Nuclear Winter

Nuclear Winter is a side-effect of a nuclear war that has the potential to cause a mass-extinction effect on planet Earth. The idea is that dozens of nuclear warheads that are launched in a nuclear war kick up so much dust and soot (from resulting fires) that it blots out the sun and: a) drops temperatures significantly planet-wide, and b) shuts down photosynthesis, leading to mass starvation.

Nuclear Winter | Retro Report | The New York Times
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