Wednesday, January 16, 2019

"Nuclear Monday" simulates a Russian nuclear attack on the U.S.

Purple Planet offers the short film “Nuclear Monday” (7 min) directed by Stephen Alsheimer. Brian Willis and Chris Murphy appear.

The film shows a young man, first driving with the camera focused on hairy thighs, returning home to get an emergency broadcast network message about an impending nuclear attack from ten Russian missiles, like Putin’s recent hypersonic doomsday missile.

You also learn that the young man is a doomsday prepper.  He has literature around and there is aclip that says that Kim Jong Un (North Korea) ever agreed to anything with Donald Trump.

There is evidence of an EMP effect (turning off electronics) before the blast hits. 
Things do not end well.

Thursday, January 03, 2019

Penny University: "What Would Happen After an EMP?"

Penny University, aptly named, seems to be a channel dedicated to the interests of doomsday preppers.

What Would Happen After an EMP?” would be another supplement to follow the short film “EMP” reviewed on Dec. 16.

The film, or rather like a filmstrip, does not distinguish between E1 and E3, and does not correctly described what a coronal mass ejection would do (it doesn’t have E1 effects).
But the moral tone of the clip is quite striking. And it correctly notes that the major media has not covered this topic very well.