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Posted: 1/20/2015 4:53:14 PM EST
How common is a fallout shelter that could probably keep 300-500 people alive for a year 5 story's underground?

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Link Posted: 1/20/2015 4:53:57 PM EST
.87%
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Originally Posted By smithc6:
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Might be able to pull off 0.0087% statistically speaking. But only if the statistician is a Democrat.



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This is the only that I know of that could have handled those numbers.


http://www.greenbrier.com/Activities/The-Bunker.aspx


Link Posted: 1/20/2015 5:06:26 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Johnny_Reno:



This is the only that I know of that could have handled those numbers.


http://www.greenbrier.com/Activities/The-Bunker.aspx


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This. The only one I'm aware of and it wasn't ever meant to be public. Most of the civil defense public shelters have little to no supplies and would just be mass graves.
Link Posted: 1/20/2015 5:06:55 PM EST
Originally Posted By NEASGNoMercy:
How common is a fallout shelter that could probably keep 300-500 people alive for a year 5 story's underground?

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The real question is could find near that many people you'd be able to tolerate in tight quarters for that long. Some military (esp. Navy) vets have lived that life but a bunch of civilians with nothing to do but bitch and come up with ideas would lead to a cleansing that would scare Mao and Stalin.

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Used to real common back in the 60s... Here's a comforting fact: It would have been far better for a person to be vaporized in the initial blast than survive for a few weeks of agony...











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Originally Posted By chadwimc:
Used to real common back in the 60s... Here's a comforting fact: It would have been far better for a person to be vaporized in the initial blast than survive for a few weeks of agony
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Interesting, thanks.
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