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    Friday, April 30, 2010

    Israeli EMP attack on Iran

    Israel still pondering that attack on Iran

    WORLD NEWS: "Israel Weights Merits of Solo Attack on Iran: Officials, Seeing Impending Policy Split With U.S., Debate Prospect of a Military Strike Without Washington's Consent," by Charles Levinson, Wall Street Journal, 21 April 2010.
    Yet another story on a now familiar story.
    If and when it happens, this will be the least surprising surprise attack in human history.
    SOURCE:by Thomas P.M. Barnett on April 30, 2010

    Israeli EMP ( non-nuclear ) attack on Iran.
    The electromagnetic pulse generated by the blast would fry microchips, which are at the heart of electronic devices.
    Without that infrastructure, the military would find it difficult to operate as well. Since microchips control vehicles, trains, and airplanes, most would become inoperable.
    No one could get to work.

    An EMP attack “could not only take down power grids, which are fragile anyway in this country, and telecommunications networks, and financial networks, and traffic controls and many other things, but in addition, there is a very close interrelationship among those national infrastructure capabilities,” Graham says.
    “So, for example, we need telecommunications to re-establish the power network, and we need the power network to keep telecommunications going for more than a few hours. And we need the financial network to continue to operate to maintain the economy, we need the transportation system, roads, street lights, control systems, to operate just to get people to the failed power, telecommunication and other systems,” he adds.

    Life after an EMP attack “would probably be something that you might imagine life to be like around the late 1800s but with several times the population we had in those days, and without the ability of the country to support and sustain all those people,” Graham says. “They wouldn’t have power. Food supplies would be greatly taken out by the lack of transportation, telecommunication, power for refrigeration and so on.”

    ....computers are connected to things that either are antennas or look like antennas,” he says. “Even a mouse cable looks like an antenna to an electromagnetic signal. Certainly power lines, telecommunication lines, all act as antennas to pick up EMP signals and check them in the computers. And we have done tests with computers, and EMP tends to burn out the computer circuits.”

    Stock and banking transactions would also be wiped out.


    The EMP attack would set Iran back 5 years or more.

    Enough time to replace the current regime.

    Internet Anthropologist

    Tehran hears a loud clap of thunder, and Iran scrambles jets
    as the Israeli jets retreat back across the Iranian border.
    Fluorescent lights and television sets will glow eerily bright, despite being turned off. 
    The putrid smell  of ozone mixed with smoldering plastic will seep from outlet covers as electric wires arc and smoking telephone lines melt.  Your MP3 player and cell phone will get hot, their batteries overloaded
    hot enough to burn your skin if left in contact with them..  Your computer, and every bit of data on it, will be gone deleted to a crisp. Suddenly you hear the birds as silence decends.  The background noise of civilization, the mufflers of autos and trucks will have stopped, engines that will never start again.  
    You check your body for damage and you feel well, just an feeling of creeping disaster as you recognize
    you are back in the 1800's. 
    ATMs, Banks phones, cell phones, computers, TV, radios, all transportation DEAD.
    Never to run again.
    Data bases wiped clean, deleted, financial records, medical records, police records and most
    of the Iranian Governments electronic records destroyed, unretrievable.

    The regime unable to communicate to its armys, un able to govern, Society reverts back
    to tribal methods of governance the regime decapitated and replaced.

    Citizens elect a new Government and world governments revert to a rescue effort
    to restart the Iranian culture, minus any nuclear capability.

    And not one Iranian killed by the NNEMP.




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