>tfw don't want anything but WW3
>All i want to do is put on my countries Military uniform with pride and march into battle
>Don't want a girlfriend, Chad's life, a ripped body
>Just want to fight
>Litrelly my only dream in this world
WW3 would mean the utter collapse of civilization and the modern systems that make it possible. Nuclear exchanges are almost guaranteed. Easily half the world would die when industrial farming practices become impossible due to disruptions in supplies of fuel, fertilizer, pesticides & other essential chemicals, irrigation water, and all the other modern necessities we take for granted that make feeding a world of 7 billion possible.
Chances are good that if you weren't incinerated in an initial exchange of ICBMs you'd live long enough to either be killed in mob violence, starve, freeze, or die from lack of access to medical care.
There would be very little "fighting" for anyone. There would be no liberating catharsis on the fields of glory. Just slow and unavoidable death.
Because you think you'll get sniper headshots lol. Nigga please, you probably think war in the trenches in comfy too lmao.
>WW3 would mean the utter collapse of civilization and the modern systems that make it possible. Nuclear exchanges are almost guaranteed. Easily half the world would die when industrial farming practices become impossible due to disruptions in supplies of fuel, fertilizer, pesticides & other essential chemicals, irrigation water, and all the other modern necessities we take for granted that make feeding a world of 7 billion possible.
that sounds soo good.
Essentially everyone would be affected to varying degrees. The climate effects of a nuclear exchange, while exaggerated by some are real enough to cause a small drop in global temperatures, enough to shorten the growing seasons in some areas making them inhospitable.
Anyone in or near a city would fare the worst. Lots of (armed) people contesting each other for scarce supplies and little ability to become self-sufficient. Electrical power would be gone. Supply chains for everything including food, water, and medicine would be irrecoverably disrupted.
Perhaps the uncontacted tribes in the Amazon forest would fare better than anyone. Rural areas with the greater access to clean water and greater ability for subsistence farming would exponentially increase your chances of living in a post nuclear-war world.
why do people still believe this hogwash?
You could fire off every nuke ever made and it would not be the end of the world. Not even close to half the population would die. It would only be the beginning of a really shitty century of war.
>if only there was WW3 then I would really come into my own, I mean I am unhealthy as fuck and am a complete manchild with no life experience or adult skills, but I think I'd do great on a battlefield or in the ruins of civiliztion
the remaining human population would mostly die from starvation and not being able to find clean water
the only people who would be fine are the outdoors types of of people who can hunt and know how to survive alone
>There are people who actually want WWIII to happen
In actuality, you would be pissing your pants and begging for the chance to go back home, assuming everything hasn't been nuked to death already.
>Not even close to half the population would die.
In a nuclear exchange the bulk of casualties don't happen from the blasts or the radiation, they die from starvation and disease when the supply chains that make industrial farming and modern medical care possible are broken.
Here's one example of a single supply chain that is vital to global civilization as we know it (of which there are many more equally as important):
Most phosphorus, the world's most widely used fertilizer (being absolutely necessary for industrial farming) comes from mines in Morocco, after a nuclear exchange it becomes exceedingly difficult or impossible to muster the labor, materials, and equipment to take that phosphorus from mines, ship it to distribution centers thousands of miles away and then distribute it to all the needful parties.
This is just ONE example. The same goes for refined fuel and other petrochemicals. Pesticides, Herbicides, and the electrical power necessary to run a large-scale farming operation. The systems integral to keeping modern civilization aloft are manifold and precarious and are not designed to withstand the stress of a nuclear war.