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Re: Boeing flies EMP weapon
On Wednesday, October 24, 2012 6:35:34 AM UTC-4, Jan Panteltje wrote:
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It's directed energy so it's garbage.

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Center rear computer ejects disc with force.

Greg

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On a sunny day (Wed, 24 Oct 2012 16:37:38 +0000 (UTC)) it happened gregz

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Wow, good find!

Re: Boeing flies EMP weapon
Jan Panteltje wrote:  

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Put your emergency electronics in an old microwave oven (grounded) - it
works like a Tesla cage and you can find them at thrift stores for $5
(or free in a dumpster).


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On a sunny day (Fri, 26 Oct 2012 03:52:17 -0500) it happened G. Morgan

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Right on!

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On 2012-10-26 11:24, Jan Panteltje wrote:
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No, wrong on three accounts:

A cooky tin will do as well, there is no need to ground it,
and it's a Faraday cage.

Jeroen Belleman

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On a sunny day (Fri, 26 Oct 2012 14:10:46 +0200) it happened Jeroen Belleman

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Maybe you are in a disagreeing mood,
but really old microwave is the perfect thing for this.
Finding a large enough 'cooky tin' to hold al my essential stuff would be
impossible.
You'd have to ask the cooky monster :-)

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Correct, it's a Faraday cage - my bad.  It should be grounded, even a
cookie tin.



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Why do you think it must be grounded?  

It doesn't.


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On 26/10/2012 09:52, G. Morgan wrote:
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Are you not forgetting about cabling, and any interconnects which might  
emerge from this Faraday cage?

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What interconnects?  Just use the ground lead, not plug in to the hot &
neutral (cut those off)


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On 27/10/2012 10:32, G. Morgan wrote:
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I was thinking that most computers that do something useful tend to have  
an I/O somewhere about them, which has to connect to a transducer, I/O  
device or even a network.

If we're talking about storage during an attack, what makes you think  
there'll be much advanced warning?

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Re: Boeing flies EMP weapon
On a sunny day (Sat, 27 Oct 2012 13:20:11 +0100) it happened Mike Perkins

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Some things I would put in the microwave if the nucear sunshine season was on:
1) my 150 W 27 Mhz / 30 MHz amateur band transceiver (now a big microwave is
half full),
2) the same 27MHz one for local.
3) shortwave radios (one with full band coverage for LW to 21 MHz
4) some cellsphones, some bluetooth headset in case any network survives.
5) video camera if there still is place.
6)some cookies
7) My small radiation meter alias geiger countyer,
  (the big one's probe won,t fit no way).
8) optionally some GPRM walky talkies
9) USB sticks with backup data from stuff I wrote/

There is more, and more space is needed.
You need radiation free water too.
Have fun.
I do have a day or 2 battery backup for most stuff,
batteries will likely survive.
The chargers wont, neither your electronically controlled soldering iron...

My DVDs and CDs are in an alu case, will ikely survive, the players not..

You can add tinfoil hat if you are into that.

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I just called my cell phone inside both of my microwaves. They are tuned to
reject 2.4 ghz only.

Greg

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So, how come the camera and recorder survived to record the computers
going down ??

I thought I heard the narator mention something about a camera going
out though.  Wasn't sure what that was exactly.

boB
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