EMP Could Make Life In US Unsustainable


News Flash:

Today, the Department of Homeland Insecurity has NOT identified a natural, or man-made, electromagnetic pulse, or EMP, event as a serious national security threat. Even though, the event would make living in the United States “unsustainable” for 70 to 90 percent of the population.

While plans to harden systems against such an occurrence, that would cost a few billion dollars, has passed the House (H.R. 668), they are stalled in the Senate.

Rep. Franks, sponsor of H.R. 668, stated that should a nuclear weapon from a rogue state, such as Iran, be detonated in Earth’s atmosphere at a sufficient height above the continental United States, the blast of electromagnetic energy could immediately cripple America’s electric power grid.

Source: http://www.wnd.com


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