North Korea has launched its fifth nuclear test and this time. The bomb is reportedly capable of being mounted onto a ballistic missile Does anyone else think EMP? May want to consider picking up an EMP Proof Sol-Ark System.
From the Science Times Jasper Nikki De La CruzJan 16, 2016 09:22 AM EST Power plants and factories are increasingly at risk by employing industrial control systems that are vulnerable to hacks. The Department of Homeland and Security’s Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT) issued this particular warning after increase in cyber-attacks occurred the past year. Industrial control …
Guilty Knowledge: What the US Government Knows about the Vulnerability of… Guilty Knowledge: What the US Government Knows about the Vulnerability of the Electric Grid, But Refuses to Fix
Awesome, easy to follow instructions on how you can claim your 30% tax credit for installing solar power… hurry! https://www.irs.gov/uac/cut-taxes-and-save-on-energy-bills-with-home-energy-credits
Form 5695, Residential Energy Credits Use this form to figure and take your residential energy credits. The residential energy credits are: – The nonbusiness energy property credit, and – The residential energy efficient property credit. You can download the form here.
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ISIS attacks in California and Paris may be just the beginning of an unprecedented plot to bring America to its knees by targeting our nation’s scandalously vulnerable electric grid, warn officials at the Pentagon and FBI. Why? Because terrorist groups like ISIS realize they can’t beat us with brute military force on the conventional battlefield. We’re way too strong for …