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Medialer Paukenschlag: Electro-magnetic pulse (Washington Times-Artikel plus Bild) Updates

08.09.2009 23:50:22
Electro-magnetic pulse - A weapon that could create a new Dark Age
(Übersetzt: Elektromagnetischer Puls - Eine Waffe die ein neues finsteres Mittelalter schaffen könnte)
Washington Times 8.9.2009 [washingtontimes.com]

Sehr wichtiger, ausführlicher Artikel plus Abbildung Mikrowellen-Waffe im/auf VW-Bus!
Bestätigt voll unsere Ausführungen und Warnungen, .Hinweis auf EMP-Kongress und unser offener Brief ans amerikanische Volk als erster Kommentar. Perfekt!
"It turns out, however, that other assaults on our grid might have a similar effect: Radio-frequency weapons could be used to go after critical nodes of the electrical infrastructure in a more tactical way."
Und zur Abbildung: "A Volkswagen camper bus converted into a portable radio frequency weapon simulates an electro-magnetic pulse."
Weitere Auszüge:
"... what can happen if we are unprepared.
...the truly catastrophic vulnerability of all of the infrastructures upon which our society critically depends to interruptions of the electrical grid...
It is no exaggeration to say that the effect of one or the other of these assaults on our electrical grid could be to engender what Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has called "a world without America."
... if the electricity goes off for any protracted period, a cascading ripple-effect takes down the means by which we communicate, get food and water, access financial resources, receive medical services, dispose of sewage and move from one location to another. The longer the time without electricity, the more difficult it is to bring such other infrastructures back on line.
William R. Graham, President Reagan's science adviser, estimates that, if the electricity is off in large sections of America (far more than the relatively small area afflicted by Katrina) for as long as a year, the effect will not simply be on the quality of life here. He says as many as 9 in 10 of our men, women and children will die from starvation, disease and/or exposure.
Mr. Graham knows whereof he speaks. He has served for years as the chairman of a congressionally empaneled commission made up of many of the most knowledgeable scientists in the United States. Their job has been to examine in detail a phenomenon known as electro-magnetic pulse (EMP) that could be used by our enemies like Iran to effect such devastation. The Graham panel has come to be known as the EMP Threat Commission and it has developed a particularly worrisome scenario. A nondescript freighter off one of our coasts could launch with no warning a relatively short-range ballistic missile. Were that missile armed with even a relatively small and crude nuclear weapon that was detonated in space high over the United States, it would unleash large quantities of gamma rays.
As those rays interact with the upper atmosphere, the effect would be to create an immense burst of electromagnetic energy. Any electrical or electronic device -- including the grid's transformers -- not shielded against this pulse would be, at best, taken temporarily off-line. More likely, they will be made permanently unusable.
It turns out, however, that other assaults on our grid might have a similar effect:
Radio-frequency weapons could be used to go after critical nodes of the electrical infrastructure in a more tactical way.
The good news is that there are things that can be done to make our electrical infrastructure less vulnerable to these sorts of Katrina-on-steroids assaults. The question is: Will we take those steps in time, before hostile forces or further natural phenomena devastate this country?
This week a large number of Americans determined to take such preventive action now are convening in Niagara Falls, N.Y. -- a community that knows something about hydro-electric power and its importance for the country.
This meeting will be the first-of-its-kind on this subject, a large conference open to the public and aimed at educating the rest of us about these threats, and impelling the adoption of prophylactic measures.
Presentations will be made by Newt Gingrich and several key serving legislators, as well as many of the country's most knowledgeable scientists, security policy experts and industry leaders.
Organized by a new group, EMPAct America, this meeting represents the best opportunity to date to translate the warnings of the EMP Threat Commission into action. The time has come to do just that.
Frank J. Gaffney Jr. is president of the Center for Security Policy and a columnist for The Washington Times.

Die Aufklärungswelle rollt:

New York Times: The Electromagnetic Pulse Debate [ideas.blogs.nytimes.com] unser offener Brief dazu: [ideas.blogs.nytimes.com] und mein früherer Beitrag [thelede.blogs.nytimes.com]

Danger Room What’s Next in National Security ‘E-Bomb’ Doomsday Conference Starts Today [www.wired.com]

Electromagnetic pulses are a major potential threat [www.buffalonews.com]

EMP Attack Could Wipe Out U.S. [www.newsmax.com]

Conference focusing on electromagnetic bomb dangers [www.buffalonews.com]
"It is our No. 1 threat, and we must acknowledge that." "The conference, sponsored by EMPACT America, featured congressional, intelligence and defense officials. They said the detonation of a nuclear device or another weapon that releases an electromagnetic pulse, or EMP, could fry America's energy grid, telecommunications network and critical medical, water and sewer systems that rely on electricity. .."

Danger from EMP attack [www.wivb.com]
"The first thing is the educational part of it and educate people that the threat exists and look at the remedies and the possible solutions to the problem how we can protect in a small way our town".

Electric grid, emergency communications vulnerable to electromagnetic weapons [urgentcomm.com]
"...a growing use of non-nuclear electromagnetic pulse/intentional electromagnetic interference (EMP/IEMI), including radio-frequency weapons, poses a danger to the national electric grid, manufacturing control and distribution systems, corporate data and emergency-response operations. In addition, communication between first responders would be negligible because the cell and repeater towers would go down because they rely on the energy from the grid...EMP/IEMI weapons come in several forms. Devices range from a suitcase device to a device that would fit in a pick-up truck. Nordling said the person-portable or vehicle-borne weapons can damage electronic equipment and the associated data, rendering systems useless and potentially unrecoverable. Vulnerable support systems at risk range from security systems and communication links to fire protection systems."

EMPs a real threat, conference told [www.bizjournals.com]
“There is a very clear and present danger”

New Warnings On EMP Threat [www.informationweek.com]
"House Homeland Security Committee adviser Christopher A. Beck told the crowd that an EMP attack would transfer the U.S. from the 21st century to the 19th. The EMP conference drew academics, researchers, government officials, and business people from all over."

Keeping finger on electromagnetic threat - It’s electromagnetic, and group warns of threat from an attack
[www.buffalonews.com] plus bilder dieses kongresses.
“This may sound far-fetched, but experts say this is exactly what could happen if the United States ever experienced an attack by an electromagnetic pulse, or EMP. And a group of congressional, military and intelligence officials warned Wednesday during a national conference in Niagara Falls that this country isn’t prepared for the EMP threat." plus Tagungs-Fotos.



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Medialer Paukenschlag: Electro-magnetic pulse (Washington Times-Artikel plus Bild) Updates

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