Where is the best place to hide out in the case of nuclear war?
For the super rich, the best place is a luxurious underground bunker.
Gary Lynch of Rising S Bunkers says demand has risen by 70% compared to 2014. The bombproof shelters use Li-1on cells for power and include sufficient food for a 25-year stay.
Other refuges include Moscow’s Underground Command Post in Russia, the Pitcairn Islands in Madagascar, the northwest and northeast regions in the United States, Perth, Australia, and Cheyenne Mountain, Colorado, to name but a few.
While naysayers do not believe nuclear confrontations are possible, the numbers indicate there is cause for alarm.
The Arms Control Association says Russia and the United States, still the major superpowers, at present have in excess of 1,500 strategic warheads and hundreds of missiles and bombers which is far beyond that required to discourage a nuclear strike.
The majority, 90 percent of the 15,000 plus nuclear warheads, are owned by them in the present year.
Since the entire planet’s nuclear powers are situated in the northern hemisphere, the New York Post advises people to live south of the equator.
A note of caution, however: do not consider Alice Springs in Australia which hosts at Pine Gap, a top US secret facility, International Business Times reported.
Although there is a question mark if life on the planet could survive a nuclear war, scientists anticipate that huge amounts of smoke would result from atomic blasts sufficient to bring on a nuclear winter with sunlight blocked from reaching the Earth for decades.