the chances of the world dying because of Ukraine is one in six

Swedish-American astrophysicist Max Tegmark calculated the chances of the world for an early death. According to him, humanity plays “Russian roulette” with a probability start a nuclear war.

He developed a number of scenarios for the further development of events on the planet. According to his theory, the chances of earthly civilization in the near future to die due to a nuclear world war are the same as when playing “Russian roulette” – one in six.

  • The first option implies a 30% chance that the situation will transition into a state of kaboom (“small broads”) – a nuclear strike on Ukraine.
  • The next probability is an 80% chance of expanding the conflict with NATO’s non-nuclear involvement.
  • Although it cannot be ruled out that with a 70% probability, humanity is waiting for the transition to the state of KABOOM (“big broads”).
  • As a result, everyone is waiting for a nuclear Third World War.

This is how the formula for the chances of death is calculated: 30% x 80% x 70% = 1/6

Thus, if 100 kiloton bombs were dropped on at least 1,100 nuclear targets from 1957, then changing weather patterns would carry radioactive fallout in different directions.

Commenting on the declassified American map of the targets of nuclear strikes on Russia and China, Tegmark notes that in the event of a nuclear war between Russia and the United States, the latter will also hit China so that it does not become the strongest post-war economy.

Moreover, you will have to hit harder than in Russia, since there are much more large cities in China. As a result, this will significantly increase the production of smoke and soot, leading to a nuclear winter.

Note US Homeland Security archive recently published a declassified list of 1956 nuclear targets, which includes 1,100 geographic locations in:

  1. Eastern Europe,
  2. Russia (CCSR),
  3. China,
  4. North Korea.

On such a scale, it would be worthwhile to be aware of how catastrophic a mutual nuclear strike from the United States and Russia would be.

The United States has about 1,900 nuclear warheads deployed on missiles and bombers (thousands in reserve) ready to launch at any moment. They can reach their target in half an hour, and the power of many modern hydrogen bombs is hundreds of times greater than the power of the two nuclear bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

If a nuclear war starts today, in all likelihood, most of the people on the planet will die as a result of the onset of nuclear winter.

“So humanity has approached the line beyond which life on the planet can simply stop. Ukraine is just an excuse that may not even get into history,” they write in social media.

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