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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

Solar

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

Other Issues

True Light/Dawn's Light - by Terri Blackstock (2007, 2008)

  

It’s been almost three-quarters of a year since the planet has been plunged back into darkness by a natural electromagnetic pulsar. There are none of the conveniences we take for granted, such as electrical lighting or indoor plumbing. 305 more words

Fiction

Caller from Cali says Directed Energy was used on 9/11 | FLOW OF WISDOM

This is the final clip from the 1st hour on April 19th, 2015. A caller from California says directed energy was used on the World Trade Canter during the 9/11 attacks. 29 more words

Alternative News

US Military moves back to underground base in Rocky Mountains | FLOW OF WISDOM

There is clearly a shifting going on in the United States with corporate businesses, the Government and the Military, but what are they not telling us? 92 more words

Alternative News

Night Light - by Terri Blackstock (2006)

This is book 2 in the “Restoration” series, and was just as engaging as the first book (Last Light). The Branning family and the community around them are still struggling to adjust to a society where no electronic devices work. 221 more words

Fiction