How much do we really know about the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan? How much radiation is drifting our way to this day?
How real are the presumed threats of nuclear attacks from North Korea, Iran, Russia or China?
I believe we have far more questions than credible answers.
I’ve chosen Nuclear War Survival Skills is a DestinySurvival Pick.
This book by Cresson Kearny has been around since the mid 1980’s and is still the most comprehensive manual on the subject. What’s more, it has been updated. It’s described as “LifeSaving Nuclear Facts and Self-Help Instructions.”
The references to the Soviet Union from Cold War days may be outdated, but that doesn’t mean we won’t face nuclear threats from other countries today. Besides, could we experience nuclear plant catastrophies in the wake of earthquakes, like in Japan?
You won’t find a single source with so much solid, practical and useful information like you’ll find in this book. After all, what has the government produced lately on surviving nuclear disasters or nuclear war?
The chapters and appendices in this book discuss myths and facts about nuclear weapons, psychological preparations, evacuations, various kinds of shelters, water, food, light, radiation meters, surviving without doctors, and clothing and protective items.
The book is well written and organized, without a lot of technical jargon. Extra pictures have been added, and it includes plans for six nuclear fallout shelters and two nuclear blast shelters.
Get Nuclear War Survival Skills by clicking on its title wherever you see it linked in this post. That takes you to the page where you can place your order.
This common sense how-to manual should be in your survival library. Keep it on hand with the hope you’ll never need it. Be informed. Be ready. Then tell your coworkers and friends about it, too. It could save lives.
In the aftermath of serious fallout, such as after a nuclear attack, one health remedy is to take Potassium Iodide. It’s also called KI, which comes from its chemical symbols on the table of elements. But how much and how often should it be taken? Click here for info on Potassium Iodide.
Click here for a nutritional perspective on radiation exposure.