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Nature Food: Residents of Australia and Argentina will be able to survive a nuclear war

Nature Food: Residents of Australia and Argentina will be able to survive a nuclear war

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Scientists at Rutgers University in New Jersey conducted research and came to the conclusion that the inhabitants of Australia and Argentina would survive in a nuclear war. It is these countries that will be able to survive in the event of a hypothetical nuclear war and cope with the consequences of a global catastrophe.

According to the publication Nature Food, the model of the theoretical scenario of nuclear conflict developed by scientists indicates that bombs dropped on cities will cause firestorms, and due to emissions of combustion particles, the atmosphere will be polluted, which will lead to climate change and reduce the amount of food. Experts note that if more than 150 teragrams of soot are released into the atmosphere, grain consumption will decrease by 90% in 3-4 years after the disaster. The inhabitants of Argentina and Australia, where a large number of crops are grown, will survive for the next decade after a nuclear war, the authors of the study note.

New Zealand will also be lucky, as this country will experience less impact than other states. But it is possible that this country will be flooded with crowds of refugees from regions where there is no food.

There is a 90% chance that people left on the British Isles will starve to death. In the event of a full-scale nuclear war, more than five billion people could die, and a nuclear winter would begin on the planet.

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