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Surviving A Nuclear Attack
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Surviving A Nuclear Attack
Irwin Redlener gives a chilling TED Talk on the history of atomic weaponry and outlines what would happen should a small nuclear device be detonated in the financial district of New York City.


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Posted by nova on May 9, 2012
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