North Korea’s Next Test Just Might Take Out the Internet & Cause a Global Recession!

November 29, 2017

This is Tommy Waller with the Secure The Grid Minute. 

Yesterday the North Korean’s proved that they can strike anywhere on earth with an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile, which – if nuclear armed and detonated at an altitude of 30Km or higher – would produce an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) that would devastate most modern technology within line of sight. 

The Hermit Kingdom may soon conduct an EMP test over the Pacific Ocean which could catastrophically damage submarine communication cables that transmit 90% of international data for the world’s internet and precipitate a global economic recession. Detonated over any populated area – including the U.S. – it would take out the electric grid, causing catastrophic losses of life over time. 

The Foundation for Resilient Societies has done a detailed analysis of the consequences of a North Korean atmospheric nuclear test.  This timely report will be made public tomorrow, 30 November.

Stay tuned at www.securethegrid.com   

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