An article in Newsweek under the heading of "Worried About Nuclear Explosion? Here's What To Do", caught my eye this morning. It brought to mind a television programme made in 1965, but which was immediately banned from being broadcast. This ban remained in place until 1985 when the film was finally released for screening. If you have never seen it you may wish to watch on this link.
Even today, although obviously now dated, it is probably the most powerful argument against nuclear weapons and nuclear warfare that has ever been made.
"09:16am. A single megaton nuclear missile overshoots Manston airfield in Kent and airbursts 6 miles from this position. At this distance, the heatwave is sufficient to cause melting of the upturned eyeball, third degree burning of the skin and ignition of furiture"