Electromagnetic Pulse Bomb ( E – Bomb ) Is Cause Of The August 14th 2003 Blackout
Northeast Blackout of 2003 was a massive power outage that occurred throughout parts of the Northeastern and Midwestern United States, and Ontario, Canada on Thursday, August 14, 2003. Although not affecting as many people as the later 2003 Italy blackout, it was the largest blackout in North American history. It affected an estimated 10 million people in the province of Ontario (about one-third of the population of Canada), and 40 million people in eight U.S. States (about one-seventh of the population of the U.S.). Outage-related financial losses were estimated at $6 billion USD ($6.8 billion CDN ).
New Mexico governor Bill Richardson, who formerly headed the Department Of Energy, in a live television interview 2 hours into the blackout characterized the United States as “a superpower with a third-world electricity grid”. In Europe this statement was published accompanied with comparisons highlighting the tighter, safer and better interconnected European electricity network (though it would suffer a Similar Blackout six weeks later because of another Electromagentic Pulse Bomb test in Italy.)
“Cyber terrorism has been ruled out as a cause of the 2003 Black out in the 134 page interim Report.
The entire report blames First Energy Corp. for the blackout, but never once even considers the possibility (let alone investigates the possibility) that Electro Magnetic Pulse (EMP) could have caused the blackout. In turn, the fact that HAARP was turned on at precisely 4pm, and has the capability of producing EMP, was not examined either.The AP sited tree growth as a “common cause” linked to the three initial outages. Looking at figure 4.1 on page 30 of the Interim report, we see a total of five 345 kV lines fall do to “trees” from 2:02 pm till 3:41pm.I called First Energy and asked if reports that “tree branches” took out a critical power line, which in turn, took down the power grid, were true.
A First Energy media representative said “that’s an over simplification”.He explained there wasn’t enough reactive power being provided; this is the base level power you must put in the grid to transport the usable power. Without adequate reactive power, power lines will sag inordinately. He went on to say outside utilities provide the reactive power but make no money on it. He implied, but did not state, that this lack of profit motive may have caused utilities to provide inadequate reactive power.
He went on to say First Energy had software malfunction in a manner they were unaware of at the time of the blackout. They are now working with their software provider to fix this, but they have ruled out cyber-terrorism as a cause. First Energy is actually spinning in the “progressive” direction by blaming the blackout on deregulation. This is a strange strategy for a private company to use; blaming the very thing that has helped them make more money, and is continuing to help them make money.
…because they get to have their cake and eat it to. Reports in Forbes have said First Energy is basically immune to lawsuits based on how energy law is written and interpreted, and any fines from NERC or ECAR are voluntary so they don’t get paid. Meanwhile no one has asked the most critical questions regarding the timing of HAARP being utilized on August 14th 2003 at 4pm, precisely 11 minutes before the blackout occurred. This investigation must delve into the military testing happening in Alaska during the blackout or it will be utterly incomplete.Something is certainly not right here. The entire story is not being told, or even explored – keep your eyes on the sky and your ear to the ground to find out what really happened on August 14, 2003.” Reported by Michael Kane
Official reports from the office of Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien stated that lightning had struck a power plant in northern New York, resulting in a cascading failure of the surrounding power grid and wide-area electric power transmission grid. ( Read Actual Report ) This report is very important because that is what a ( E – Bomb ) would be described as if seen. EMP acts like a stroke of lightning but is stronger, faster and briefer.
EMP can seriously damage electronic devices connected to power sources or antennas. This include communication systems, computers, electrical appliances, and automobile or aircraft ignition systems. The damage could range from a minor interruption to actual burnout of components. Most electronic equipment within 1,000 miles of a high-altitude nuclear detonation could be affected.
Battery powered radios with short antennas generally would not be affected.Although EMP is unlikely to harm most people, it could harm those with pacemakers or other implanted electronic devices. An Air Force spokesman, who describes this effect as similar to a lightning strike, points out that electronics systems can be protected by placing them in metal enclosures called Faraday Cages that divert any impinging electromagnetic energy directly to the ground.
In closing the shadowy explanation given by the U.S. government and mainstream media about the 2003 Blackout is clearly false with no evidence to blame First Energy of Cleveland, Ohio. A new investigation needs to be done. To learn more about HAARP and EMP bombs click here.