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Live Wind Patterns Map After A Nuclear Incident – Or Worse…

October 11, 2016, by Ken Jorgustin


Given the rhetoric and threats that have turned into dangerous and provocative actions from the United States (NATO) neocons towards the country of Syria and ally, Russia, the topic of ‘nuclear’ has been on the minds of many…

The situation has devolved so badly that just last week Russia and its citizens engaged in a several day preparation drill for nuclear war. That’s right, and it’s no joke. This, as well as the truth of the situation in Syria has not been reported in our mainstream media. The alt-news is widely reporting (alerting) of this very dangerous escalation and I encourage you to do your own due-diligence to learn about what’s going on.

With that said, one very important bit of knowledge immediately after a nuclear ‘incident’ is to know the live wind patterns in your region. The wind will carry the nuclear fallout, and if it goes over your head – you might become dead…


On that note, not long ago the German government recommended preparations for its citizens:

Germany tells people to stockpile food and water in case of attacks

For the first time since the end of the Cold War, the German government plans to tell citizens to stockpile food and water in case of an attack or catastrophe, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung newspaper reported.

“The population will be obliged to hold an individual supply of food for ten days,” the newspaper quoted the government’s “Concept for Civil Defence” – which has been prepared by the Interior Ministry – as saying.


A few days ago, Russia has warned citizens that a nuclear war with the West could be imminent – sparked by clashes in the Middle East.

Russia tells citizens to ‘prepare for nuclear war with West’

Russia has warned citizens that a nuclear war with the West could be imminent – sparked by clashes in the Middle East.

Zvezda, a nationwide TV service run by the country’s Ministry of Defence, said last week, ‘Schizophrenics from America are sharpening nuclear weapons for Moscow.’

Officials said on Friday that underground shelters had been built which could house 12 million people – enough for the entire population of Moscow.

While shedding our normalcy-bias that things will always be ‘normal’, let’s have a look at the wind patterns following a nuclear ‘incident’…

Assuming that the internet and power grid is still up in your region after the nuclear ‘incident’, the following live wind pattern maps will provide the knowledge to help you make a better educated decision regarding the likelihood of nuclear fallout (radiation) drifting from the ‘incident’ location to where you live.

Obviously you will need to know where the source location is generally located so as to geographically compare with your own while observing the wind direction in-between.


Live Wind Pattern Map United States
source: https://earth.nullschool.net/#current/wind/surface/level/

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Live Wind Map United States
source: http://hint.fm/wind/

One certainly would presume that there’s absolutely no way that a nuke, ‘tactical’ nuke, ICBM, or other such nuclear delivery or detonation will ever occur anywhere on earth, or even less likely – our own region. Especially given the theory of ‘Mutually Assured Destruction’.

My concern is that one of these days a so called ‘small’ nuke or tactical nuke will be used in theater – being a localized event during a conflict (e.g. Syria / Middle East, etc..) and that it could rapidly escalate into something worse.

There has been an enormous amount of money spent on nuclear weapons, or I should say a gargantuan amount of money. Can you imagine the pent up desire by the warmongers and psychopaths to use them (or at least – maybe – ‘just’ one?)? Believe me, there are generals right now who are itching to unleash hell.

Related: US Nuclear Target Map

Note: iOSAT Potassium Iodide Tablets will be crucial following a nuclear exchange…

Note: Geiger Counter Nuclear Radiation Detector (another valuable asset)