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No worries about the sun unless a comet strikes it. Guess what just happened..
08-23-2013, 11:16 AM,
#16
RE: No worries about the sun unless a comet strikes it. Guess what just happened..
We also must remain aware that, like the Climate Grift, the fear of CMEs is also a tool the Elites employ to keep people in bondage. "Save Us Big Mommy!"
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08-23-2013, 11:59 AM,
#17
RE: No worries about the sun unless a comet strikes it. Guess what just happened..
(08-23-2013, 11:16 AM)CharliePrime Wrote: We also must remain aware that, like the Climate Grift, the fear of CMEs is also a tool the Elites employ to keep people in bondage. "Save Us Big Mommy!"

Fear in general is a tool of many. This is not to negate the potential impact of coronal mass ejections or other extreme electromagnetic events, though. It's always good to be prepared - those preparations will lend their weight toward dealing with any other issues which may arise.
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08-23-2013, 12:38 PM,
#18
RE: No worries about the sun unless a comet strikes it. Guess what just happened..
Agreed. I've been a "Prepper" since 1982.

I've got the plans, guns, water, land, skills, relationships, etc. It allows you to live more peacefully.
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08-23-2013, 12:59 PM,
#19
RE: No worries about the sun unless a comet strikes it. Guess what just happened..
(08-23-2013, 08:35 AM)thokling Wrote:
(08-22-2013, 03:21 PM)April Wrote: Any of you cats keep essential things inside faraday cages ?? I got 3 pairs of walkie talkies, a 7 inch laptop, a slew of flash drives, an iPod and solar charger, a NOAA weather radio and police scanner and other things packed away in faraday style containment. C'monnnn solar killshot !! Laugh (( Shame on me for saying that, because I'm surrounded by nuclear reactors. Umm ))

I'm going to stick a pin in your bubble of safety and suggest that, were we to be struck by a CME or other energetic event with enough energy to affect our electrical devices, it's unlikely that power systems (grids, transformers and so forth) would survive the blast.
Just one question for April....

So in these nuclear facilities are the power supplies, control rod motors, cooling pump motors, and associated wiring for these systems in a faraday cage also ?

Don't worry, if they aren't you will never know it.
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08-23-2013, 11:53 PM,
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RE: No worries about the sun unless a comet strikes it. Guess what just happened..
Quote:I'm going to stick a pin in your bubble of safety and suggest that, were we to be struck by a CME or other energetic event with enough energy to affect our electrical devices, it's unlikely that power systems (grids, transformers and so forth) would survive the blast.

Oh, I'm completely aware of this. Laugh

Quote:You could keep this stuff protected within an electrically protected environment, but usage of communications equipment would depend upon how many other people have access to communications as well.

Understood. Which could mean that nothing may come in on the NOAA, shortwave radio's or scanner.... yet I'm prepping for any scenario. I have an uncle in Michigan who's house was struck by lightning last year... and it fried his computers, his garage door, and most of the appliances in his kitchen.... so if that were to happen here... hopefully the things I've protected will work afterwords. The walkie talkies are intended just for communications between the people living in my house or possibly neighbors.

Quote:Society's recovery from such an event would depend upon whether or not the station had backup replacements (protected as well from extreme electrical surges) and how quickly those replacements, if existent, could replace the damaged components.

TPTB are already publicly stating that there isn't backup ready... and that replacements could take years. In RaFTertheOne's recent upload on EMP's he included the also recent hour long piece by the CIA director Jim Woolsey stating how screwed america would be if the grid was threatened in any way. Here's that piece from youtube...





Quote:Also important are essentials such as canned and cured foods, plenty of water, and heat, plus other basic supplies and sewage processing. Depending upon your location, you may be expected to share your food with more than just you or your family, since people generally don't bother planning ahead for themselves, so either stocking up on more food, growing your own veggies, or acquiring plenty of ammunition to protect your supply would be in order.

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Quote:Just one question for April....

So in these nuclear facilities are the power supplies, control rod motors, cooling pump motors, and associated wiring for these systems in a faraday cage also ?

How would I know ?? Smile I highly doubt it though !!

Quote:Don't worry, if they aren't you will never know it.

Yikes !! Sounds like you're suggesting instantaneous death ?? I was thinking it would end up more like a fukushima daiichi melt down... and I'd first start throwing up... losing chunks of hair, and eventually my organs would shut down. Icon_biggrin Maybe my basement will protect me from the radiation ?? Nope probably not... if the grid goes out... It will probably flood. Laugh
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