We Humans Have Apparently Already Exterminated Ourselves!

Surviving the day after

We are already deep within the day after, a future without a future. And it is too late to change things, it is man that should change.


o Franco Dell'Oro - Street 173-1 #3 - P.O.Box 4543 - Asmara - Eritrea.

Protection In The Nuclear Age
Nuclear War Survival Skills

The Medical NBC Battle Book


The message beyond "Surviving the Day After" is that, paradoxically, nothing short of a full scale nuclear holocaust can save man. It is a matter of simple logic: the earth can survive without man, man cannot survive without the earth. We have reached a point of no-return in trashing the planet and nothing, short of going back to a sort of pre-industrial-revolution civilization within the immediate future can reverse this process. Reasonably we would preferably forsake our existence here-and-now rather that surviving a nuclear nightmare: if that moment will come - and it will - we will have to get to terms with our innate survival instinct and regret that we did not give due consideration to the dark clouds heaping up on our civilization's horizon.
People of good will and understanding abound but they have their hands tied, nothing is in their power but to send out a warning message.
Unwittingly, it will be the mass of selfish idiots and donkeys holding the reins of power and economy who will carry out the task, letting loose the reins of doom upon mankind, a sort of doom which may show up, in the long term, as a blessing in disguise
. delloro@gemel.com.er

Part I - Surviving the day after - Concerning the effects of nuclear explosions as related to a situation arising from a nuclear conflict or catastrophe, it takes into consideration the necessary measures to be taken insofar as sheltering and survival are to be considered as a priority.
Part II - Concerned with chemical and biological weapons and situations arising from biological and/or chemical contamination and possible protective measures to be undertaken.
Makeshift survival techniques
Section presently unavailable.
ADDITIONAL PLATES - Related diagrams and photographs.
CONVERSION TABLE - Systeme Intenationale d’Unités (SI) - (Page and Vigoreux, 1974); conversions to customary US and British units are from Weast (1974 : f :282-304).