Expert claims North Korea could be preparing an electromagnetic pulse strike on the US from space

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Expert claims North Korea could be preparing an electromagnetic pulse strike on the US from space

There are several News sources reporting the looming true threat of an EMP attack. From mainstream media to what some call “fake news”, they’re all reporting.

Dr Peter Vincent Pry claims that Pyongyang may be secretly developing the ability to detonate a high-altitude nuclear weapon in space which would set off the pulse, wiping out electrical systems below.

The secretive kingdom is believed to have started a satellite programme during the 1980s and successfully launched two observation satellites in 2012 and 2016, which take an estimated 94 minutes to complete an orbit of the earth.

Dr Pry, executive director of the Task Force on National and Homeland Security who sits a US Congress committee on EMPs, claimed North Korea is practising a “cyberage version” of battleship diplomacy so they can always have “one of [their satellites] very close to being over the United States”. Read More

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