Double threat: US grid vulnerable on two fronts-CNBC:
NASA scientists say that a direct hit to Earth from one of these (Corona Mass Ejection (CME) Carrington size event) solar events would have a catastrophic impact on the nation’s critical infrastructures, costing upwards of $2 trillion dollars in damage during the first year alone. According to their best estimates, it would take at least four years to recover, with urban areas being hit especially hard.
Because of their total dependency on critical infrastructures for electricity, communications, food and water delivery, banking and financial services, and even emergency services, highly populated urban centers would experience the brunt of the catastrophe and would likely see large amounts of death and chaos.
This Hybrid Solar-Nuclear Hardened Fabric; is manufactured is large rolls similar to the Insta-Grid Fabrics with the added matrixed composites woven with conductive Faraday cage sewn in & built-in power supply. Enable to provide small arms protection we add the necessary materials (i.e., Kevlar, S2, Dyneema, Graphites,etc.) along with conductive strands which produce the faraday cage to protect everything it surrounds. We will also provide build in LED Lighting if desired for illumination for maintenance or protection environment at war time.
According to Frank Gaffney, a spokesman for the Center for Security Policy, within a year of an attack “nine out of 10 Americans would be dead, because we can’t support a population of the present size in urban centers and the like without electricity.” If that sounds a little high, consider Former CIA Bureau Chief Claire Lopez is also warning that “Within one year, it is estimated that 9 out of 10 of all Americans would be dead.”
Protecta-Grid, Solar-Nuclear Hardened Fabric; to be used to harden/protect the electrical grid system, from Electro-Magnetic Pulse (EMP) or upper atmosphere nuclear explosion, Solar Flares and prevent disaster from penetration of EMP strong enough to wipe out our electrical grid system & important infrastructures.