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Old 08-21-2011, 05:31 PM
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This topic has been discussed in previous threads (which I can't track down at the moment) where it was established that the highly skilled and specialised people were more likely to suffer a disproportionate number of casualties due to their locations being prime targets. This isn't to say dispersed facilities would not exist, but, once the nukes flew, many, many people would be heading away from anywhere they felt could be a target, or set out seeking surviving family. This movement could in fact endanger people more than staying in one place and bunkering down.

Also, the elderly, infirm and the young would suffer a high percentage of casualties from disease, famine and all the stresses placed on the population post 1997. Given that retirees tend to be in the elderly age bracket...
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