posted on Jul, 28 2016 @ 12:34 AM
a reply to: thesungod
The military yes. But they are still working on the grids..... gimme a sec. I'll see if i can find a source.
Per link i'll provide...
"To bring down cities currently needs an air-burst nuke-scale attack, something that would probably draw a catastrophic response against the
While the Department of a Homeland Security has been working on the question, Currie feels there's still confusion about who is responsible for EMP
risks: “DHS had not clearly identified internal roles and responsibilities for addressing electromagnetic risks to the electric grid or communicated
these to external federal and industry partners “, his testimony states.
“An EMP detonated at 300 miles above the US may impact the entire country”, Currie elaborates in a GAO podcast here, adding that efforts are
“sporadic and disparate”.
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Another source... a quote from the link...
“Our nation has further increased its reliance on technologies that depend upon the availability of electricity and digital electronics to manage
and monitor the network of systems that deliver our basic goods and services,” said the report from the Jewish Institute for National Security
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