Nuclear War Simulation Shows Horrors from One Bad Decision

A team at Princeton University compiled data sets for nuclear weapons locations, yields and possible targets to animate how one tactical nuclear explosion could lead to the destruction of the United States, Europe and Russia.

They used their own research and data from NUKEMAP, which simulates detonation coverage over selected cities using Open Street maps.

90 million people are estimated to die in the first few hours of the simulated nuclear war.

Maybe they should show this at the southern border.

DANGEROUS: Zelensky called on NATO to launch preemptive nuclear strike on Russia.

Screengrab above from the Princeton Plan A simulation.

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