Now because of these drugs every human being whose affected by this pharmaceutical pollution will also hallucinate, see things that aren't there, hear things that aren't there as well as drug hallucinations and their own case ie past lives will turn on and that will affect them too in present time, it's a survival mechanism to help them survive, if they are in lower conditions spiritually and have overts/withholds ie transgressions, crimes committed etc etc then their case will kick in to prevent them from harming others, it's a combination of the tone scale too, where are they at, are they low on the tone scale or high.
Anyway, due to multiple combinations, nukes could go off where there is pharmaceutical pollution. In countries where there is no psych drugs nor pharmaceutical pollution of any kind, this would not be a factor in nukes going off, their logic would override anger and irrational thoughts and behavior and their case would kick in to prevent them from doing so, it would automatically put them out of present time so they could calm down, with pharmaceutical pollution in the mix when they go out of present time they would stay stuck in past lives for longer periods of time and wouldn't be able to differentiate what's reality and what's not. When a person goes out of present time, it can be as short as 1-2 seconds but with pharmaceutical pollution in the mix, those seconds will turn to hours and days maybe even longer.
I have no idea what the solution is to handle pharmaceutical pollution, since big pharma created this problem, it's their jobs to handle it, to clean up the water supply and put in preventative measures so their products don't harm the general population like water filtration systems including the correct technology to filter out their pollution so that it never makes it into the hands of the general population. Big pharma is responsible and accountable for pharmaceutical pollution.
For example here in the San Fernando Valley, we have something called hard water, so you would need 2-3 water filtration systems to handle it completely, the 1st stage would be to handle the hard water so that it doesn't ruin your filters, then you need the right filter/filters that would handle pharmaceutical pollution. And I don't know how much that would cost each city as each city is different, has different needs and is located in geographical areas that have different sets of problems, this is not a one size fits all solution nor can you cookie cut it, it has to be custom to each city.