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Originally posted by Netchicken
Banshee has the right idea.
What is causing the problems in the world at present?
Not the NWO...
but the incidious, inoccuous trees!!!
Is this a conspiracy? Are trees finally starting to rebel and get their own back for thousands of years of being cut down, burnt, and had initials carved in them.
Are the trees rising up in a Nature vrs human revolution?
Could your team, if you wanted to, take down the entire grid in the United States?
The IDART red team could demonstrate numerous vulnerabilities and system effects against U.S. critical infrastructure that are scenario-dependent and adversary-dependent. We do this so that we can help improve the systems so that they can't be taken down in the future, and a cyber Pearl Harbor won't affect the U.S. infrastructures.
But could you if you wanted to?
I won't answer that question. ...
So just put it in all perspective. What's the worst-case power scenario, power we're talking here -- power lines, power grid?
Absolute worst? I won't even say absolute, but a very worst case could be loss of power for six months or more.
Over how big an area?
Big as you want.
Is that a possibility?
I'd just as soon not go into it.
But you believe, as an expert, a man who understands these systems, that indeed that is a possibility?
Why isn't Washington quaking in its shoes?
I can't tell you. I don't know. I don't know.
Originally posted by John Nada
I've said this before but there are rumours that the undeground cities belonging to the elite have been powered up, sucking energy from over the world. I don't know wheter there is any truth in it but if there was it really wouldn't look good.
Originally posted by infinite
Japan will be next. Japan will be the last country to experience the power cuts. Also Japan would go into chaos if the country went into darkness
Denmark, Sweden and Norway will send a joint team of experts to Canada and the United States on a fact-finding mission to study the Aug. 14 blackout, the Danish Emergency Management Agency said yesterday.
"We want to find out what can be done to co-ordinate the different authorities and utility companies involved when such an event happens," said a Danish Emergency official, Colonel Joern Devantier.
The team will meet colleagues and utility experts in Ottawa and Toronto. In Washington, they will have talks with officials from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Homeland Security Department. The seven-member group is leaving the Danish capital tomorrow.
Denmark is sending three people, including two from the emergency agency and one from Elsam, the country's biggest electric utility. There will be two representatives from the Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate and two employees with the Swedish Emergency Management Agency.
"It's a unique opportunity because it was the biggest blackout in recent history," Devantier said.