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  1. @MrRdt1970 yeah because scientists say lol, also your grammar is improper… "if you do the maths the unless" "in a mine 75ft min" "your will bleed". just a few pin-pointed mistakes there. how did you even get your undergrad-degree let alone scholarships or master-degrees!

  2. lol im a scientist and have laugh if you do the maths the unless you are in a mine 75 feet min the radiation will seep through norad his the right idea as for the rest of us your internals will liquify and your will bleed from every opening in your body bad way to die

  3. @StanAlter actually they would have a much better chance of surviving dangerous levels of radiation
    even if they only lived in there a week after nuc war or a reactor accident they would be better off
    than not having any shelter.

  4. Screw you all, I'd just sell my 2 million dollar house, and my Audi and then build like a 5 story underground vault protected with lead, concrete, steel, and wood and shit, I'd have around a 1000 sq feet of living space, and I'd include a giant like 3000 gas gallon generator, and 10000 galons of water, plus around 20,000 calories worth of Snickers, 30,000 of Chunky, and another 20,000 worth of like dried fruit and beef Jerky LO and a TV set, and an PS3

  5. i agree with you! im kinda crazy if u must say but im agnostic and worship aliens 0.0
    the bible speaks of the gods coming down in cylinder ships! who wouldn't think he was an alien… anyways i just started my bomb shelter yesterday in my basement… hahah…

  6. It's been like 70 years since the end of WWII and people are still dying in Japan of radiation poisoning. I don't think staying in a 7 by 10 foot building for two weeks will keep you safe.

  7. Actually, Pennsylvania has a small handful of fallout shelters that are still standing and open, though disused. There's one not even three miles from where I live.

  8. Actually, radiation shielding is achieved by the use of mass. A properly constructed above ground block construction shelter can offer quite effective fallout protection provided that it is located sufficiently far away enough from a blast that might damage the shelter and compromise the structure itself.

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