Thread: Daily Technology
09-05-2012, 07:55 PM #31
I doubt by themselves the bags would provide enough protection from an EMP pulse. But when used to insulate the electronics inside from contacting the metal of the container boxes I hope the combination will be effective.
Any item with an electronic circuit inside would need to be protected. I only focused on communication, navigation, and diagnostic devices. Oh, I did put an old CD player in, because it was small and I think having some music would be helpful in a bad situation.If it was man made it can be man re-made.
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09-13-2012, 06:03 AM #33
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I keep all my info in hard copies, WTSHTF the cell phone gets 86'd, they all have GPS trackers even if you turn that function off. I have my old butt set from when I did telecommunications and security work. It may or may not work but at least it can't be tracked. Clamp on make a call and move, that's as long as the landlines are still working. Compass USGS maps for all the quadrants in my state, wind up watch, and my emergency radio with a solar panel and dynamo crank to charge some electronics if I choose to bring them. I also have a fold up solar panel with regulator and all the charging cables for my electronics. Laptops I think are useless, drop it, get it wet, malfunctions etc. if all your info is on it you're screwed.
I lived for many years just fine without all these devices I'm sure I can do it again. Don't get me wrong they're handy I just think people depend too much on them. The less of an electronic signal I leave the better off I am. Just my 2 cents.