Nu­clear winter

TagLast edit: 18 May 2021 21:14 UTC by EA Wiki assistant

Nuclear winter is a severe and prolonged global climatic cooling effect triggered by stratospheric smoke from firestorms following a large-scale nuclear war.

Miti­gat­ing x-risk through modularity

Toby Newberry17 Dec 2020 19:54 UTC
82 points
4 comments14 min readEA link

How bad would nu­clear win­ter caused by a US-Rus­sia nu­clear ex­change be?

Luisa_Rodriguez20 Jun 2019 1:48 UTC
88 points
11 comments43 min readEA link

Nu­clear war is un­likely to cause hu­man extinction

landfish7 Nov 2020 5:39 UTC
36 points
23 comments11 min readEA link

Up­dated es­ti­mates of the sever­ity of a nu­clear war

Luisa_Rodriguez19 Dec 2019 15:11 UTC
56 points
1 comment5 min readEA link

Should we be spend­ing no less on al­ter­nate foods than AI now?

Denkenberger29 Oct 2017 23:28 UTC
36 points
9 commentsEA link

Ja­cob Cates and Aron Mill: Scal­ing in­dus­trial food pro­duc­tion in nu­clear winter

EA Global18 Oct 2019 18:05 UTC
8 points
0 comments1 min readEA link

Cost-Effec­tive­ness of Foods for Global Catas­tro­phes: Even Bet­ter than Be­fore?

Denkenberger19 Nov 2018 21:57 UTC
23 points
4 commentsEA link

How you can save ex­pected lives for $0.20-$400 each and re­duce X risk

Denkenberger27 Nov 2017 2:23 UTC
24 points
5 commentsEA link

Sav­ing ex­pected lives at $10 apiece?

Denkenberger14 Dec 2016 15:38 UTC
15 points
23 commentsEA link

Juan Gar­cía Martínez: In­dus­trial al­ter­na­tive foods for global catas­trophic risks

EA Global21 Nov 2020 8:12 UTC
6 points
0 comments1 min readEA link

What is the like­li­hood that civ­i­liza­tional col­lapse would di­rectly lead to hu­man ex­tinc­tion (within decades)?

Luisa_Rodriguez24 Dec 2020 22:10 UTC
198 points
29 comments50 min readEA link
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