Indianapolis has several secondary and tertiary nuclear targets, including:Upshot wrote: ↑Sun Dec 31, 2017 8:14 pmBoy's, running after the bombs go off is a bad, bad idea. Total desperation, last resort, and probably a death sentence if it's hot.
Run before. That means economics can go to hell, screw it! I'm getting out now! Liquidate, move it out to where the weather doesn't feature falling warheads, irradiated refugee's, marxists and muslims. Or, making the right decision at the right time(before SHTF), then git while the git'ins good.
I chose the former. Why keep paying for a country and society that is planning to die? Cut your losses! Once you get out, and re-adjust your thinking, you'll wonder why you were wasting your life.
Indianapolis International Airport
Ft. Benjamin Harrison
Seat of government
Power stations and substations
Major transportation hub
We live within blast radius of two of those targets. If we stay, even in our shelter, we will be vaporized if one of them gets hit. Even if we're not vaporized, the fallout would be so intense in this area that our shelter would not protect us. We will bugout immediately if:
A: A nuclear weapon is detonated above ground anywhere on the planet
B: DWS hits DEFCON 2 or 1.
I have a preplanned route already laid out that keeps us on back country roads and highways, avoiding any and all potential nuclear targets between here and the border. And we have a "failsafe" point between here and there where we have the option to stop and reassess our plans before we get to far from home.
We have considered immigrating to Canada. Without jobs waiting for us, it would be difficult to pull off. We are pretty financially secure where we are right now. It would be a huge risk for us to ditch all of it and move north.