How to Prepare for Radioactive Fallout

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  • This might seem like a stupid question but I havent ever dealt with nuclear emergencies so i was wondering about the oxygen in your home once you seal it up…that would mean you have a limited supply of oxygen, correct? What do you do about that? Whats the length of time you would have to stay inside for the air to be safe outside, after a nuclear fallout?

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  • Great Job!

  • How much Potassium Iodide do you use, to dissolve it in water to drink at a time?

  • Thank you for putting this information on the internet . Hopefully we will never have to face a nuclear disaster,. But with Radical Islam growing more powerful by the day, families need to be prepared.

  • Wow.. I had never even heard of a curie before. Some of this is so eerily reminiscent of the info during the cold war MAD days.

  • Thank you for taking the time to explain all of this in such an easy to understand manner. This is so valuable to all of us at this time. I am eternally grateful. May God’s Grace and Mercy keep all of us safe.

  • HokkaidoResident

    Thanks. Well written, not to mention the fact that it’s very appropriate for the time.

  • Thank you.