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The United States has responded to the nuking of its Mediterranean Task Force with strategic nuclear strikes against two Middle Eastern countries. China has denounced that as an act of war. ” Carpenter sadly shook his head. “It’s only a matter of time before one of our cities is taken out. ” “Not for us,” Becca said. “You’ve stocked enough provisions to last a thousand years. The Blocks are reinforced to withstand everything except a direct nuclear strike. We’re not near any city or prospective military target.
You’ve stocked enough provisions to last a thousand years. The Blocks are reinforced to withstand everything except a direct nuclear strike. We’re not near any city or prospective military target. ” “You don’t understand, Ms. Levy. Yes, I expect we’ll survive. That’s the whole point behind the millions I’ve invested in this project. ” “The world as we know it is about to come to an end. ” “This time there won’t be a dozen nuclear explosions over twenty years. There might be hundreds, and all that radiation will interact with the chemical and biological agents, with unforeseen results.
Saber rattling George Armstrong Custer would be proud of. It was a long drive from the Twin Cities to Lake Bronson State Park. Normally, Carpenter used the time to go over scripts and note camera angles and special lighting and lens effects. Or he might do paperwork for financing an upcoming project. Or any number of things related to his work as a movie director. But not today. All Carpenter could think of was the apocalypse and those he could save if only they were able to reach the compound before it was too late.