (Around 15 miles away) and you don't have time to go away, run into a stable building. After initial impact, then take off all clothes and then take a shower to remove the radioactive particles clinging to your skin and clothes. Wear white if possible to increase the reflection of radioactive rays.
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We break from Do You Know What To Do In A Nuclear Attack? to share interesting fact from one historian to you:
Today is: 30th March (GMT), in history on the 30th of March, 1972 AD the following birth happened:
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