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10 most secure locations on the planet where man can survive in a post-nuclear world

 

Every year peace on Earth becomes to maintain harder and harder. Many of the inhabitants of the planet are seriously concerned that the short time between two or more States, nuclear war will break out. Scientists have created the incredible samples of different nuclear weapons, after which apply, and nothing will be left will be the destroyed buildings, poisoned water bodies, people will begin to suffer from cancer. In connection with this threat, many began the development of neuroses, their mind is finding a suitable place on the planet where you can survive the disaster and escape unscathed. Next, the article proposes to find a list of places that are considered safe even in a nuclear war.

10. Tierra Del Fuego

Tierra del Fuego is called an archipelago, located in the South of South America between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. The archipelago includes about forty Islands. The territory included in such countries as Chile, Argentina. Location Tierra del Fuego is good because there are blowing wind that will not allow them to get to the island fallout from nuclear weapons. The climate of these places is poor, often cold and raining. On the Islands people live, there is infrastructure.

9. Kiribati

The Republic of Kiribati is a Pacific small state, it is located in Polynesia and Micronesia. Kiribati is bordered by the waters of the Solomon Islands, Nauru and Tuvalu in the North-West. It is also close to French Polynesia and the cook Islands. In the land of the state includes 33 attala, many of them not inhabited by man.

In Kiribati there is no infrastructure, but the country is rich in natural resources, it's enough to survive.

8. Yukon or Nunavut

Yukon is the land on the North-West of Canada. The state's population is just over 30,000 people. In this place reigns the subarctic climate. Winter is long and cold and summers short. The economy of the land supported the mining industry, most of the population are British, then the Indians. The country is rich in natural resources, many people have mastered the hunt.

Nunavut is one of the largest and most new lands of Canada. The population of the country is about 33000 people. The people of Nunavut speaks Inuit language (Inuktitut and inuinnaqtun) also apply to French and English. On the territory of this state is very cold the average temperature is -35 degrees Celsius in winter and 5 degrees in the summer.

7. Tristan da Cunha

The archipelago is the Atlantic ocean, in its southern part, is one of the most remote and sparsely populated places on Earth. The climate in this area is temperate oceanic, often rains fall and the winds blow. The average temperature varies from 9 to 15 degrees, on the Northern island a little warmer.

Of all the Islands of the archipelago with a permanent population of the island is Tristan da Cunha, the rest are from the weather station and scientific base. The island's population of more than 200 people. All the inhabitants of this land are descendants of the 8 men and 7 women, who settled on the island from 1816 to 1908, the Influx of other people in these places are extremely poor. At the time of nuclear war, the island can become the perfect refuge.

6. Tuvalu

Tuvalu is another Pacific island state with a population of about 11,000 people. The country consists of 4 Islands and 5 atolls, their distance between them varies from 50 to 100 km. the Climate of these lands, a hot tropical air temperature warms up to 32 degrees Celsius. But the infrastructure of the state often suffers from tropical cyclones and typhoons, through which it is easier than the effects of nuclear weapons.

5. Jaya

Jaya is a mountain in Indonesia. Located in the Western part of the country. It has mines, which produced silver, gold and copper. The mountain is difficult to name the most convenient place for survival, as the conditions are quite harsh, but it's better than dying from falling on the head of a nuclear bomb.

4. Fiji

Many people perceive the Republic of Fiji as a Paradise on Earth. It's no wonder the state is located in the Central Pacific, consists of 330 Islands. The climate on the Islands is oceanic, tropical. The temperature in Fiji comfortable at any time of the year, also these places are rich in natural resources. The only downside to these lands is their vulnerability to the impact of cyclones, but it can easily endure, when around such beauty.

3. Malta

Malta is an island nation located in the Mediterranean sea. The name of the land according to one version dates back to the Greek word "meli" meaning "honey" or the Roman word "Melita" which translates as "honey." According to another version the name of the state translated from the Phoenician "Malet" means "shelter" or "harbour".

Malta has an ideal location, which has always been a bone of contention between various conquerors. At various times the island was owned by the Greeks, Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Byzantines, Arabs, Romans, Spaniards. Malta today is in the European Union.

The island's climate is Mediterranean, winters are mild and summers are hot and dry. Government infrastructure is developed, it is the perfect place to survive the catastrophe.

2. Perth

Perth is one of the major cities in Australia, was founded in 1829. In one of the rankings, compiled in 2012, the city was included in the top ten best places to live. The climate is temperate, summers are hot and dry and runs from December to March. Residents of the city are good-natured and have respect for immigrants, it's the quality of the local highly useful to foreigners in the event of nuclear war.

1. Greenland

Greenland is an island located in the North-Eastern part of North America, it is washed by the waters of the Atlantic and the Arctic ocean. These lands belong to Denmark, the territory of their huge, but occupies about 56,000 people, so the island can accept immigrants. The climate of this place is changeable. The people living on the island, engaged in hunting and fishing.

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