Public Health

  Posted on: Tuesday, August 20, 2019
New Model Agrees with Old: Nuclear War Between U.S. and Russia Would Result in Nuclear Winter
Homeland Security News Wire
Most people who lived through the nuclear age have heard of nuclear winter, in which global cooling would result from a major nuclear war. Early fears of such an outcome have been bolstered by sophisticated computer models that showed what would happen if a large number of nuclear bombs were detonated in large urban areas. The planet would grow colder due to the huge amount of smoke generated by fires ignited by the atomic blasts—the smoke would cover the entire planet for years, blocking the sun.

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