We live in an age where there is a certain risk of nuclear bombnail nuclear weapons that are threatening Europe and North America, and we have not experienced a similar situation since the Cold War with this threat of self-destruction of humanity.
And it is that nuclear bombs are one of the most fearsome weapons that human beings have created throughout their history, a nuclear response that can happen at any time from Russia to Western countries, and now someone has recreated what our world would look like if a large set of nuclear weapons were detonated.
It must be said that it is simply a series of assumptions, and that the reality would be far from what can be seen in the video, but it is clear that a large-scale nuclear response could practically wipe out half of the world’s population. .
In the first scenario discussed in the video, what would happen if all the nuclear warheads on Earth will detonate at the same time.
When the video was created in 2019, there were approximately 15,000 nuclear sheep in the world with a total of 4,500 cities or urban areas with at least 100,000 inhabitants.
To destroy each of these cities would require three nuclear sheep, so to destroy them all required 13,500 nuclear warheads. If all of them were detonated, they could wipe out more than 3 billion inhabitants of the planet, 40% of the population.
The video makes it clear that the power of 15,000 nuclear sheep is equivalent to 3 billion tons of TNT.
This is what would happen after the detonation of nuclear bombs
After the explosion of all the bombs, millions of tons of incinerated materials would reach the atmosphere causing a cloud of fire and ash.
On the other hand, the surface of the Earth would be full of fires, especially that of the Amazon rainforest, which would be completely consumed. Then the radiation from the detonation site would kill all living things within the blast radius.
Much of the radioactive fallout, on the other hand, would be transported into the atmosphere via a mushroom cloud that would be carried around the globe. This ash cloud would lead to a nuclear winter capable of lowering global temperatures for years.
A second scenario discussed in the video is where humans use every last bit of uranium to build nuclear weapons.
This situation would lead to a nuclear winter that would lower temperatures below freezing for decades, and with no sunlight reaching the Earth’s surface, life would become extinct.
Life would take millions of years to resurface on the planet.