Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
reply to post by LeTan
An electromagnetic pulse wont necessarily destroy electronic devices. If it was weak enough or far enough away chances are it would simply interfere
with wireless communications for a short period of time.
correct the explosive devices in PVC with a coil of wire around them failed to achieve the desire results ( that the brass wanted ), but did give a
lot of data on 'low yield' magnetic events (specifically that they had sweet spots frequency (cycles per second/hertz) speaking) . The most likely
thing given the current solar/ Space Weather
situation is magnetic re-coupling after the compression ...
and ( an almost white paper) :interestingly the site is being stuborn : google this : magnetic decoupling , ionosphere, click on the link for " PDF]
Center for Magnetosphere and Ionosphere Decoupling Investigations ...
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - Quick View
possible decoupling of the magnetosphere-ionosphere system, the effect of rotated IMF on the transfer of magnetic flux is seen to be an important area
of ..." ( i will attempt to capture the pdf)
, and those spots represent antipodal magnetic couplings on the earth ( "over-charge would change the 'ground's ' ability to nit be a "ground"
electrically speaking for anywhere from a few minutes to several hours ( or days if induction is happening from other places of differential charge
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and ( not to you )
mankind is man and kind which is man ( the image of mannon ( the name also assciociated in acient itmes with bil or bel , and or his
woman/wife/progenitor), or some other variant, and kind, which is a permutation of kin, also used as king , but meaning brothers or otherwise related,
generally considered genetic relation ) .
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edit yet again another good pdf , relating to re-coupling and weather: engineering.dartmouth.edu...
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