Life after a nuclear war revealed: Computer models reveal Earth would suffer a 20-year-long winter and worldwide famine

Monday, July 21, 2014
By Paul Martin

Researchers from Colorado studied the effects of nuclear conflict on Earth
They used climate models to predict what would become of the planet
Their research looked at the detonation of 100 ‘small’ nuclear warheads
In their paper they conclude humanity would have been affected for decades
There would be worldwide famine, deadly frosts and huge ozone losses
The results would be the death of hundreds of millions or billions
They hope their research will be an incentive for superpowers to disarm

By Jonathan O’Callaghan
21 July 2014

The terrible fate of Earth after a nuclear war has been mapped out using computer models for the first time.

Worldwide famine, deadly frosts, global ozone losses of up to 50 per cent and more would greet any inhabitants of the planet still remaining after a nuclear conflict.

And the researchers hope their study of what they call a relatively ‘small’ nuclear war will serve as a deterrent against such weapons being used by any nation in the future.

The unnerving consequences were laid out in a paper called ‘Multidecadal global cooling and unprecedented ozone loss following a regional nuclear conflict.’

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