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EMP On America: Preppers Vs Non-Preppers – Who Will Live, Who Will Die in the 1st 72 Hours

from DAHBOO777:

In May of 2014, experts testified before the House Homeland Security Committee’s Subcommittee on Cybersecurity, Infrastructure Protection, and Security Technologies, on what the “catastrophic” effects of an “Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP)” would be for Americans.

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2 comments to EMP On America: Preppers Vs Non-Preppers – Who Will Live, Who Will Die in the 1st 72 Hours

  • buggymak110

    No one will survive…. EMP event will kill everyone….. all nuclear power plants are going to blow without generators and fuel transportation it’s going to be a desaster…… so for that scenario no one wins !!!!!

  • Craig escaped from Detroit

    @Buggymak,, you are correct about Nuke plants all going “Melty Smelty” without grid power etc.

    As for Ham Radio? I’d advise NEVER get the Ham License (because you’ll be high on the FEMA-NSA List for “getting collected”.) Gov’t taking power, does NOT appreciate UNCONTROLLED communications or Guns, food, fuels, etc.

    When the SHTF, nobody will care about “are you licensed”? Pirate radios & walkie talkies (or even Infrared LASER TALKIES) will be the only “independent” communications. Laser talkies are good ONLY for “line of sight-Aimed communications”… and if you use the I.R. lasers,, it will be invisible (without night vision scopes).

    A few good “technicians” can cobble together some “laser talkies”.. or “Laser-Wi-Fi networks”.
    Imagine pointing an IR Laser network transmitter/receiver at a WATER TOWER,, and all the “clients” can point their’s at it TOO,, and make a “Mesh network” totally independent from all the “standard-legit” systems.
    Even POPULAR science magazine,, many years ago ran a story on Laser Talkies.

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