What is the meaning of “Nuclear Winter” and what are its effects?

Nuclear winter is a climate cooling effect which arises from the use of nuclear weapons in war. The cooling and darkening effect are produced by smoke blocking the sunlight which feels cold and dust entering in the atmosphere

The Doomsday Machine and Nuclear Winter - Daniel Ellsberg on RAI ...

Carl Sagan is an American astronomer who was first described the nuclear winter with an article which was published in 1983. This article described the effect and damage by the use of nuclear weapons in the war

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  1. There was a horror series, that was something like the twilight zone. One episode was about vampires, who could walk the earth anytime of day thanks to a nuclear winter.

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    1. daneelyunus says:

      Thanks for comment and reading my post

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      1. No problem! I found it. It was a series called Monsters that ran from 1988-1990. The episode was called The Waiting Game. https://www.imdb.com/video/vi1923923225

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      2. daneelyunus says:

        Ok I will check

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  2. Wow that’s eerie. It must have also happened after the Chernobyl incident.

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    1. daneelyunus says:

      Thanks for comment and reading my post

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  3. Did this occur after Hiroshima??

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    1. daneelyunus says:

      May be happen after Hiroshima. Thanks for reading my post

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