By John Dodge

By John Dodge

CHICAGO (CBS) — Where are you most likely to survive an all-out nuclear attack by the Russians?

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Certainly not Chicago, which would be vaporized in either a 2,000 warhead or 500-warhead scenario.

This map was created using data from FEMA and the National Resources Defense Council.

The 2,000-warhead attack assumes a first strike by the Russians. The 500-warhead attack would be a retaliatory strike in the event the United States launched first, thus limiting the Russian arsenal.

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Looking at the map, one might have some luck camping at the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore and then sailing up Lake Michigan to the Upper Peninsula.

Somehow making a journey to Idaho in the post-nuclear apocalypse might be a good option as well.

Good day, and good luck.

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