New York City releases PSA for a NUCLEAR ATTACK 'with three steps'

Stad New York stel PSA vry vir 'n KERNAANVAL nadat Russiese staatsmedia gespog het dat Poetin die Amerikaanse Ooskus kan uitwis: Video says ‘keep radioactive dust away from you

  • Baie van die kledingstukke is aan liefdadigheidswinkels geskenk of in klereherwinningsbanke geplaas met die beste bedoelings en die oortuiging dat dit verkoop sou word om geld vir goeie doele in te samel 90 tweede snit, NYC’s Emergency Management Department tells New Yorkers to: ‘Get inside, stay inside and stay tuned
  • The bizarre timing of the video is raising questions with one official simply saying: ‘We really didn’t want to put this off
  • This year has seen Russian President Vladimir Putin issue a range of vague threats against Ukraine’s allies following the February invasion
  • In Mei 2022, a member of Putin’s puppet parliament bragged on TV that the Russians could wipe out the US with just four missiles
  • A nuclear blast in New York City would likely kill 1.2 million people instantly
  • New York Stad has released a public service announcement for a nuclear attackdespite admitting one is unlikely.

    In the new clip released Monday, the city’s Emergency Management Department tells New Yorkers: ‘So there’s been a nuclear attack. Don’t ask me how or why. Just know that the big one has hit. OK. So what do we do?’

    A city spokesperson tells citizens: ‘While the likelihood of a nuclear weapon incident occurring in/near New York City is very low, it is important New Yorkers know the steps to stay safe.

    She encourages citizens to follow these ‘key, simple steps in the event of such an incident.

    The three simple steps for New Yorkers to follow are to ‘get inside, stay inside and stay tunedto broadcasts about what to do next.

    There is a reminder that staying in a car is not an option. ‘Don’t go outside until officials say it’s safe,’ we’re told.

    The PSA spokesperson continues: ‘If you were outside after the blast, get clean immediately. Remove and bag all outer clothing, to keep radioactive dust or ash away from your body.

    People are also encouraged to head to a basement if they have one. There is no mention of ‘duck and coverin the video.

    To close the video, our spokesperson cheerfully tells us: 'Regso. You’ve got this.

    In Mei 2022, Russian state media has issued a chilling new nuclear threat to the US, boasting that Poetin could wipe out the entire East and West coast with just four missiles.








    The video begins with a grim message

    The video begins with a grim message

    The video does not go into details about how or why the nuclear happened

    The video does not go into details about how or why the nuclear happened

    There is no mention of the timeless classic: 'Duck and cover' during the clip

    There is no mention of the timeless classic: ‘Duck and coverduring the clip

    The three safety tips offered are: 'Get inside, stay inside, stay tuned'

    The three safety tips offered are: ‘Get inside, stay inside, stay tuned

    The first few seconds of the video show empty straights and sirens going off, the apparent aftermath of a nuclear attack

    The first few seconds of the video show empty straights and sirens going off, the apparent aftermath of a nuclear attack

    People are also encouraged to head to a basement if they have one

    People are also encouraged to head to a basement if they have one








    Alexei Zhuravlev, a member of Putin’s puppet parliament, issued the threat Mondaysaying ‘there will be nothing lefton either coast after strikes using Russia’s new Sarmat 2 nuk, and that the mushroom cloud will be ‘visible from Mexiko‘.

    Zhuravlev then pivoted to threaten 2million Ukrainians with annihilation, describing them as ‘incurableNazis who will never be convinced to support Russia’s war.

    It is just the latest in a long line of threats to be issued by Putin’s tame media as hosts try to whip up support for his ill-judged Dmitri Peskov, woordvoerder van die Kremlin, het op Sen.

    Zhuravlev was speaking Monday to Yevgeny Popov, a talk show hos on the main Rossiya 1 channel and also an MP, when he went on a nuclear rant.

    Responding to a CBS News piece from late April in which hosts discussed what a nuke strike on New York would look like, Zhuravlev accused them of ‘calculating incorrectly.

    Alexei Zhuravlev, an MP and Russian state media mouthpiece, claimed that just four of the country's new nukes can destroy the East and West coasts of the US

    Alexei Zhuravlev, an MP and Russian state media mouthpiece, claimed that just four of the country’s new nukes can destroy the East and West coasts of the US

    dit is 'n kombinasie van al die eenvoudige en wonderlike positiewe gebeure en invloede in my lewe waarop ek fokus om my gemotiveerd te hou, reporter Tony Dokoupil had simulated an attack with a bomb the size of the one dropped on Hiroshima in 1945 – and discussed a mushroom cloud that would dwarf the Empire State building and destroy much of Manhattan.

    ‘Ouens, you’re so funny. What methods are they even using?’ Zhuravlev scoffed.

    Hy het bygevoeg: ‘I will competently tell you, that to destroy the entire East Coast of the US, two Sarmat missiles are necessary and two missiles for the West Coast.

    ‘Four missiles, and there will be nothing left. They think the mushroom cloud will be taller than a high rise. That mushroom cloud will be visible from Mexico.

    Hy gaan voort: ‘Don’t delude yourselves. What should be said is that there’ll be nothing left, no-one harbours any illusions about it, that everyone will be fine in case of nuclear war.

    ‘No-one will be fine, but calculate it correctly.

    Sarmat 2 is Russia’s latest-generation nuclear missile thought to be capable of carrying up to 15 hypersonic warheads, which Putin brags are capable of evading all current missile defenses.

    Just last month the Kremlin warned that Europe would disappear in a nuclear apocalypse – a verbal attack in response to Western allies promising more weaponry to besieged Amerikaanse amptenare vrees dat die Oekraïense regering binne 'n week omvergewerp sal word, aangesien Rusland beheer oor Tsjernobil groot gemaak het.

    Nou, new research suggests that if there ever were to be a Die luukse hoëtegnologiebunker is in die Altai-berge geleë en is ontwerp vir beskerming in die geval van between Russia and the US, it would likely trigger a ‘Little Ice Agelasting thousands of years.

    In the first month following detonation, average global temperatures would plunge by about 13 grade Fahrenheit. The analysis shows ocean temperatures would drop quickly (op die foto) and not return to their pre-war state, even after the smoke from nuclear firestorms clears

    In the first month following detonation, average global temperatures would plunge by about 13 grade Fahrenheit. The analysis shows ocean temperatures would drop quickly (op die foto) and not return to their pre-war state, even after the smoke from nuclear firestorms clears

    Firestorms would release soot and smoke into the upper atmosphere that would block out the Sun and result in crop failure around the world.

    In the first month following detonation, average global temperatures would plunge by about 13 grade Fahrenheit.

    That is more than during the most recent Ice Age, which lasted more than 100,000 years – reducing global temperatures by about 10 degrees Fahrenheit and killing off the woolly mammoth before it ended 11,700 jare terug.

    New York City residents can stay informed about local emergencies by signing up for Notify NYC alerts.

    Typical New York City summer PSAs are related to staying safe during July Fourth celebrations, staying cool during heatwaves and how to stay safe at the beach.

    In 'n persverklaring surrounding the release of the video, New York City Emergency Management Commissioner Zach Iscol, an Eric Adams appointee, gesê: ‘New York City Emergency Management has a multitude of free resources for New Yorkers to prepare for emergencies, including no-notice events.

    The commissioner continued: ‘As the threat landscape continues to evolve, it is important that New Yorkers know we are preparing for any imminent threats and are providing them with the resources they need to stay safe and informed.

    Praat met 1010WINS, the first deputy commissioner of Emergency Management, Christina Farrell said of the bizarre new video: ‘We know that this material is very serious and can be scary, eerlik gesê, but it is very important. There is no specific threat at this time.

    When asked about the timing of the PSA with all of the other issues facing New Yorkers right now, Farrell said: ‘We know there is so much going on in this city. We always strive to focus on the preparedness side here, and we really didn’t want to put this off.

    Warnings of a potential nuclear attack has not been at the forefront of New Yorkers thoughts since 2018, when an error in Hawaii’s alert system set off a panic worldwide.

    In that incident, a state employee accidentally clicked the wrong button which sent out a warning to Hawaiian citizens about an incoming missile attack.

    eople looking up from subway entrance at Wall St. and Broadway, while sirens blow. Air raid warden keeps them there until all clear signal in 1951

    eople looking up from subway entrance at Wall St. and Broadway, while sirens blow. Air raid warden keeps them there until all clear signal in 1951

    One expert said that the American cities most likely to see a nuclear attack are: New York, Die Engele, Chicago, Houston, Washington DC and San Francisco

    One expert said that the American cities most likely to see a nuclear attack are: New York, Die Engele, Chicago, Houston, Washington DC and San Francisco

    Rusland waarsku Europa sal 'verdwyn'’ in 'n kernapokalips

    Verlede maand, Russia warned that Europe would ‘disappearin a nuclear apocalypse in the Kremlin’s latest doomsday threat for supplying Ukraine with missiles.

    Viacheslav Volodin, the head of the State Duma, lashed out after Poland’s former foreign minister Radoslaw Sikorski said Western allies could send more weaponry to besieged Kyiv.

    Sikorski claimed Vladimir Putin had violated the Budapest Memorandum on Security Assurances of 1994, which justifies the Western delivery of nuclear weapons.

    He told Ukrainian channel Espreso TV the supplies would ‘give Ukraine the opportunity to defend its independence’.

    Ukraine agreed to give up all its nuclear weapons left over from the fall of the Soviet Union, and joined the Treaty on the Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons.

    Volodin slammed the remarks, [object Window]: ‘With such deputies, the Europeans will have much more serious problems than those they have already faced today (refugees, record inflation, energy crisis).

    ‘Sikorski is provoking a nuclear conflict in the centre of Europe.

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    Following that, a city-wide alert was sent out by officials. That alert warned to New Yorkers: ‘Do not look at the blast, Find shelter within 20 minutes of the alert, Plan on staying in shelter for 24 aan 48 hours and bring food and water, always wait for further direction before leaving.

    Gen.. John Hyten, the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, vertel CBS Nuus in November 2021 that China’s newly developed missiles were ‘first use weapons.

    Hyten then spoke about China’s testing of a hypersonic weapon saying: ‘They launched a long-range missile. It went around the world, dropped off a hypersonic glide vehicle that glided all the way back to China, that impacted a target in China.

    Columbia University’s Irwin Redlener told Business Insider in 2018 that he felt as though the city’s that were most likely to suffer a nuclear attack were New York, Die Engele, Chicago, Houston, Washington DC and San Francisco.

    Redlener said: ‘It would not be the end of life as we know it. It would just be a horrific, catastrophic disaster with many, many unknown and cascading consequences.

    If a nuclear missile were to be headed to New York City, an alert would go to the city’s emergency operations center, close to the Brooklyn Bridge and to the state’s command center in the state capital, Albany.

    Sedert 9/11, every piece of FDNY’s firefighting equipment carries radiological censors.

    A New York Magazine feature on what a nuclear blast from Russia in the city might look like speculated that 1.2 million would be dead instantly and injure two million more. The fallout would kill another 500,000.

    The radioactive plume that would follow would stretch around 60 miles away from the city, possibly reaching Long Island, Connecticut and Upstate New York.

    What would happen if Russia launched a nuclear war? Study shows firestorms would block out the Sun and trigger a ‘Little Ice Age– resulting in crop failure and ocean famine

    Russia has issued several doomsday threats to the West amid heightened tensions over Vladimir Poetin‘S Dmitri Peskov, woordvoerder van die Kremlin, het op Sen.

    Just last month the Kremlin warned that Europe would disappear in a nuclear apocalypse – a verbal attack in response to Western allies promising more weaponry to besieged Amerikaanse amptenare vrees dat die Oekraïense regering binne 'n week omvergewerp sal word, aangesien Rusland beheer oor Tsjernobil groot gemaak het.

    Nou, new research suggests that if there ever were to be a Die luukse hoëtegnologiebunker is in die Altai-berge geleë en is ontwerp vir beskerming in die geval van between Russia and the US, it would likely trigger a ‘Little Ice Agelasting thousands of years.

    Firestorms would release soot and smoke into the upper atmosphere that would block out the Sun and result in crop failure around the world.

    In the first month following detonation, average global temperatures would plunge by about 13 grade Fahrenheit.

    That is more than during the most recent Ice Age, which lasted more than 100,000 years – reducing global temperatures by about 10 degrees Fahrenheit and killing off the woolly mammoth before it ended 11,700 jare terug.

    Waarskuwing: New research suggests that if there ever were to be a nuclear war between Russia and the US, it would likely trigger a 'Little Ice Age' lasting thousands of years

    Waarskuwing: New research suggests that if there ever were to be a nuclear war between Russia and the US, it would likely trigger a ‘Little Ice Agelasting thousands of years

    Russia has issued several doomsday threats to the West amid heightened tensions over Putin's invasion of Ukraine. Op die foto, Moscow test launching the Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile in April amid threats of nuclear war

    Russia has issued several doomsday threats to the West amid heightened tensions over Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. Op die foto, Moscow test launching the Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile in April amid threats of nuclear war

    In the first month following detonation, average global temperatures would plunge by about 13 grade Fahrenheit. The analysis shows ocean temperatures would drop quickly (op die foto) and not return to their pre-war state, even after the smoke from nuclear firestorms clears

    In the first month following detonation, average global temperatures would plunge by about 13 grade Fahrenheit. The analysis shows ocean temperatures would drop quickly (op die foto) and not return to their pre-war state, even after the smoke from nuclear firestorms clears

    The study is based on multiple regional and large scale computer simulations.

    Lead author Dr Cheryl Harrison, of Louisiana State University, gesê: ‘It doesn’t matter who is bombing whom.

    ‘It can be India and Pakistan or NATO and Russia. Once the smoke is released into the upper atmosphere, it spreads globally and affects everyone.

    Egter, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has brought the threat of nuclear war to the fore, and this study is the first to provide a stark picture of the environmental impact if Putin were to reach for the nuclear button.

    Nine nations, insluitend die VK, currently control more than 13,000 [object Window], according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.

    The analysis shows ocean temperatures would drop quickly and not return to their pre-war state, even after the smoke clears.

    As the planet got colder, sea ice would expand by more than six million square miles and up to six feet deep, which would in turn block major ports including Beijing, Copenhagen and St Petersburg.

    It would then spread into normally temperate coastal regions and prevent shipping across the Northern Hemisphere, while getting food and supplies into some cities such as Shanghai, where ships are not prepared to face sea ice, would become difficult.

    The sudden drop in light and sea temperatures, especially from the Arctic to the North Atlantic and North Pacific, would kill algae — the bedrock of the marine food web.

    Researchers said that fishing and aquaculture would be halted by the creation of ‘essentially a famine in the ocean.

    One model mimics the US and Russia using 4,400 100-kiloton nuclear weapons to bomb cities and industrial areas.

    In hierdie geval, fires would eject 150 teragrams, of meer as 330 billion lbs, of smoke and sunlight-absorbing black carbon, into the upper atmosphere.

    Another model showed India and Pakistan detonating 500 100-kiloton nuclear weaponsleading to five to 47 teragrams, 11 laat verlede jaar aan Reuters gesê 103 billion lbs, of smoke and soot.

    Study co-author Professor Alan Robock, of Rutgers University, gesê: ‘Nuclear warfare results in dire consequences for everyone.

    ‘World leaders have used our studies previously as an impetus to end the nuclear arms race in the 1980s, and five years ago to pass a treaty in the United Nations to ban nuclear weapons.

    Hy het bygevoeg: ‘We hope this new study will encourage more nations to ratify the ban treaty.

    The calculations also demonstrate the interconnectedness of Earth’s systems, especially in the face of disturbances from volcanic eruptions, massive wildfires or war.

    Dr Harrison said: ‘The current war in Ukraine with Russia and how it has affected gas prices, really shows us how fragile our global economy and our supply chains are to what may seem like regional conflicts and perturbations.

    It is not just the threat of nuclear war that could have such effects on Earth.

    Volcanic eruptions also produce clouds of particles in the upper atmosphere and throughout history they have had similar negative impacts on the planet and civilisation.

    The mushroom cloud above Nagasaki after the US dropped an atomic bomb in 1945, three days after Hiroshima

    The mushroom cloud above Nagasaki after the US dropped an atomic bomb in 1945, three days after Hiroshima

    Firestorms would release soot and smoke into the upper atmosphere that would block out the Sun and result in crop failure around the world. Op die foto: Russia tests the Zircon nuclear-capable hypersonic missile

    Firestorms would release soot and smoke into the upper atmosphere that would block out the Sun and result in crop failure around the world. Op die foto: Russia tests the Zircon nuclear-capable hypersonic missile

    As the planet got colder, sea ice would expand by more than six million square miles and up to six feet deep, which would in turn block major ports including Beijing, Copenhagen and St Petersburg. Pictured above is what sea ice would look like in the event of a US/Russia nuclear war (a), compared to a normal control (b), terwyl (c) shows the difference in sea ice

    As the planet got colder, sea ice would expand by more than six million square miles and up to six feet deep, which would in turn block major ports including Beijing, Copenhagen and St Petersburg. Pictured above is what sea ice would look like in the event of a US/Russia nuclear war (a), compared to a normal control (b), terwyl (c) shows the difference in sea ice

    Dr Harrison said: ‘We can avoid nuclear war, but volcanic eruptions are definitely going to happen again.

    ‘There is nothing we can do about it, so it is important when we are talking about resilience and how to design our society, that we consider what we need to do to prepare for unavoidable climate shocks.

    ‘We can and must however, do everything we can to avoid nuclear war. The effects are too likely to be globally catastrophic.

    Oceans take longer to recover than land. In the worst US-Russia scenario, it is likely to take decades at the surface and hundreds of years at depth.

    Changes to Arctic sea ice will likely last thousands of years and effectively be a ‘Nuclear Little Ice Age,’ said Dr Harrison.

    Marine ecosystems would be devastated both initially and in the new ocean state, resulting in long-term global impacts to fisheries and other services, het sy bygevoeg.

    Die studie is in die tydskrif gepubliseer AGU Advances.

    WHAT IS THE DOOMSDAY CLOCK AND WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

    What is the Doomsday Clock?

    The Doomsday Clock was created by the Bulletin, an independent non-profit organisation run by some of the world’s most eminent scientists.

    It was founded by concerned US scientists involved in the Manhattan Project that developed the world’s first nuclear weapons during the Second World War.

    In 1947 they established the clock to provide a simple way of demonstrating the danger to the Earth and humanity posed by nuclear war.

    The Doomsday Clock now not only takes into account the likelihood of nuclear Armageddon but also other emerging threats such as climate change and advances in biotechnology and artificial intelligence.

    The Doomsday Clock was created by the Bulletin, an independent non-profit organisation run by some of the world's most eminent scientists

    The Doomsday Clock was created by the Bulletin, an independent non-profit organisation run by some of the world’s most eminent scientists

    It is symbolic and represents a countdown to possible global catastrophe.

    The decision to move, or leave the clock alone, is made by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, in consultation with the bulletin’s Board of Sponsors, wat insluit 16 Nobel laureates.

    The clock has become a universally recognised indicator of the world’s vulnerability to catastrophe from nuclear weapons, klimaatverandering, and emerging technologies in life sciences.

    In 2020 the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, an expert group formed in 1945, adjusted the Doomsday Clock 100 seconds to midnight, the closest we’ve ever come to total destructionand it remained there in 2021.

    That sent a message that the Earth was closer to oblivion than any time since the early days of hydrogen bomb testing and 1984, when US-Soviet relations reached ‘their iciest point in decades’.

    In 2020 the Bulletin also considered world leaders response to the coronavirus pandemic, feeling it was so poor that the clock needed to remain in its perilously close to midnight position.

    The closer to midnight the clock moves the closer to annihilation humanity is.

    How has the clock changed since 1947?

    • 1947 – 48: 7 minute
    • 1949 – 52: 3 minute
    • 1953 – 59: 2 minute
    • 1960 – 62: 7 minute
    • 1963 – 67: 12 minute
    • 1968: 7 minute
    • 1969 – 71: 10 minute
    • 1972 – 73: 12 minute
    • 1974 – 79: 9 minute
    • 1980: 7 minute
    • 1981 – 83: 4 minute
    • 1984 – 87: 3 minute
    • 1988 – 89: 6 minute
    • 1990: 10 minute
    • 1991 – 94: 17 minute
    • 1995 – 97: 14 minute
    • 1998 – 2001: 9 minute
    • 2002 – 06: 7 minute
    • 2007 – 09: 5 minute
    • 2010 – 11: 6 minute
    • 2012 – 14: 5 minute
    • 2015 – 16: 3 minute
    • 2017 – 2.5 minute
    • 2018 – 2 minute
    • 2019 – 2 minute
    • 2020 – 100 sekondes
    • 2021 – 100 sekondes

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