You Are Ready To Fly Now! If You've Got Everything Together... You ARE Ready!
Since most of you men live in brick homes, if a warning is given to vacate a city that incoming missiles will arrive within an hour, and you do not live in the city at ground zero for so many miles, but live out past the suburbs, then, do you really want to chance a panic run and get caught on the highway with scared, frightened people thinking only of getting as far away as possible? If you do run as such, then you just may run right into another incoming missile as the enemy will pulverize the entire area with them. If one vehicle breaks down in the panic run, then a crash occurs, there will then be a bottleneck and no one gets out. There will also be heart attacks, panic attacks, and other problems that will ensue and cause the escape route to be congested. Remember the flight from Paris in World War II, as the Nazis marched into Paris.
Evacuating into the open may invite small to serious radiation after the Flash wave with its burning heat passes; then, the blast wave arrives, but if you are more than 25 miles or more from a 15 kiloton or 30 kiloton nuclear bomb blast, you will know by 2 minutes passing and the earth rumbling. In the air, the blast wave takes about 5 seconds to travel 1 mile; in the ground, if a surface or near surface burst, the blast wave travels faster and you would notice the earth rumbling and quaking. This is warning that something has hit the area and you should get in a culvert, basement shelter; or, if on piers, under your house with a shovel and house jack. Knowing that an attack is going to be imminent, cut boards and nail them around the outside to help keep out the fallout when it arrives; you could dig a trench for at least three feet or more; lie in it, and cover self with dirt. If caught out in the open, you can do the same under your vehicle, piling the dirt up to the floorboards of the vehicle. Get into the trench and dig more, heaping more dirt up and around the underside of the vehicle. We will divide into teams of 4 each, assuming that is how many are in our trucks, cars, etc.,. We will pantomine driving off the highway, stopping the vehicle, marking quickly around it; then, driving it past the marks. Where the outline is, we will dig a 3 foot or more trench, depending upon the time element. Then, moving the car back over the dugout trench, we will slide under and into the trench as we have already piled three or more feet of solid earth, packed down into a square or rounded mound, protecting us from fallout. The dugout protects us from beneath and from the sides. The mound of dirt up to the floor of the vehicle, protects us from the sides and the vehicle with windows rolled up and room and floor, will protect us from the top. However, I feel it best to cover, if possible, with several inches of dirt, our bodies. If an attack occurs a number of miles from your city area and you are in a building; go immediately to the center of the structure and lie flat in a hall with no windows. All this demands, and that is why you are here, to know what to do—do it, and have your meters with you. I recommend the Inspector EXP Pancake Meter, the NukeAlert ER, and the RadTriage card; also, if a fire breaks out, you definitely want to have the Carbon Monoxide indicators, too! Have them on or with you all the time within the next 6 to 8 months. Stay there for hours—days up to 3 to 4 weeks, if your meters indicate heavy radioactivity as the fallout cloud passes. It would be wise to have a small backpack jammed with foodbars and water, so you can Shelter in Place. This would also be if you are in a department store; simply go to their basement. By staying on your job and knowing what to do you will not evacuate into the open, with possibly disastrous results. Do not expect any help from anybody! The United States, the Free World, everywhere, will be going up in smoke and flames and radioactivity. You men from America, your government won't know what to do if 500 nuclear warheads pound the states. All of you here, will have to be your own first responders and you are learning what to do; how to do it; when to do it! The most important thing is to have, know, understand, and USE your meters. All this training will do you no good if you think, and this will happen, 'I don't have a meter, but I have sheltered for several weeks, applied the 7/10 rule Dr. "B" taught me, and it should be safe to go out from here.' But, the enemy will hit from another direction; then another, and another, such that they will cross-section an area, and you just may run into another Plume of Radioactivity!
Citizens should seriously examine the advanced training and reasoning of local government or industrial officials if they are planning evacuations and the circumstances that would activate an evacuation.Have the ruling authorities considered the public evacuation routes that will be given are known to the enemy and may have more attacks planned to destroy humanity when out in the unprotected open; have they considered the traffic jams that will create a high density of people for the kill? The same is true of the sheltering places the authorities may direct the masses to go to prior to the incoming missiles' detonations. They are not likely to have provisions such as water, food, medicines for masses of people located here; nor protection if they are directed to 'out of the way' places, such as stadiums, which happened with Katrina. This provides an additional target for the enemy. It is an attractive target of concentrated mankind just ripe for terrorists who want to kill a mass amount of people at once! In the immediate above, there is no protection from gamma radiation or infiltration of radionuclide particles at these receiving areas. Hence, if such is the case where you are at a distance from the detonations, 'Shelter In Place' as given elsewhere in this document.
"Although very low, this exposure rate is about six or more times higher than natural background radiation, and will give a visible and audible indication on any Geiger counter instrument, especially those expensive 'pagers' with which many responders are being trained. Many responders trained today would be unduly alarmed at such indications of radiation intensity and would not be able to perform. I do not recommend for responders the types of rate meters or dosimeters that alarm and frighten responders and the public in the mR/hour, or mR exposure, regions."It does not take much imagination to see what will occur if a genuine incident, with areas of actually high radiation, takes place in America. Injuries and deaths from panic will be far greater than any caused by the actual radiation. Getting a meter and reading the meter does not mean anything unless you know what levels are dangerous and what the levels imply! And this takes much study...much work...much thinking. You will immediately see this when you read and study Dr. Allen Brodsky's book, and other intelligence data on this subject. Things have to be put together in regard to exposure time, distancing, and more.
(a) by use of previously canned or powdered milk; (b) by feeding cows on uncontaminated fodder and curtailing grazing; and (c) by processing contaminated milk for later use when radioactivity of the iodines present has decayed to negligible amounts.