North Carolina Is One Of The Best Places To Survive A Nuclear War
First and foremost I’m not sure I’d want to be a lone survivor of a nuclear attack or zombie apocalypse or anything of the sort. But if that’s something you aspire to then I’ve got good news for you. Metro reports that North Carolina is one of the best places to survive a nuclear war.
This comes to them from a group of real estate agents who say that the best places for nuclear war survival are those that are “remote and rural”. It’s also important to have a warm climate, access to fresh water, and farmland. That makes sense. Remote and rural means you probably wouldn’t be in the main target area offering a better chance at survival. And after the destruction has taken place you’ll need resources like food and water to survive. They say North Carolina is a great place to survive a nuclear war due to “great weather and farmland”. Other good places include Texas, Mississippi, and Nebraska.
Places they suggest not living if you’re worried about such things include any densely populated areas. So essentially the places most people elect to live. As someone, who just isn’t cut out for small-town or rural life I think I’ll take the risk continue to reside in the city. I’d rather be surrounded by things and people that bring me joy with the off chance of nuclear war. To me hiding out would be wasting the time on Earth we do have- none of which is guaranteed. And a nuclear war isn’t the risk I’m most worried about.
But if you are, and you live in North Carolina, perhaps move a little more out of the city and you’ll have the best chance to survive a nuclear war. Good luck! Read more from Metro via MSN News here.