New worries about apocalyptic EMP attacks gives congressional committee fresh life

An electromagnetic pulse attack, or EMP, from a nuclear weapon detonated in the atmosphere could leave only about 30 million Americans alive and a “basically rural economy” where survivors would be forced to produce their own food and other goods, William Graham, chairman of the aptly named Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States from EMP Attack, told a House committee in 2008.

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The Defense Department was set to let Graham’s long-standing commission expire in September, but Congress has just granted it a second life.

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