Could a cockaroch real survive a nuclear bomb? If so how and why?
This is a common myth, perpetuated by the fact that cockroach infestations are so difficult to get rid of. Sadly, it's not grounded in fact. A cockroach has just as much chance of dying in the heat and radiation of a nuclear explosion as any other animal.
Mythbusters tested this one last season, exposing various insects to nuclear-weapon levels of radiation, and the cockroaches didn't survive any better than anything else. (I believe the fruit flies were the best survivors, but I might be mistaken on that.)
roaches are flamable, more so than humans(just one spark it burn them in 2 secounds) so I doubt it. They're kind of "tough bugs" in the fact that the can live without a head for bout amonth(or something around there), & they can survive off a greasy finger print for bout a week if not more.
I THINK THAT IS MORE OF A PHRASE because WHEN YOU HAVE COCKROACHES IT TAKES A LOT OF TIME TO GET RID OF THEM SO PEOPLE SAY "COCKROACHES COULD SURVIVE A NUCLEAR BOMB!"