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Dec 16 2006, 4:24 AM ESTA lot of factors influence wether or not nuclear winter is going to be a big problem. It really depends on how many nukes went off and how big they were. Were they air-bursts or did they explode on the ground? [This isn't completely clear as yet.]
Air-bursts don't create nearly as much fallout.
If the nukes were around 100 kilotons and limited to the big cities of the US, the "nuclear winter" effects may not be as pronounced.
That doesn't mean that radiation won't be a serious problem for many years to come. Do you find this valuable?
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