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how to survive a nuclear war Answered

anybodywant to collaborate on this ible im gunna start working on it again

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FrozenStar

9 years ago

All you need to do is build a rocket and have large quantities of food and water as well as life support systems. Then when the war starts, launch yourself towards mars with some other people and hope to start a colony. :D If that doesn't work make a massive underground nuclear fallout shelter and live there forever.

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FrozenStargoeon

Reply 9 years ago

Haven't played it so i wouldn't know

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Kiteman

9 years ago

Be born a cockroach?

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DJ RadioKiteman

Reply 9 years ago

Did you see the myth that cockroaches would rule the earth after a nuclear war? they busted that.

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DJ RadioKiteman

Reply 9 years ago

its on mythbusters. They found out that other insects can last better than cockroaches in a nuclear war.

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NachoMahmaDJ Radio

Reply 9 years ago

. Resistance to radiation is only one part of the equation.
. Quantity - there are a lot of cockroaches. "There are about 4,000 species of cockroach..."1
. Distribution - cockroaches are everywhere. "Cockroaches live in a wide range of environments around the world."1
. Environment - cockroaches tend to hang out in protected places.
. Hardiness - "Some species are capable of remaining active for a month without food ... Some can go without air for 45 minutes ... "1
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. While not the most radiation-resistant insect, the cockroach does stand a good chance of inheriting the Earth. Looks like the common fruit fly is in the running. Most mammals are out.

1http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cockroach

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DJ Radio

9 years ago

Here is a hint: Wear a lead padded suit.

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SunbanksDJ Radio

Reply 9 years ago

For some strange reason, I have NO idea why, but when I first glanced at your comment I thought it said to wear a leopard print suit. Maybe it's just because I'm very very tired....

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Keith-Kid

9 years ago

Step 1: Evolve into cockroaches Step 2: Wait Step 3: Live the good life.

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DJ RadioKeith-Kid

Reply 9 years ago

Have you seen mythbusters? They busted the myth that cockroaches would rule the earth after a nuclear war.

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Keith-KidDJ Radio

Reply 9 years ago

Its obvious they'll settle for a democracy......

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Keith-KidKeith-Kid

Reply 9 years ago

Aw, I see I have been beaten to it numerous times.......Oh well.....

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Rock Soldier

9 years ago

Live in a lead house, surrounded by cockroaches.

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okoshima

9 years ago

step one, Head to your nearest Vault-Tec vault and live in comfort Step two. pass your GOAT test Step three. Go follow your father (played by liam neeson) step four, get mauled by these

deathclaw_model.jpg
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goeonokoshima

Reply 9 years ago

i love fallout 3 I got marrig councler on goat

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okoshimagoeon

Reply 9 years ago

i skip the goat... but also i must add, i for one welcome our new deathclaw leaders

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goeonokoshima

Reply 9 years ago

you dont the the supermutant bahemoths will rule :P

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okoshimagoeon

Reply 9 years ago

i think we hijacked the thread a little

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okoshimagoeon

Reply 9 years ago

deathclaws beat the behemoths (go look on youtube) being as their attack ignores armour

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lemonie

9 years ago

Don't let the opposition see "the big board" L

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goeonlemonie

Reply 9 years ago

you wanna collab?

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lemoniegoeon

Reply 9 years ago

If you've got some good ideas yes, I'm in. But I need something to get involved with: what have you got at the moment? L

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goeonlemonie

Reply 9 years ago

ok ill pm you the link and add you to collaborators

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CameronSS

9 years ago

Step 1: Determine what you want your last meal to be. Step 2: Eat it, because you're screwed.

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caitlinsdadCameronSS

Reply 9 years ago

wasn't it... Step 1: Place your head between your knees. Step 2: Get a firm grip around your legs so you can reach back and kiss your...world goodbye?

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NachoMahmacaitlinsdad

Reply 9 years ago

. ROFL. I used to have that poster (slightly different wording at the end), back in the '70s. I don't remember if it was UV-reactive or not, but it probably was. ;)

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goeonCameronSS

Reply 9 years ago

you want to collaborate?