Monday's HOT MIC
Today seems like a good day to remind everyone of John Moore's article last April:
North Korea can launch an EMP attack before it has developed nuclear missile technology, and EMP may be far more deadly.
An EMP disaster from a high-altitude blast seems like science fiction: There is a silent flash high in the sky, and everything using electricity just … stops. Cars stop, power goes out, the Internet dies, satellites quit working, landline and mobile phone systems go out, and computers are destroyed. In a moment, we are back to 1850, as was dramatized in William Forstchen's 2009 novel One Second After.