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PPP EVs vs.EMP Electromagnetic Pulse Threat Part 2
PPP EVs vs.EMP Electromagnetic Pulse Threat Part 2
Bob Stevens: Posted on Saturday, July 26, 2014 12:02 PM
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Interestingly enough, 2 days ago I found an article published by "AFP" - Agence France Presse (www.afp.com) presenting further documentation of a "near miss" EMP. It is easier for me to quote the entire article, then comment. The article absolutely confirmed my last blog article - EMP is a very real & inevitable threat - no nation, although aware of the impending disaster, currently has protection from nor are they prepared to handle such a catastrophic event, which is far worst than a meteor or asteroid impact event. At least with an asteroid / meteor, we have advance warning & if the world could stop fighting over / going to war over a drop of oil then come together, they could possibly missile the asteroid / meteor entering atmosphere breaking it up. This can never be the case with an invisible, not-monitored unexpected EMP!
Agence France Presse article :
"Earth survived near-miss from 2012 solar storm: NASA"
.View photoHandout photo released by Nasa Earth Observatory on June 7, 2011 and taken from Nasa's Solar Dynamics …
"Washington (AFP) - Back in 2012, the Sun erupted with a powerful solar storm that just missed the Earth but was big enough to "knock modern civilization back to the 18th century," NASA said. The extreme space weather that tore through Earth's orbit on July 23, 2012, was the most powerful in 150 years, according to a statement posted on the US space agency website Wednesday.However, few Earthlings had any idea what was going on."If the eruption had occurred only one week earlier, Earth would have been in the line of fire," said Daniel Baker, professor of atmospheric and space physics at the University of Colorado.Instead the storm cloud hit the STEREO-A spacecraft, a solar observatory that is "almost ideally equipped to measure the parameters of such an event," NASA said.Scientists have analyzed the treasure trove of data it collected and concluded that it would have been comparable to the largest known space storm in 1859, known as the Carrington event.It also would have been twice as bad as the 1989 solar storm that knocked out power across Quebec, scientists said."I have come away from our recent studies more convinced than ever that Earth and its inhabitants were incredibly fortunate that the 2012 eruption happened when it did," said Baker.The National Academy of Sciences has said the economic impact of a storm like the one in 1859 could cost the modern economy more than two trillion dollars and cause damage that might take years to repair.Experts say solar storms can cause widespread power blackouts, disabling everything from radio to GPS communications to water supplies -- most of which rely on electric pumps.They begin with an explosion on the Sun's surface, known as a solar flare, sending X-rays and extreme UV radiation toward Earth at light speed.Hours later, energetic particles follow and these electrons and protons can electrify satellites and damage their electronics.Next are the coronal mass ejections, billion-ton clouds of magnetized plasma that take a day or more to cross the Sun-Earth divide.These are often deflected by Earth's magnetic shield, but a direct hit could be devastating.There is a 12 percent chance of a super solar storm the size of the Carrington event hitting Earth in the next 10 years, according to physicist Pete Riley, who published a paper in the journal Space Weather earlier this year on the topic.His research was based on an analysis of solar storm records going back 50 years."Initially, I was quite surprised that the odds were so high, but the statistics appear to be correct," said Riley."It is a sobering figure."
A 12% chance of a "Carrington event" from 150 years ago in the next 10 years means in at least 1 of the next 10 years, this will happen taking out the grids of the world, most electronic devices, satellites, electrical devices such as pumps esp. water pumps supplying water to all civilization(s), storage & refrigeration devices, engines & motors used in manufacturing / transportation etc. When this happens, it will be in an instant - suddenly all nations lose everything electrical and electronic. Civilization(s) would break down, human death tolls after even a year could be as high as 90%.
I am not a "doomsday prediction type" person at all, simply I realize the scope of such an event especially the impact & advocate "preparedness". I also think of myself as a solutions person meaning (& again) PPP EVs (Portable Power Plant Electric Vehicles) would be manufactured immune to such a catastrophic event. Furthermore, (& AGAIN) destinations of PPP EVs plug into the PPP EV for power selling surplus back to national grids. PPP EVs are the definition of "Dispersed Autonomous Energy" and would save any country smart enough to implement in advance = have them in place while the rest of the world is caught totally by surprise & off guard.
An EMP "Carrington event" size will happen in 1 of the next 10 years - could be this year, next year, the year after - no one really knows other than it will happen. Similar to an earth quake or better yet a tsunami inevitably following underwater earthquakes / tectonic plate movement, this will happen sooner or later. Even with 50 million PPP EVs "on the road" in the USA, those PPP EVs would support the rest of USA's population immediately! This is something not to be underestimated.........
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