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Old 02-09-2019, 10:35 AM
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I'm wondering if the original Morrow Project would be applicable to Australia at all.
The nuclear strikes, if any, would be few and targeted against infrastructure. This means that civil disaster relief wouldn't be as fragmented as it would have been in the US (especially pre-FEMA) which would have had nuked cities. The biggest problems would have been either conventional warfare assuming a land invasion (not really probably) or simple dislocation when the world linkings went down.

Maybe some other problem arose in those 200 years?
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