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[Book Review] Disaster Preparedness For EMP Attacks & Solar Storms by Arthur T. Bradley Ph.D


By: Zy Marquiez
February 1, 2016

The subject of EMPs/Solar Storms, as the author makes a it a point to allude to, is merely one component of a more robust preparation plan. 665 more words

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Life After Blogs

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Your life without a computer: what does it look like? Very bad! If the worlds electronics all get fried due to a huge solar storm, it sure will create millions of new jobs developing something that will not get fried. 458 more words

Disaster After Disaster Continues To Hit America

When will all the Natural Disasters cease? What will happen next?

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Since the month of September, the United States has been absolutely pummelled by a devastating series of disasters. 477 more words

Signs

As If We Didn't Have Enough To Fear...

If strong enough, the storm of electrons and other charged particles from an EMP could disrupt the Earth’s magnetic field, disable satellites and the internet, ground all commercial aviation, silence telecommunications, and fry much of the electrical grid — catapulting our society back to the 19th century for months or years.

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Off The Top

Power Grid Destruction Of The Third – And Worst – Kind

By Mahatma Muhjesbude – SurvivoPedia

By now, we all know about the potential catastrophic dangers of the high electromagnetic pulse (HEMP) from terrorists or WWIII, and likely solar flare events. 112 more words

Space Weather

chaos and order

Year 2015. “Chaos was the law of nature; Order was the dream of man.” Henry Adams

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Md. Researchers Detail Solar Events Never Seen Before

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — We all know staring into the sun can be dangerous, but a group of Maryland researchers has been doing just that for 20 years. 234 more words

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