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Surviving EMP – Faraday Box Testing – Part 3

This is part three of my three-part video series on testing Faraday shielding. In this video, I show how many layers of aluminum foil it takes to successfully shield a 50,000 watt AM signal, while standing at the base of the stations antenna array. Be sure to check out Part 1 for an explanation on why this testing is far superior than using a cell phone or ‘walkie-talkie’ for testing the shielding effectiveness. This was part of the research I did for the The Preparedness Podcast Mini-Guide: Surviving EMP [Kindle Edition] ebook. Relavent links: The Preparedness Podcast Mini-Guide: Surviving EMP [Kindle Edition] ebook … Continue reading

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Russian Nukes in Cuba, Again?

Here’s a piece of disturbing news. It’s yet unclear whether this is true or not, but it does give one reason to pause and consider it. Report: Russia Moves Nuclear Missiles to Cuba Back in the ’80s, I began my life of preparedness because of the threat of Russian nukes.  It was the single biggest threat that we had, for even the natural disasters were less severe back then.  Jump ahead 25 years and it seems we’re right back to that point, only now in addition to the threat of nuclear war, we also have to be concerned with terrorism, … Continue reading

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