Print this now because you won’t be able to after an EMP attack.
Billionaire hedge-fund manager Paul Singer believes an electromagnetic pulse attack is the biggest threat facing the US today, and it’s hard to deny he’s right. Enemies of the United States are hard at work developing weapons that can deliver our doom by detonating a missile or satellite miles above us. There is virtually no aspect of our society that won’t be affected, if not completely annihilated, by an EMP attack, but you are in a position to prepare yourself right now.
Due to the way the electric grid is designed in this country, once the first strike hits critical substations, the rest will fall quickly, giving you little chance to act. This is not the time you want to discover your pricey escape vehicle didn’t fare will in an attack.
What Are EMPs?
EMPs are pulses of energy that have the power to take out the grid, and they can be emitted from a nuclear blast and in other situations, including those related to natural phenomena. The threat of an EMP attack is serious enough that earlier this year President Trump issued “Executive Order on Coordinating National Resilience to Electromagnetic Pulses.” If the billionaire sitting in the White House is taking this threat seriously, you should, too. There are any number of countries who potentially pose a threat, including Russia, China, North Korea, and even potentially Iran and Pakistan. An EMP attack would be catastrophic, crippling the economy and the military and resulting in an immediate state of chaos.
Should I Protect My Vehicles?
According to the Report of the Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States from Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Attack, most automobiles will experience few effects at EMP field levels below 25 kV/m, with approximately 10% being seriously affected by higher field levels. Most automobiles won’t require any extra steps to end up okay in an EMP attack, even those with features that rely upon computers. However, we all know how expensive survival vehicles can be. If you have made a considerable investment into your survival vehicle fleet, you may want to consider using a conductive cloth that is made specially for protecting vehicles and generators in an EMP attack to add an extra layer of protection. You can afford it, so it doesn’t make any sense to skip this step.
Russia alone has the capability to hit the US with 2,000 EMP bursts that will fry virtually everything in the country. We’ll have no phones, no computers, no electricity, and for most, no survival supplies. You invested considerably in your survival, and the time to act to protect this investment is now, because there is nowhere in this country that will be outside of the effects of such an attack. Even your mountain hideaway won’t be safe, but you have to be able to get to that hideaway first if you want to find out for yourself.
If and when an EMP attack strikes, these are the areas you’ll want to avoid:
- Congested cities
- Large towns
- Nuclear power plants
And, of course, it goes without saying you’ll want to avoid North Korea, LOL.
An EMP attack probably won’t kill you, but in the aftermath there will be plenty of conditions that will. There will be murders, automobile accidents, and endless other terrifying and potentially lethal threats.
About EMP attacks, Singer issued the following warning to investors. (Hint: that means YOU.)
“While these pages are typically chock full of scary or depressing scenarios, there is one risk that is head-and-shoulders above all the rest in terms of the scope of potential damage adjusted for the likelihood of occurrence, ” Singer wrote to clients of his $24.8 billion Elliott Management on Monday in a standard investment update letter. “Even horrendous nuclear war, except in its most extreme form, can [be] a relatively localized issue, and the threat from asteroids can (possibly) be mitigated.”
The billionaire further warned that it was only two years ago that a natural EMP event happened when the sun released a Carrington-magnitude burst. The position of the planet prevented this blast from hitting us, but let’s face it, we might not be as lucky next time.
While Singer has called for greater protection to the power grid and the electronic devices we rely on, we’re far from being protected. In the meantime, be smart and protect what you’ve got. You never know when you might need it.
Thanks to National Geographic for this fantastic recreation of what could happen in an EMP attack!
You can use conductive cloth to protect your valuable vehicles and generators from an EMP attack.
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