Look back. What happended in the great depression, the depression before that, the depression before that, WWII, WWI, black death, Hiroshima, Nagasaki. The end of the world ain't coming.
Something on the order of 1/3rd of the populations of Hiroshima and Nagasaki eventually died from the blasts. For the other 2/3rds the world did not end.Roy, for the 130000 people killed in the two blasts of Nagasaki and Hiroshima the world did end. It ended on a nice day, with the sun shining and folks going about their business like any other day. If a pre-emptive strike took out only the primary targets in the USA it would be nearly the end of the world for a long time. FEMA wouldn't be there to take you to their relocation centers until some of the cleanup was completed. Anyone not prepared would probably starve or die from water related problems long before help came.