because of the electric surge. Bartlett has for decades warned of the harm of an EMP attack a nuclear detonation in the atmosphere that could fry computers and anything with an electric circuit in his writings, in legislation and in late-night speeches on the House floor, though experts differ. Please contact us for permission to reproduce this content in other media formats. If you havent already started, take it upon yourself to begin preparing today, because those who arent ready when disaster strikes will be destined to a fate of hardship and horrors. A couple of weeks ago the sun emitted a massive CME (Coronal Mass Ejection) that, had it been earth-directed, would likely have wiped out critical portions of the worlds power grid and sent developed nations back to the stone age within a matter of seconds. But you know, youre planning because the supermarket may not always be there. Click here to subscribe : Join over one million monthly readers and receive breaking news, strategies, ideas and commentary.
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According to researchers. EMPact, america, an organization dedicated to studying and preparing for the possibility of large-scale electro magnetic pulse threats that can destroy our modern day electrical infrastructure, the earth came dangerously close to a serious destabilization event. most other Mississippian culture sites, although the copper workshops discovered near Mound 34 at Cahokia are so far the only copper.
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Former Congressman Roscoe Bartlett has warned that every American should develop an emergency plan for exactly such a scenario: We dont really think of those today, because its so convenient to go to the supermarket, he cautions. Its not impossible to survive such an event. Estimates suggest that in such a scenario 90 of Americas population would perish within one years time due to lack of food, clean water, medicine and other critical services currently made possible by on-demand electrical infrastructure. Though such powerful flares as the one that almost hit earth two weeks ago are rare, they happen more often than you may think. Some agree the dangers are real, while others say such an attack is unlikely and the potential effects remain uncertain. In November of 2003 an X28 Class solar flare the largest ever recorded narrowly missed earth. Money might become worthless. We have come close, and one day chances are an earth directed flare will take out our modern day electrical infrastructure.
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