Re: Works of Fiction and Electomagnetic Pulses
- From: Kegs <james.keasley@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2007 18:20:54 +0000
One_Pierced_One <candiru.fish@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
On Wed, 12 Dec 2007 11:06:25 -0600, One_Pierced_One
If such a pulse did happen, would the damage to electronics be
permanent? If not how long would they be disabled?
If it was permenant, what would it take to repair the devices?
How extensive would the damage be, I mean would it be anything with a
transisitor? Would devices that ran on vacuum tubes be immune? What
about cars with mechanical points and old fashion ignition coils,
would they be spared?
Hi DMP, how are things?
IIRC, and I'm sure someon will correct me if I am, the damage is permanent,
but only affects devices with transistors.
Your 1950's ford/chevy/GMC pickup would be absolutely fine.
I'm not sure what it takes to repair the damage, but I do know that is is
possible to harden electronics against the effects of EMP.
I copied and pasted the wrong damn post....I'm a noob, give me a
Yeah, and I'm a virgin too before anyone asks.
We figured :p
Bend the facts to fit the conclusion. It's easier that way.
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