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7 Core Principles for Surviving an EMP


An EMP is a burst of electromagnetic radiation. An EMP attack would involve a nuclear missile being exploded above the location of the target, similar to the experiments conducted during the Cold War. The explosion will then proceed to emit a large radioactive aftershock. Note that this is different from a physical shockwave caused by the explosion. This radioactive aftershock is a lot farther reaching and may not necessarily be felt by the human body. Instead, it will attack and overwhelm all electronic devices in an area depending on the strength and firepower of the nuke.
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