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Preparing for an EMP Attack – Can Faraday Cages Help?

By Lisa S. – The Bug Out Bag Guide

An electromagnetic pulse, or EMP, may sound harmless enough but its effects can be devastating. An EMP is essentially an intense burst of energy (for instance a lightning bolt, which is simply a highly concentrated EMP event that is very localized) that, depending on size and intensity, could potentially wipe out electrical and information systems across vast areas. 164 more words

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Sounding The Alarm On The Country's Vulnerability To An EMP- Establishment insiders are worried we're too vulnerable

by Chris Martenson Monday, June 1, 2015, 11:29 PM

In the past here at Peak Prosperity, we’ve written extensively on the threat posed by a sustained loss of electrical grid power. 490 more words

Well-Connected Insiders Plead for Action: “An EMP Could Change the Course of Global Civilization By 2030″

In the past here at Peak Prosperity, we’ve written extensively on the threat posed by a sustained loss of electrical grid power. More specifically, we’ve warned that the most damaging threat to our grid would come from either a manmade or natural electromagnetic pulse (EMP). 2,394 more words

Government

Threat to the United States from Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Attack

The EMP Commission was established pursuant to title XIV of the Floyd D. Spence National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2001 (as enacted into law by Public Law 106-398; 114 Stat. 240 more words

EXPOSEDNews

Air Force To Buy Cruise Missiles Equipped With Electromagnetic Pulse Weapon

  • the U.S. Air Force confirmed last week that it’s developed an electromagnetic pulse weapon
  • Boeing’s “CHAMP,” short for Counter-electronics High-powered Microwave Advanced Missile Project
  • carries a small generator that emits microwaves to fry electronics with pinpoint accuracy.
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USA

If the power grid goes down, blame the war on solar

A large number of electric utilities across the country are famously engaged in a war against customer-owned solar. Using policy barriers, “standby” charges and other tactics, utilities from Arizona to Virginia are doing everything possible to short-circuit a revolution that threatens their control of the electric sector. 674 more words

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Another day in America, another exaggerated threat: about EMP weapons

Summary: A new day, a new fear barrage on America. Today we’re told to wet our pants in fear of North Korea or terrorists detonating a nuke to create an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) to burn out our weapons (as opposed to using it to destroy a city). 796 more words

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