Tuesday, July 29, 2008

We're doomed: Iran Plans Nuclear Strike on U.S.

According to Kenneth Timmerman, an alleged journalist on NewsMax.

"If even a crude nuclear weapon were detonated anywhere between 40 kilometers to 400 kilometers above the earth, in a split-second it would generate an electro-magnetic pulse [EMP] that would cripple military and civilian communications, power, transportation, water, food, and other infrastructure," the report warned.

Asked just how many Americans would die if Iran were to launch the EMP attack it appears to be preparing, Graham gave a chilling reply.
“You have to go back into the 1800s to look at the size of population” that could survive in a nation deprived of mechanized agriculture, transportation, power, water, and communication.

“I’d have to say that 70 to 90 percent of the population would not be sustainable after this kind of attack,” he said.

America would be reduced to a core of around 30 million people — about the number that existed in the decades after America’s independence from Great Britain. Wow.
A population of 300 million reduced to 30 million with one nuclear bomb, according to one Dr. William Graham , who appears to be an actual scientist rather than a mental patient.


Blogger Hyperman said...

This is so ridiculous... it means that any country with nuclear weapon is able to do this, including Israel, Pakistan, South Africa, India, etc.

The most stupid part is that it would not only disable the US ! This poor mental patient who claim to be a scientist should know the rest of the world is also using satellites... And to claim that we would go back to 18th century is equally ridiculous

6:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

detonating a nuke in outer space would be bad, very bad. There is a story of a scientist friend of Reagan's daughter who managed to get a few minutes with the President. She laid out what would happen in case of such event, RR didn't seem too interested.

8:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

so sad. do these fools not even know that we set off many nukes way up in the atmosphere during the testing days in the 50s to early 60s?

12:34 AM  

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