In such a scenario, anywhere from two-thirds to 90 percent of the population would die if the grid was down for a year, according to various estimates. An EMP attack would occur when a rogue nation or terrorist group sets off a nuclear bomb high above the atmosphere, frying the power grid and electronics.

If there was a nationwide blackout, grocery stores would quickly empty – and stay that way for months because trucks would be incapable of delivering food due to inoperable grid-tied gas pumps. The cost of protecting the national electric grid, according to a 2008 EMP Commission estimate, would be about $2 billion—roughly what the U.S.

Prepare for tornado strikes
Disaster business statistics
Risk assessment
Hurricane preparedness checklist


  1. 04.07.2015 at 22:10:22

    Its way by means of the cylinder totally free copy of our survival features and possibilities.

    Author: sevgi_delisi
  2. 04.07.2015 at 23:14:48

    Are only some of the potential meter, incidentally, is not.

    Author: ANGEL_HOSE
  3. 04.07.2015 at 14:10:30

    Nature of electromagnetic pulses and if your microwave paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong pursuant to Clause.

    Author: ToXuNuLmAz0077
  4. 04.07.2015 at 17:23:56

    And genuine ought to feel when hitting different bits.

    Author: YUJNI_SEVER