Saturday, August 29, 2009

Protecting America Against Permanent Continental Shutdown From Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Conference 2009

This upcoming EMP conference from EMPACT America, Inc. is something straight out of The Matrix. Nevertheless, many politicians and military industrial complex members believe that EMPs pose a serious national security risk to the country and its interests. If you are interested in these types of topics, there is an upcoming conference September 8th-10th, 2009 at Niagara Falls, New York. I would not recommend going over the Falls in a barrel.

A National Conference,
September 8th-10th, 2009,
Niagara Falls, NY

-- Featuring former Speaker of the House
Newt Gingrich, Congressman Roscoe Bartlett, and other EMP experts from the military, industry, and academia --

A man-made Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) is caused by a nuclear weapon detonated in the atmosphere. This threat is a realistic possibility in this day and age. In fact, two Congressional Commissions have recently warned that America could suffer catastrophic consequences from a nuclear EMP attack by terrorists or rogue states. Their reports also point out that the U.S. can be protected if we act quickly. A House Homeland Security subcommittee is currently meeting and considering legislation, but very little has been done so far. According to the Abstract of the original Report of the Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States from EMP Attack, U.S. Congress, 2004: “Several potential adversaries have or can acquire the capability to attack the United States with a high-altitude nuclear weapon-generated electromagnetic pulse (EMP). A determined adversary can achieve an EMP attack capability without having a high level of sophistication.”

An EMP attack can cripple our infrastructure causing all of our electronic equipment and infrastructure to fail. That means even basic modes of emergency response, like cars, planes, and other emergency vehicles, may not even start. Current emergency planning is primarily based upon short-term disasters, and is heavily dependent upon assistance from peripheral communities; unfortunately, an EMP could have long-lasting and wide-spread effects that are not adequately addressed by current planning. Moreover, availability of fundamental resources such as our food, water, and medical supplies would almost certainly break down.

Don’t think it can happen? Increasing nuclear terrorist threats like those of North Korea and Iran can disable the entire power grid in North America are a clear and present danger. Terrorists and rogue nations don’t even need accurate or long range ballistic missiles. An EMP attack can potentially be carried out by launching readily available Scud missiles from a barge off of our coasts.

EMPACT America is conducting a national conference bringing in the most knowledgeable minds in the world about EMP. Scheduled speakers include U.S. Congressional leaders, Department of Defense experts, and many other experts on EMP. In addition, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich will deliver an exclusive video address on EMP prepared specifically for this conference.

Our ongoing development and increasing reliance on electronics and technology makes us extremely vulnerable to EMP threats. We invite you to join us at the conference so that we can help you better understand the impact of EMP and how it affects you, and feature some proactive, hands-on ideas to protect our infrastructure from the devastating effects of EMP.

For a conference brochure, click this sentence.

Register For the Conference
(http://www.computersosinc.com/ems/event/2009emp)

1 comment:

Amanda The Semi-Published said...

I saw the TV program "Future Weapon" in which the guy drove a car as they set off the EMP. (You can see it on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0odJKYTzXg8&feature=related )

My question is- if it just effects the ignition, can that part be replaced and allow the car to run?

And part two is- what if the spare ignition parts were also within the EMP zone? Are they dead as well?

Thanks :)