Tuesday, May 9, 2017

How You Will Learn to Love EMP

It's not like an Asian vegetable is going to kill you

As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.

Perhaps I have misunderstood, but Aaron Klein was featuring a Dr. Pry which was published in a Breitbart article which was sort of implying that the satellites that North Korea has in orbit were capable of creating an EMP attack on America.
It is a great headline to grab attention and make a speed reader like myself jump to conclusions, but it appears that Dr. Pry is instead indicating that the satellites are in position for North Korea to launch an ICBM for an EMP attack upon America, from the southern hemisphere, as America is "blind" there.

EXCLUSIVE – Congressional Expert: North Korea Prepping EMP Catastrophe Aimed At U.S. Homefront

Dr. Peter Vincent Pry is executive director of the Task Force on National and Homeland Security and is the chief of staff of the Congressional EMP Commission.
Speaking on this reporter’s talk radio program, Pry pointed to two North Korean satellites that are currently orbiting the U.S. at trajectories he says are optimized for a surprised EMP attack. “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio” is broadcast on terrestrial radio on New York’s AM 970 The Answer and NewsTalk 990 AM in Philadelphia and online.

Pry was referring to the KMS 3-2 and KMS-4 earth observation satellites launched by North Korea in April 2012 and February 2016 respectively.
He warned: “They are positioning themselves as sort of a nuclear missile age, cyberage version of the battleship diplomacy in my view. So that they can always have one of them (satellites) very close to being over the United States or over the United States.

To assist in this, the Lame Cherry is going to provide more information, and you too can to watch Kim Jong Un's satellites or any satellite flying through space above you, as you can track it all online like Walter Cronkite with anime illustrations for Apollo moon walks.

North Korea has two spy satellites or interestingly I suspect they orbit over America,  picking up signals from American entertainment, which are later downloaded to North Korea for viewing. Would you pay for HBO if you had nuclear bombs? I would pirate movies too as I doubt the FBI is going to fine Kim 10,000 dollars as James Comey is too busy investigating President Trump over fake Russian hacking.

Any way this is KMS 3 2 orbit.

To explain what you are looking at, the dark shading is the orbit when in the earth's shadow. The incomplete orbit is where the satellite will shift to, as this is not a stationary satellite in synchronized orbit, but is lower and orbits with a shit, taking in the entire earth as the orbit shifts.

KMS 3 2


SPEED [km/s]:
SPEED [mi/s]:
05h 31m 18s
-79° 42' 50''

If you compare the two maps, you can discern that in about 12 hours the satellite shifts, so it is not always over the United States. Hence if it was EMP oriented, it would require some time to get into position.
That has not been explained by Dr. Pry, as this is not fire a missile up and you get  an emp in 12 minute.

This is KMS 4

KMS 4 Bright Star

NORAD ID: 41332
Int'l Code: 2016-009A
Perigee: 463.9 km
Apogee: 499.6 km
Inclination: 97.5 °
Period: 94.1 minutes
Semi major axis: 6852 km
RCS: Unknown
Launch date: February 7, 2016
Source: North Korea (NKOR)
Launch site: Yunsong, DPRK (YUN)

KMS-4 (Kwangmyongsong-4 meaning Bright Star-4 or Lodestar-4 in Korean) is an earth observation satellite launched by North Korea on 7 February 2016. The launch happened after North Korea conducted a nuclear test on 6 January and as the United Nations Security Council is deciding on sanctions to be placed on the country following the nuclear test. The launch was also timed to celebrate the 74th birthday of late leader Kim Jong-il on February 16. Details on the Kwangmyongsong-4 satellite are not available, though it can be assumed that its design is similar to KMS-3-2 which carried an Earth observation camera and a 470MHz UHF radio payload to transmit patriotic songs. KMS-3-2 was reported to be three-axis stabilized and its cameras were to be used to collect still imagery as well as videos, to be downlinked via X-Band. The satellite is expected to operate for at least four years and fulfill an Earth Observation task."

Now to explain the EMP part, as this would require an H bomb, which Kim Jong Un has. The US did a test in 1962 of emp with a 1.4 megaton weapon, which blew up lights in Hawaii 900 miles away.

In the nuclear scenario, the detonation of an atomic bomb anywhere from 25 to 500 miles high electrifies, or ionizes, the atmosphere about 25 miles up, triggering a series of electromagnetic pulses. The pulse's reach varies with the size of the bomb, the height of its blast and design.

• On July 9, 1962, the Atomic Energy Commission and the Defense Atomic Support Agency detonated the Starfish Prime, a 1.4-megaton H-bomb test at an altitude of 250 miles, some 900 miles southwest of Hawaii over the Pacific Ocean. The pulse shorted out streetlights in Oahu.

Now before you go constipated, relax your bowels a little bit and read the following quote on Starfish Prime.

"You would really need something the size of a Soviet H-bomb to have effects that cross many states," Butt says. The massive Starfish Prime blast, he notes, was at least 70 times more powerful than the atomic bomb detonated over Hiroshima in 1945, and it may have blown out streetlights but it left the grid in Hawaii intact.

To translate, size matters, but also note that blowing out street lights is not blowing out or frying an entire electrical grid.

Here another expert quote so you comprehend the extent and reach of a hydrogen bomb, even in emp pulse.

Stephen Younger, former head of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, last year argued against the catastrophic scenarios in his book, The Bomb, suggesting the effects of a pulse would be more random, temporary and limited than Graham and others suggest.
The June NERC report essentially calls for more study of the problem, warning of excessive costs to harden too much equipment against the nuclear risk. "If there are nuclear bombs exploding, we have lots of really, really big problems besides the power grid," Legge says.

Again the translation, there is hype and hysteria in the emp, and like global warming, one should probably follow the money in who has stocks in the conglomerates who will be paid the trillion dollars to harden the grid.

As it requires stating, one h bomb is not going to knock out the American power grid. It would require a systematic "carpet bombing" of the upper atmosphere of perhaps 50 thermonuclear weapons to accomplish gird damage, and that would not knock out the hardened sites which have the nuclear and advanced weaponry to retaliate on the attacker.
We have all heard of the 97% of Americans dead after an emp attack in over a year's time of bad water etc... This does not match the data on emp. It would require a Russia to attempt such an attack, and perhaps a China. The smaller nuclear powers can not accomplish this, and while it is probable to knock out a several hundred mile area of a grid in frying it. The chances of it rolling across America is remote.
There is a fact also in the 1962  test, that those street lights were hooked up to a huge power line gathering system to collect electricity. This deduces that cars to cell phones would at distance not be damaged by an emp event in single or multiple attempts.

The reasonable analysis never grabs the headlines. Could North Korea with a MERV emp grid America for perhaps a regional grid black out. Yes it could, but in military situations it would achieve absolutely nothing for an objective as it would not knock America out. It would be more feasible to focus on the actual nuclear weapon delivery systems of the Trident, but again, why start a fight with a man that has 5000 bombs and you have 50 and the other guy has 4000 bombs left after you throw your best.
Tim Rifat is more correct in this, in the cobalt problem is much more dangerous to America, and as the Lame Cherry postulated, the cobalt concentrations in America are far more deadly when coupled with a thermonuclear device, than any emp could ever be.

This Congressional expert sounds more like more HR McMaster Dr. Strangepud alarmism so he can increase the Trump portfolio in Raetheon for war.  The evidence from always experts reveals that if North Korea is prepping for an emp on Mother America, then North Korea can knock itself out in wasting resources as while it would be a problem, it would not accomplish any goal that Peking, Moscow or Pyongyang would be focused upon.

I hope this analysis helps, as hints are that HR McMaster is about to be fired by President Donald Trump, and it is hoped that some Christian adviser will appear at the NSA, so that America will walk back this insane fake intelligence attempting to start nuclear wars with Eurasia.
One must understand that Kim Jong Un offered to sell H bomb parts on the black market. He did this to get a response from America as Bush43 and Obama were ignoring Kim,  and Kim simply wants to be respected as he has a hot wife he has to go home to and wants to be appreciated in her eyes, like all men do.

Kim Jong Un is not going to back down, because he has nowhere to go. President Trump needs good advice as he is not receiving any from the NSC, Pentagon, FBI or CIA. Instead there are sensational Mockingbird stories being planted in the media to make Kim Jong Un a boogerman that is about to make America extinct with one emp. That is a lie.
America is in more danger from the foreigners that Mr. Trump's Administration keeps importing in record numbers with the diseases and rape cock they carry.

Now that you know the facts about emp, let us develop a proper policy in dealing peacefully with Kim Jong Un, and remove the real problems in the manipulators who have been advising Donald Trump with fake intelligence. Things will be more ratings pleasing for Mr. Trump if he gets advisers working for him, instead of coup plotters working against him.

Once again another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter, as no one else will.

Nuff Said