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Re: Washington Post: Bedrohung der USA durch elektromagnetische Angriffe?

16.05.2005 01:47:15
<HTML>In einem ausführlichen Artikel in der Washington Post hatte bereits ein Senator und Vorsitzender eines Senatsausschusses für Terrorfragen, Technologie und Heimatschutz mit deutlichen Worten, Argumenten und Fakten vor einem großen (vermutlich nuklearen) Angriff mit elektromagnetischen Pulsen gewarnt.

Unready For This Attack

By Jon Kyl
April 16, 2005; Page A19

Recently a Senate Judiciary subcommittee of which I am chairman held a hearing on a major threat to the American people, one that could come not only from terrorist organizations such as al Qaeda but from rogue nations such as Iran and North Korea.

An electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack on the American homeland, said one of the distinguished scientists who testified at the hearing, is one of only a few ways that the United States could be defeated by its enemies -- terrorist or otherwise. And it is probably the easiest. A single Scud missile, carrying a single nuclear weapon, detonated at the appropriate altitude, would interact with the Earth's atmosphere, producing an electromagnetic pulse radiating down to the surface at the speed of light. Depending on the location and size of the blast, the effect would be to knock out already stressed power grids and other electrical systems across much or even all of the continental United States, for months if not years...

American society has grown so dependent on computer and other electrical systems that we have created our own Achilles' heel of vulnerability, ironically much greater than those of other, less developed nations. When deprived of power, we are in many ways helpless, as the New York City blackout made clear. In that case, power was restored quickly because adjacent areas could provide help. But a large-scale burnout caused by a broad EMP attack would create a much more difficult situation. Not only would there be nobody nearby to help, it could take years to replace destroyed equipment...

Those who survived, he said, would find themselves transported back to the United States of the 1880s...
This threat may sound straight out of Hollywood, but it is very real...

The Sept. 11 commission report stated that our biggest failure was one of "imagination." No one imagined that terrorists would do what they did on Sept. 11. Today few Americans can conceive of the possibility that terrorists could bring our society to its knees by destroying everything we rely on that runs on electricity. But this time we've been warned, and we'd better be prepared to respond.

The writer is a Republican senator from Arizona and chairman of the Senate Judiciary subcommittee on terrorism, technology and homeland security.</HTML>
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Re: Washington Post: Bedrohung der USA durch elektromagnetische Angriffe?

Infoman 3638 16.05.2005 01:47:15

Re: Pressekonferenz White House: Bedrohung der USA durch elektromagnetische Angriffe?

Infoman 3064 15.05.2005 02:56:05

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