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US officer Orr called the electromagnetic attack the most dangerous military threat to the United States KXan 36 Daily News

Date: February 2, 2023 Time: 14:16:50

According to the military expert, a successful EMP attack on the US would be a catastrophe beyond measurement or comprehension, essentially heralding “the end of the world as we know it.” However, there is nothing the Biden administration can do about it.

Orr explained that when EMP is used, a thermonuclear weapon explodes 40 kilometers or more above Earth’s atmosphere, releasing a burst of gamma radiation. These gamma rays hit air molecules, knocking out electrons and accelerating these negatively charged particles to about 90 percent the speed of light. Electrons are attracted to Earth’s magnetic poles, releasing enormous levels of electromagnetic radiation onto the planet’s surface.

Then the electrical grid, along with the metal in electronic devices like computers and radios, take the brunt of the EMP that travels through tiny circuits, likely destroying or severely damaging them. Eventually everything from the iPhone to the laptop to the electronic fuel injection systems in the car to the heating and air conditioning systems will be completely fried.

As a result, the modern post-grarian and post-industrial society ceases to function, the expert concluded pessimistically. He cited the opinion of the late American professor, Dr. Pray, who claimed that Biden had suspended “Securing America’s Power Grid” in order for the US to continue importing ultra-high-voltage transformers from China, making the United States be potentially more vulnerable to EMP and cyberattacks.

As Orr concluded, Iran, Russia, and China all equally have the ability to attack EMPs in the United States as part of their military plans, and the United States will not be able to counter this.

Hansen Taylor
Hansen Taylor
Hansen Taylor is a full-time editor for ePrimefeed covering sports and movie news.

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