North Korea has tested SUPER EMP WEAPON says former CIA Nuke Analyst

Gary Samore, a top Obama administration national security official, warned of new sanctions if North Korea conducted a third round of nuclear tests on Monday, as reports surfaced that North Korea has miniaturized its nuclear warheads so they can be delivered by ballistic missile.

North Korea’s last round of tests, conducted in May 2009, appear to have included a “super-EMP” weapon, capable of emitting enough gamma rays to disable the electric power grid across most of the lower 48 states, says Dr. Peter Vincent Pry, a former CIA nuclear weapons analyst and president of EMPact America, a citizens lobbying group.

Samore, who handles arms control and non-proliferation issues, warned that “additional strong sanctions will be imposed on the North with the support of Russia and China.”

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Given the recent nuclear threats from North Korea directed at the United States, the satellite orbital map shown above indicates the track of the KMS 3-2 “satellite” this week from APR 8 – APR 16, which coincidentally just so happens to orbit along the eastern half of the U.S.

Some believe or suspect that this “satellite” may actually be a Super-EMP nuclear device…

In order to have the appropriate EMP effect, it has to be detonated in space or at least at high altitudes.
“Electromagnetic pulse (EMP) is important only for high altitude bursts. For such detonations, ionization of the upper atmosphere can produce a brief intense pulse of radio frequency radiation which can damage or disrupt electronic devices. For explosions above most of the atmosphere, EMP can affect large areas.”

Pyongyang is threatening nuclear war. But that might not even be the worst-case scenario

Perhaps that’s why officials in Washington have been planning to confront “a more insidious threat: the untimely collapse of Kim Jong Un’s government,” says Geoffrey Ingersoll at Business Insider. This is the most closed-off country in the world. If its struggling regime finally collapses, our forces will have to dash over the 38th parallel blind to secure North Korea’s nuclear stockpiles and long-range missiles in a rush that will make “the Pentagon’s frenzied scramble looking for Iraq’s WMD’s look calm and orderly by comparison.”

The Army has conducted war games to prepare, says James Joyner at Outside the Beltway, and it took 90,000 American troops 56 days to get into a dummy failed nuclear state and round up its nukes. If we ever do have to go into North Korea, “it would not be a cakewalk.”


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  • Harry Berry

    If these folks use a Super EMP weapon which I truly believe it is orbiting over the earth. It would wipe out all the computers and the power grid of the united states. Over two thirds of the cars that uses computers will be dead.

    • Joseph Holrn

      Simple solution, pick up a ccu for your car (s) on ebay, n faraday it.

      • Kimmmm

        Please explain

        • Joseph Holrn

          whatever main computer components are in your car… the computer control unit.. the parts of modern cars that have chips in them…grab those parts from junkyards or ebay out of wrecked cars, then buy the special mylar looking EMP bags, they run like 10-20 bucks each, think large electronic static bags, wrap them in that and stick in a galvenized steel trash can from lowes, and sit in your garage, or shed…its safe from attack… now when a hit happens, whatever parts are fried, you have non fried replacement parts, and poof…instant operational vehicle..

        • Joseph Holrn

          same works for any electronics you want to put in a disaster kit, computers, mp3 players, radios, etc etc… wrap stack n store, so if SHTF you have a slight edge. if you can spare a grand to save, buy a few tablet pcs, a netbook, a couple gmrs radios, rechargable batterys AA AAA, etc and do same thing with bags, then tuck away n forget….when SHTF your stocked with working electronics.

  • thumbsdown

    more BS from this blog. For an investment blog (lol), you sure pull some wild stuff from your arse.

  • PB

    I suppose the North korean army will have functioning light sabres next.

  • spiralreplicator

    Wasnt that the plot of the new red dawn movie ? A new class of weapon …. This blog has a new class of bullshit.

  • tom

    Be afrwayed, verwy afrwayed….lol