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Iran plans to knock out U.S. with 1 nuclear bomb with electro-magnetic pulse

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posted on Jul, 29 2005 @ 05:35 AM
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Such insane denial of the facts is eactly what lead up to 911.

Fact - ALL military communications systems are "Hardened" against EMP

Fact - ALL commercial comminications buildlings are "hardened" against EMP.

The FAS on their website have significant warnings about Iran and EMP.

Great work there ED......




posted on Jul, 29 2005 @ 08:39 PM
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Originally posted by Bush43

Fact - ALL military communications systems are "Hardened" against EMP

Fact - ALL commercial comminications buildlings are "hardened" against EMP.




#1 - I wish it were so, but alas its not the case,

#2 - Not the case either

Now most of our infrastructure is NOT hardened.......



posted on Jul, 29 2005 @ 09:07 PM
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Just have a question?

What is "Hard" in more detail....how do they "add" protection from this form of attack...Plus what are possible solutions ("cheap" if poss.) to solve it ?

Plus would it effect "generators" ? Way to protect it ? etc....(and what about my pressios comput'z ?) lol

anywho....just looking for how and what it would effect.

Y'r Canadian friend,
Sven



posted on Jul, 30 2005 @ 02:25 AM
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Originally posted by svenglezz
Just have a question?

What is "Hard" in more detail....how do they "add" protection from this form of attack...Plus what are possible solutions ("cheap" if poss.) to solve it ?

Plus would it effect "generators" ? Way to protect it ? etc....(and what about my pressios comput'z ?) lol

anywho....just looking for how and what it would effect.

Y'r Canadian friend,
Sven


Quick n' dirty reply.

EMP will hit in two ways - conductive, and I guess what could be referred to as inductive.

Conductive - [Any] power and antenna inputs will act as 'antennas' and carry the pulse straight into the device.
Unplugging or otherwise electrically decoupling here will help. Pipes, railroad tracks, stuff like that may also conduct the pulse, so don't be hanging around such thing when it hits.

Inductive is where the electronics of the device are just hit 'directly' by the pulse. The protection from that could in the form of shielding, like a Faraday cage, or very over-engineered electronics, (but that's a bit more risky).

If you are sat at home / work with your PC on mains power, connected to the phone line, or a LAN, well ... I'd say it'll be toast. A single pulse is only going to exist for a very short time, so just unplug stuff and put it in a big metal box that is insulated from everything else. Don't forget to make sure the stuff inside the box is physically insulated from the box itself too tho'.

Generators could well be damaged - anything like electronic ignition could blow, plus any power cables could spike back badly enough to damage the inverters, or other power components.

There's a bit more here.



posted on Jul, 30 2005 @ 02:32 AM
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Yes that would be the way to sedate pretty-much all conventional flying machines (ATS Aircraft Specialists feel free to correct me), except the super secret negative gravity models maybe?

I have a video of a California bunker from years ago that still freaks me out as to it's design and the fact you cannot see it at ground level.

If you see it from above ground, it looks like a B2 with a runway. Up close it's clearly a recessed ('Funnel') concrete structure..

Dallas



posted on Jul, 30 2005 @ 11:01 AM
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Thanx "0951" for your short and dirty reply....much helpfull.

guess from what you mentioned...my computer is "toast" when it hits....becasue you know I ain't gon'a unplus my comput'z till the attack happens...could be months or years or not ever...so I will run the risk by staying connected to the Internet and "You guy'z and gals"...would not lose/disconnect at any price.

Thanx again 0951 and all the others


Y'r Canadian friend,
Sven



posted on Jul, 30 2005 @ 02:51 PM
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Originally posted by svenglezz
Thanx "0951" for your short and dirty reply....much helpfull.

guess from what you mentioned...my computer is "toast" when it hits....becasue you know I ain't gon'a unplus my comput'z till the attack happens...could be months or years or not ever...so I will run the risk by staying connected to the Internet and "You guy'z and gals"...would not lose/disconnect at any price.

Thanx again 0951 and all the others


Y'r Canadian friend,
Sven


Sven,

No worries, you are welcome.

You know, I'm not going to worry about saving my computer if it is the 'big' one
- I'd be far too busy protecting my radio equipment, my power inverters, some small mains transformers, and a couple of small electronic test meters.

Then I'd start reading through all of those screen prints I took from this thread and be thankful that I'd had them laminated to protect them.



posted on Jul, 31 2005 @ 09:02 AM
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oh....laminating ...hmmm....

Guess I should start t'a print out all my porn pics and laminate 'em lol

Thanx again,
Y'r Canadian friend,
Sven



posted on Aug, 27 2005 @ 11:29 PM
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Originally posted by svenglezz
oh....laminating ...hmmm....

Guess I should start t'a print out all my porn pics and laminate 'em lol

Thanx again,
Y'r Canadian friend,
Sven


Well if it happens , you will not need them anymore anyway.



posted on Oct, 27 2009 @ 10:12 PM
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If the topic of an EMB/EM pulse is of so little interest, why is most of the USAF material still or recently classified? It's Area 51 and Project Bue Book all over again! www.panaxus.com



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