I am going to cover this topic of from a new angle that says the same thing in far more precise terms than what I posted yesterday.
The elite/disinfo crowd has successfully fooled the population into believing a nuclear weapon will blow out all the electronics, which is a hoax of the highest magnitude. Here is the real history of EMP and nuclear weapons.
During the early nuclear weapons testing, it was discovered that the detonations tripped circuit breakers. But in every single case, all that was needed was to reset the circuit breakers, no damage happened. A few years after this was discovered, a test was done in Nevada that blew a rotary phone switch in a small local telephone company. This was because the phone lines cover the same distances as the power lines and had enough cross section to induce a significant charge into the phone switch, (which would obviously not have a circuit breaker to protect it)
In the early 1950’s a high altitude nuclear test was done over the Pacific. This created a much broader EMP pulse, which succeeded in tripping ONE (1) and I MEAN ONE circuit breaker in Honolulu that shut the street lights off on ONE street. Additionally, ONE car starter motor failure was blamed on this (but that would be quite difficult to prove, and if EMP was a real menace they should have all been blown).
The big thing the high altitude nuclear test did, (and this was significant) was that it totally erased the shortwave radio band worldwide for over 45 minutes. This was not calculated in advance and no one has figured out in direct mathematical terms why this happened, but it did happen and from this there have been subsequent calculations that theorize that any high altitude nuclear blast is likely to black out all communications which have to traverse the ionosphere for a period of up to two hours. THAT is actually important, because a nuclear weapon could indeed be used to completely black out the American military satellite communications for long periods of time (in combat terms) and cause America to lose a war. Nuclear weapons fired in sequence (10 or so a day) at the edge of space could shut all satellite communications down.
As far as earth based electronics go however, nothing is likely to happen. There is TONS of intrinsic proof of this:
You have been told that only tubes can survive an EMP, but that is a load of bunk because many many nuclear tests were done in the transistor era, and many have been done in the microprocessor era, tests which involved ultra high yield megaton range nuclear weapons, and not one thing ever blew out anywhere during the age of microelectronics. And there is something far beyond this now – In the early microprocessor era, there were many microcircuits that did not have diode protection which is used to dissipate static electricity harmlessly. Unprotected circuits worked fine in a military setting where people are trained how to handle such electronic devices without destroying them with static electricity, but early on in the consumer computer era (80’s and early 90’s) motherboards were not protected in consumer PC’s and they got destroyed by static electricity frequently. From an electronic perspective, there is no difference between a pulse of static electricity and an EMP, (other than that because static is local and highly concentrated it is far more likely to do damage).
To answer the problem of static related failures and increase their profits via a reduction in warranty returns (and because it was cheap to do anyway) in addition to the millions of transistors in a ram chip or CPU or other microcircuits a computer has, a few hundred protection diodes per device were simply made part of the circuits at a net cost of $0 (they just had to think about doing it and put them on the die) and now consumer electronics are virtually impossible to destroy with static. Any short duration EMP that comes along (such as those produced by a nuke) will be made irrelevant by the protection diodes that are already in all the circuits to stop damage from static electricity.
The EMP hoax was never real, but it worked well to scare the public into believing there really could be a day of doom where everything went black, which is just what the “Elite” would want during a final power grab and enslavement of the people.
Oh, but I am FULL OF IT, right?
If a nuclear EMP really would blow everything out, HOW did the Power PC survive the last French nuclear test, especially when it was three years old when that happened? The same is true for China, they also detonated a 1 megaton device in 1996. but it gets much worse, because North Korea also did a nuclear test in 2006. HOW DID THE IMAC SURVIVE? The French and Chinese continued detonating large devices all the way up until 1996. That is what? 16 years after the Cray 1 super computer? How stupid is the nuclear EMP hoax? How about this:
In 1998, India set off 5 nuclear weapons, 4 regular atom bombs and 1 hydrogen bomb, and no electronics got blown anywhere. Pakistan also tested six little firecrackers the same year.
If nothing got blown out anywhere, how big is the nuclear EMP hoax? There is simply nothing out there that substantiates it in any way shape matter or form AT ALL.
I will tell you what is not a hoax, and that is Intel Corevpro technology which can destroy a CPU via a command, and it did not start with Sandy Bridge as I originally thought, it started with Centrino in 2003. WHERE WAS CENTRINO DEVELOPED? IN ISRAEL. That fits.
Centrino technology was subsequently adapted and integrated into ALL Intel processors. So it is safe to assume anything from Intel, starting in 2005 or so has auto destruct ready to go, triggered by the cell phone system. THAT would work GREAT for an EMP false flag. Interesting it is then that all U.S. cars had to have an always on 3g connection that could listen to anyone in the car in 2005 (just like we all know Onstar can do because it is an advertised feature that has been around since the 90’s) a feature now proven to be able to be hacked and control the car. But in 2005 ALL cars in America got this, advertised or not. THAT would work great for a nuclear EMP false flag, would it not? Ditto for your smart TV, your cell phone, and most likely even your MP3 player. I’d bet even your smart meter has this built in, to fake its death and cut your power.