- Loss of major intellectual,
cultural, communication, manufacturing centers.
- Loss of viable farmlands,
interstate travel and transportation routes from destruction or
- Loss of governmental
- Loss of means to feed those not
killed by the blasts - starvation.
- No basic medical services
within reach of blast centers - widespread illness.
- Available supplies used up,
contaminated, lost due to theft or fire.
- Waterways damaged and
- Widespread loss of electronics
due to electromagnetic pulse generated by blasts.
- Widespread martial law, loss of
basic liberties and free speech restrictions.
- Besides myself, possible loss
of Mr. Richardson and 100 million others, just for