Rodrick Su (rsu@tigana.com)
Sat, 25 Mar 2000 07:02:04 -0800


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Simmons
> If we take the standard casualty figures - 2.8 billion from the opening
> attacks, 200 million from the colony impact, and 2.5 billion from Ruum -
> and shift a billion from Ruum to the first round of attacks, the numbers
> make a lot more sense. Assuming a pre-war population of 12
> billion total...
>
> PRE-WAR POST-WAR
>
> Earth 2.0 billion 1.8 billion <- 0.2 billion killed by
> colony drop
> Side 1 1.5 billion 0.35 billion <- 75% killed in first
> days of war
> Side 2 1.5 billion 0.35 billion <- 75% killed in first
> days of war
> Side 3 1.5 billion 1.5 billion <- Essentially no losses
> Side 4 1.5 billion 0.0 billion <- Totally destroyed
> Side 5 1.5 billion 0.0 billion <- Totally destroyed
> Side 6 1.5 billion 1.5 billion <- Essentially no losses
> Moon 0.8 billion 0.8 billion <- Essentially no losses
> Other 0.2 billion 0.2 billion <- Essentially no losses
>
> Total 12.0 billion 6.5 billion
>
> Since both combatants have less than 0.1 billion soldiers, I'm assuming
> military casualties are insignificant here. The total pre- and post-war
> populations can be twiddled up and down, but I'll leave that as an
> exercise for the reader.
>

Hum... I always thought that the only totally destroy Side is Side 5, with
both side lobbing nukes back and forth. Also, Side 1 & 2 must had lots of
Gas attacks (as seen in the flashback in 8th MS Team).

[ Rodrick Su [ ]
[ rsu@tigana.com [ I might be crazier than you think. ]

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