Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by mrbrklyn, Oct 21, 2012.
At least its a chance.
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unfortunately I don't think will fare as well for him. Very few live through nuclear holocausts. I for one, wouldn't want to.
There are containers rated to protect against nuclear blasts. They will also work in case of a fire in your house.
Heck when there is a nuclear war. I am taking all my coins and stuffing them inside the warhead of the "Atomic Cannon !" I just love to go duck hunting with this thing.
If you think that is funny, see FEMA's website. They are very serious about saving yourself and your possessions.
Irradiated silver only becomes radioactive for a brief time, but I believe irradiated gold forms an a long lived radioactive isotope that would be hazardous for a LONG time.
For those that do not get my wry hummer this is a current view of Nagasaki.
But the main thing is to prevent it from being melted in the blast.
Yes central Nevada might work. Maybe make it a exhibit here......http://www.nationalatomictestingmuseum.org/
Near the missile sillos designed to withstand a nuclear attack?
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