Sometimes, things just seem to go from bad to worse. The combination of this dismal weather and the alarming news that our city is among the 15 potential targets of a nuclear attack is enough to bring anyone down.
The image above showcases a U.S. Navy nuclear test conducted at Bikini Atoll in the Marshall Islands.
Oh wow, that’s quite shocking. I really appreciate the information, Daily Mail.
Washington D.C., Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York are all among the top five cities that many of us in Rockford have visited at least once.
The radar screen with a radioactive sign is a visually striking image that captures attention. It serves as a reminder of the potential dangers associated with radiation. The presence of the sign on the screen indicates that there may be radioactive materials or sources nearby.
It highlights the importance of caution and safety measures when dealing with radiation. It serves as a visual cue to remind individuals to take necessary precautions and follow proper protocols to minimize risks and ensure their well-being.
Chicago, Naperville, and Elgin are the cities that I’m referring to.
According to a report from the Daily Mail via MSN, it has been revealed that…
Chicago may not sound like a likely target to many, but this Illinois city is located within 50 miles of four nuclear power plants. Naperville and Elgin are within 40 miles of the Windy City, meaning they would also be hit in the event of a nuclear attack. The region ranked fourth out of the 15 in evacuations for its more than two million residents. Experts predicted the attack would cause 626,170 deaths and more than 1.1 million injuries.
Here is the complete list:
15. Shreveport, LA ranks 15th on the list.
13. Great Falls, Montana
12. Colorado Springs, CO holds the 12th spot on the list.
10. Ogden, OR
8. Honolulu, Hawaii
7. Seattle, WA:y
6. Houston, TX
5. Los Angeles,
4. The Vibrant City of Chicago, IL
3. San Francisco/Oakland, CA
2. New York City, NY.