- You can start by using this interesting blast zone calculator to see how your area would fare during an attack.
- And learn the basics about a nuclear attack here.
- The government offers some basic info on nuclear preparedness as well.
- On the flip side, here is a more realistic opinion on nuclear war survival.
- There are several preparedness websites with info on nuclear preps (examples here, here, and here).
- Apparently Kansas City is the best place to survive a nuclear attack. And these are the cities you don't want to be in. There are also several countries that are drawing preppers who are seeing nuclear war in the future as well as many billionaires who are prepping for whatever disaster may happen.
- Here is a nuclear preparedness checklist.
- And a big list of WHO nuclear prep resources.
Whether we are facing a nuclear attack, you live near a nuclear plant, or the threat of a dirty bomb is a possibility, having a general overview of nuclear/radiological preparedness is good knowledge to have.