Skip to comments.--VANITY-- What is the deal with Dr. Jim Garrow?
Posted on 04/28/2014 7:52:55 AM PDT by Arthur McGowan
What is the story with Dr. Jim Garrow. He dishes the usual dirt about Soetoro and Moochelle. He also claims that military officers who say they will not fire on Americans are being purged.
His latest big story is that two generals and an admiral thwarted an attempt by Soetoro to set off three nukes over the U.S., in order to kill 300 million Americans with an EMP--which would take about one year.
According to Garrow, one nuke was detonated in the Atlantic, about 500 miles S.E. of Charleston, S.C., and the whereabouts of the other two nukes are unknown to Soetoro.
I have no trouble believing Soetoro would do such a thing. But I have trouble believing that if this had happened, the only way the news would get out is through Jim Garrow.
The deal? He’s nuts.
What’s he a doctor of? Is he like Michael Savage, who loves to tout his PhD, even though it’s in Nutrition, or something?
The stuff you're referring to is Art Bell nuttery.
Agent provocateur, probably.
You might want to reread “Engineering and Design - Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) and Tempest Protection for Facilities”
Read with special notice of what EMPs actually kill (radio transmissions, cell phones, etc.).
It is an interesting numbers game and some game theory might be useful. It is self-evident that an upper atmosphere EMP blast/blasts would shut down the electrical grid. Food spoilage would occur rapidly and certain MSA’s would be very hard hit as their access to food and water is reliant on its being delivered from outside of the areas limits. 70MM Americans live in the top 10 metro stat areas. And this population also has the largest concentrations of at risk population. For this hypo, they are defined as anyone with resources that only could support them for a few days. Low cupboards, food and water stock, or anything of value to trade.
As rational actors these areas would rapidly descend into chaos (2-3 days). No reactive or proactive Law enforcement activity could prevent it.
But what would the ultimate body count be. Millions would be lost in the 1st month. 4-5 million. Mostly due to dehydration, exposure and starvation. Most people as rational actors in conflict, would just hunker down. Hoarding supplies and going into a survival mode.
Cities outside the affected areas would see a huge influx of refugees, and would begin to assimilate them or set up camp areas that could be effectively managed.
The real question is how long we are without power due to EMP. I actually don’t think it would take too long to restore power. EMP blasts primary impact operating electronics and sensitive unsheilded devices (cellphones, towers, PCs, Tvs your basic consumer electronics).
So I imagine a timeline (assuming total national power grid failure) where, 1month we lose 4-5million, 3 month 5-10, and at a year (which I consider highly unlikely unless there is directed govt action against the people) the population should stabilize with ~20MM lost.
You can research these numbers against other disaster areas. The multiplier effect should be considered based on the amount of the power grid that goes down. Once it exceeds 75% of the country it should be considered a total power grid failure.
If global warming doesn’t kill them first!
Not defending Savage. At all.
But, why wouldn’t someone with a PhD be able to use it in their lives. That takes a ton of work. And it is a title that deserves respect.
Of course, the ones I know (and there are a couple) use them professionally, but not in their private lives and certainly not when the title could be misconstrued.
When in your area of specialty the title is well-deserved, informative, and should return respect.
Once out of that field, however, providing advice and opinions while holding yourself out to be a “doctor” is, if not misleading, foolishly egoist.
Note that I said it would take a year for 300 million Americans to die.
The Chinese would be happy to move 300 million serfs for the NWO into the former U.S.
I noted that and then I laughed.
Also about that time, there was an earthquake in an ocean area that is not seismically active.
I believe the report.
I heard this story during the winter on "The Sasquatch Show", or as known to the public, Coast-to-Coast AM. I`d call this a "Bovine Massive Military Movement", they`re usually led by Major Bull-crapper.
But a nuke produces a very specific seismic profile that`s easily differentiated from natural ones. Has anyone analyzed this wave?
I read about this some months ago. With quite a few details. Sounds quite logical and reasonable.
For example, an earthquake tends to last longer, they tend to begin more slowly and build to a varied series of peaks, generally dying off more slowly.
Whereas a nuke will produce a rapid and sharp wave form that dies off quickly, rather logical given it`s an atomic detonation or explosion with rapid onset building to a peak and dying off uniformly after the blast.
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