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Old 09-11-2018, 02:25 PM
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Default T2k Nuke List and Unit List - Google Earth?

I am sure I have seen this around here some where...

I am looking for a complete list if nukes and unit locations for at least North America if not the world.

For Google Earth...
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Old 09-11-2018, 03:56 PM
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When in doubt go to the attachment list
http://forum.juhlin.com/showthread.php?t=2035


Excel files for both
Unit locations
http://forum.juhlin.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=615

Nuke Strikes
http://forum.juhlin.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=970

the nuke strkies may include non canon for area on the maps which were debris.
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Old 09-11-2018, 05:37 PM
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Can I use Excel to feed into Google Earth?
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You will probably need to move the fields around, but then you can use this to make a google earth file.

https://www.earthpoint.us/ExcelToKml.aspx
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Now if you could just show fallout patterns for the ground pounders as well to really show the areas that got affected by the fallout that would have resulted
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Now if you could just show fallout patterns for the ground pounders as well to really show the areas that got affected by the fallout that would have resulted
I did some screen shots of Nukemap after plotting the ground bursts on and around D.C., including the fallout plumes. The Northeast is gonna _suffer_.
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I used that map for the Charleston Naval Base hit, and looked up the prevailing winds for that date. If I did it right, Charleston AFB and the civilian airport, as well as The Citadel and most of peninsular historic Charleston, were unscathed, at least by the initial blast.
Myrtle Beach woulda sucked, though...

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Old 09-23-2018, 12:23 AM
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On the topic of weather and nukes:
Per Armies of the Night, the Linden and Perth Amboy strikes were on December 2, 1997. Checking the Newark, NJ International Airport historical weather data, the wind was strongly from the NW above 15 mph all day with gusts up in the low 20s, no precip.
On Dec. 3, the wind was steadily out of the west between 5-10mph up to 18:00, no precip. That would have pushed a bit of the smoke, fumes, flames, and airborne fallout substantially southeasterly for the first day, then due east the day after.
JFK International Airport for Dec 2 shows strong WNW wind (24mph steady. 33-38mph gusts) until 18:00.
Same location on Dec 3 shows winds from the West 7-14mph until about 14:00. Again, prevailing winds those days were shoving things Southeast, then due East out into the ocean.
Of course, if you want to put the screws to the Big Apple, a Butterfly effect could cause a shift to push all that crud NNE.

The TDM--Nov 27, 28, 29-- ground bursts in the DC and environs will be my next thought exercise. Bwahahahahahahah.....
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