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Will all non-sheilded electronics in danger?...

by shmody / April 24, 2009 2:21 AM PDT
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Old Diesel
by Renegade Knight / April 27, 2009 7:27 AM PDT

Nothing like Yestertech. My old diesel would shrug off that thing. My glowplug controlers would have to be converted to manual, but that's it for "EMP" proofing. If my radio dies, I can live with that on an exodus from Dodge.

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Tin Foil the house.
by RTourn / April 27, 2009 2:02 PM PDT

LOI, oddly enough wrapping everything in tinfoil may really work.

(If you're curious read up on Faraday cages)

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Just.. Bring back lead bases paint
by Nicholas Buenk / April 27, 2009 5:44 PM PDT

Problem solved.

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hmm maybe not
by Astinsan / May 2, 2009 2:52 AM PDT

I would think this would make a lot... and I mean a lot of noise. It may not be practical for a would be thief. It would also take a lot of energy to do it.

As far as shielding. Most system are shielded. If they dont have the window on the case that is.

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