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When you think about prepping, what sort of disasters come to mind? In my experience, most preppers think about severe weather, extended power outages, economic crises, and so forth. But only a few think about nuclear disasters, and one reason is because of a misconception that nuclear disasters are practically impossible to survive. This isn’t true at all.
Obviously you can’t survive a nuclear blast if you’re too close to ground zero, but as long as you are several miles away you still have a chance of surviving. To improve those chances, there are a few items you need to have on hand including sandbags, plastic sheeting, and potassium iodide.
The author writes, “The media has spent decades telling us a nuclear exchange would be the end for all of civilization. Not only is this wrong but it is down right deadly advice. Most will survive the initial blast and heat yet many people will die horrible deaths that could have been avoided with little preparation. This list of ten items, some of which are common and in your home right now, are essentials for surviving a nuclear bomb with the possibility of walking away unscathed.” Follow the link below to keep reading.