posted on Sep, 6 2017 @ 01:51 AM
The problem with an EMP attack might not just be 9 out of 10 Americans dead within a year, it might be all the US nuclear power plants melting down
after losing back up power a week later. The 9 out of 10 dead is a number from US sources. The large transformers that take a year or 2 to build I
heard are made in China.
Are there any electrical experts here? If NK exploded 2 hydrogen bombs over both the east and west coasts, would our power grid go down for a whole
year? I was wondering if power could be restored faster than a year or if our grid had emergency power generation capability to get things moving
Could we stop our nuclear plants from melting down with a nationwide EMP attack? If not, would the radiation from melt downs increase radiation
enough around the world to kill almost everyone? This is assuming our nuclear subs wouldn't nuke NK to ashes and create another radioactive cloud
circling the globe.
edit on 6/9/17 by orionthehunter because: (no reason given)