Dreams of a Nuclear Catastrophe

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  1. Cryscat

    Cryscat Senior Member

    Oct 24, 2010
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    Southern Calif.
    Lately I've been having some dreams of nuclear war. These dreams are so real they are scary. I live in the greater Los Angeles area, and every since the cold war, have been aware they my area was/is a target for a nuclear warhead.

    In one dream, I was standing outside, talking to a neighbor when there was a huge flash, we both turned to see a mushroom cloud and the heat and shock hit us. I was watching my arms and body just dissolve. I woke up with my heart pounding heard and gasping for air. Very frightened. I don't think this dream was in the LA area, but some place in TX.

    Another dream was me walking round an area that was burned out and seeing burned bodies and knowing this was the result of a nuclear strike. It was a large city, I think it was Chicago? Didn't know who was responsible though.

    Whether all of this is due to anxiety provoked by the North Korean issue, I don't know. These dreams had such a REAL feel to them, make me think more is going on. I'm not the only one with these dreams either. Here are links to the Mysterious Universe site that shares other peoples dreams of nuclear destruction.




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  2. baro-san

    baro-san Senior Member

    Mar 28, 2017
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    Coincidently, last evening I was browsing a bunch of interviews with Frank DeMarco on youtube. Your post reminds of one of his answers related to some of the worries that drain our energies: "this might happen" is just a waste of your life.

    This being said, if living in US I believe there's a much higher risk of nuclear death from one of the nuclear plants, than from a nuclear attack.
  3. angelina

    angelina New Member

    Aug 29, 2017
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    The impact of nuclear accidents has been a topic of debate since the first nuclear reactors were constructed in 1954, and has been a key factor in public concern about nuclear facilities.Technical measures to reduce the risk of accidents or to minimize the amount of radioactivity released to the environment have been adopted, however human error remains, and "there have been many accidents with varying impacts as well near misses and incidents".As of 2014, there have been more than 100 serious nuclear accidents and incidents from the use of nuclear power. Fifty-seven accidents have occurred since the Chernobyl disaster, and about 60% of all nuclear-related accidents have occurred in the USA. Serious nuclear power plant accidents include the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster (2011), Chernobyl disaster (1986), Three Mile Island accident (1979), and the SL-1 accident (1961).[9] Nuclear power accidents can involve loss of life and large monetary costs for remediation work.
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