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EMP ATTACK: Will You Live or Die?

It has been documented over and over by reputable sources including the late Dr. Stan Monteith that in the event of an Electro-Magnetic Pulse (EMP) attack 90% of the US population would be dead within 1 year.  916 more words

Security

Congressman Urges Protection for Power Grid: EMP Attack “Could Bring Our Civilization to a Cold, Dark Halt”

By Mac Slavo – SHTFplan.com

When it comes to an EMP attack, the question remains “when” not “if” the SHTF. Few other scenarios hold as much potential for disaster and disruption to the lives of everyone in society. 1,253 more words

Prepper

One Year After - by William R. Forstchen (2015)

Book review for “One Second After”:

https://alwaysreading1.wordpress.com/2014/04/12/one-second-after-by-william-forstchen-2008/

“One Year After” continues the story of John Matherson and the town of Black Mountain in North Carolina. This town actually exists, and is the author’s hometown. 515 more words

Fiction (all Types)

Homemade coilgun

This is another little project of mine that I have done 3 years ago. Coilgun is an electromagnetic system that accelerates a projectile to create speeds similar to a regal gun (300 m/s and more ) only using energy stored in a capacitor bank. 1,160 more words

Science

Electromagnetic Pulse: One Day We Will Wake Up In An America Without Electricity And Society Will Totally Break Down

Source: The Economic Collapse Blog, by Michael Snyder

What would you do if the power grid went down and never came back up? One of these days, and it could be a lot sooner than most people think, we will all wake up in a country without electricity. 649 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

A book review, sort of.

Hello, world! 

I haven’t written about books in a LONG time, but I love books.  I love reading and I have a particular fondness for post-apocalyptic literature.  448 more words

Life

5 Ways An EMP Could Kill Your Car

By Carmela Tyrell – SurvivoPedia

Most cars created in the last few decades have computers integrated into just about every system in the vehicle. No matter whether you are talking about exhaust systems, fuel systems, or any other part of the car, rest assured there is at least one chip based sensor that leads back to a main computer. 33 more words

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