Nuclear War Survival Skills: Updated and Expanded 1987 Edition

This updated and expanded edition of Nuclear War Survival Skills gives instructions that have enabled untrained Americans to make high-protection-factor expedient shelters, efficient air pumps to ventilate and cool shelters…

This updated and expanded edition of Nuclear War Survival Skills gives instructions that have enabled untrained Americans to make high-protection-factor expedient shelters, efficient air pumps to ventilate and cool shelters, the only homemakeable fallout radiation meter that is accurate and dependable, and other life-support equipment. These instructions were developed by Oak Ridge National Laboratory civil defense researchers and others, and have been field tested repeatedly under simulated crisis conditions. You and your family can improve your chances of surviving during and after a nuclear attack by learning the nuclear facts and following the self-help instructions given in this book.

This edition of Nuclear War Survival Skills is produced by the Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine and is the only edition available which was formatted, approved and published under the direct supervision of the Author, Cresson Kearny. It is bound in a durable field manual style with a water resistant cover. All of the Kearny Fallout meter templates are reproduced at the correct magnification to provide accurate calibration.

This edition also contains the authors last addendum on hormesis.

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