This is Tommy Waller with the Secure The Grid Minute.
Yesterday a senior North Korean official told a CNN reporter that North Korea “always brought its words into action," referring to the country’s threat to detonate a Hydrogen Bomb over the Pacific Ocean. They would likely do this at an altitude of 30Km or higher in order to test the weapon’s electromagnetic pulse (EMP) affects, which could have devastating impact on any technology underneath the blast. Even if executed over Open Ocean, this could catastrophically damage submarine communication cables, which transmit 90% of international data for the world’s internet.
If they detonated it over Guam or Hawaii, those islands would lose their electric grids just like Puerto Rico. President Trump boasted on Sunday that the US was “prepared for anything”….well, unfortunately, we’re anything BUT prepared for EMP and the North Koreans know it.
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