Beijing time on January 16, according tomedia reports, after the nuclear war, the fire will be shrouded in thick smoke, blocking the sun let people into darkness. Without the sun, famine will spread around the world, how will humanity survive? A recipe for disaster that can save humanity in the run-up to the end of the world. Researchers are keeping a close eye on India and Pakistan, which are expanding their military nuclear weapons capabilities.
A study predicts that in the future some countries are likely to start a full-scale nuclear war, possibly detonating 250 100,000-ton equivalent nuclear bombs, each equivalent to more than six times the amount of the “little boy” bomb dropped on Hiroshima, Japan.
If there is a nuclear war on Earth in the future, the consequence is the release of a cloud of black smoke to block the sun, resulting in a sudden drop in global temperatures, without the sun, humans will not have any food. Now, the ALLFED Alliance for Disasters, a non-profit group, says that in the event of a nuclear disaster, “nuclear apocalyptic recipes” – mushrooms and seaweed – will become important food for humans.
Mushrooms can grow on trillions of dead trees during the disastrous nuclear winter, creating a renewable food source that is expected to last three years.
A 2008 study on the sustainability of mushrooms noted that the crop grew rapidly and was high in yield, without the need for advanced planting techniques and could be grown on small plots of land. If the end of the world were to come, it would be a sustainable source of food, when human technology was destroyed and much of the earth’s surface destroyed.
Another food source is thought to be dry food after the human nuclear disaster, and seaweed is a good food source because it can withstand low-intensity light and grow very fast.
In nuclear winters, land cools faster than the ocean, so the ocean stays warmer and seaweed grows at relatively low temperatures. Humans need 1.6 billion tons of dry food a year, seaweed grows very fast, with a growth cycle of only 3-6 months, and in addition to being a food source, it can also help the body prevent radiation damage.
The kelp contains iodine 127, which prevents the body from absorbing radioactive iodine 131, while radioactive iodine 131 is released into the atmosphere through the normal operation of nuclear power plant facilities. In addition, kelp contains sodium algal acid, which can be combined with the intake of toxic chemical particles and various heavy metals in the digestive tract, ultimately helping the body to release radioactive depositions.