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Electromagnetic Pulse Weapons = EMP 1/2

EMPs = The Better Bomb, yeah right..
Might not leave the gigantic Hole in the earth, might not leave bodies immediately after Detonation. However using such said devices can be worse than drop'in a MOAB.

An electromagnetic bomb or E-bomb is a weapon designed to disable electronics with an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) which can couple with electrical/electronic systems to produce damaging current and voltage surges. The effects are usually not noticeable beyond the blast radius unless the device is nuclear or specifically designed to produce an electromagnetic pulse.

The electromagnetic pulse was first observed during high altitude nuclear weapon detonations.

Electromagnetic weapons are still mostly classified and research surrounding them is highly secret. Military speculators and experts generally think that E-bombs use explosively pumped flux compression generator technology as their power source.

According to some reports, the U.S. Navy used experimental E-bombs during the 1991 Gulf War. These bombs utilized warheads that converted the energy of conventional explosives into a pulse of radio energy. CBS News also reported that the U.S. dropped an E-bomb on Iraqi TV during the 2003 invasion of Iraq, but this has not been confirmed.

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Added: Sep-1-2007 
By: TruthSeekerr
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Tags: Future, Weapons, War, Army, USA, WMD, Electromagnetic, pulse, iraq, iran, afghanistan, kuwait, gulf, war,
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