Energy Grid Cyber Attack?

Discussion in 'End Times & Conspiracies' started by nivek, Dec 29, 2018.

  1. nivek

    nivek As Above So Below

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    There's been a recent pattern of (failures) explosions damaging parts of the electrical grid as well as 911 system failures...Is there something more going on here?...

    Here is another city, this time with multiple electrical explosions in Louisiana...

    Dramatic video shows electrical explosions in Kenner

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  2. nivek

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    8chan reports power systems failures...
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  3. humanoidlord

    humanoidlord ce3 researcher

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    uh oh
    power failures happen when UFOs cross power transmitters
    but that hasn't happened in a large scale since the 60's
    for now i hope its a coincidence but you never know
     
  4. nivek

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  5. nivek

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    This is the New York event...

    New York night sky bathed in eerie blue light after explosion at Con Edison electric plant, that brought the city to a halt for THREE bewildering minutes and grounded all flights at La Guardia airport
    • New York skyline turned a bizarre blue on Thursday night after an explosion at a Con Edison plant
    • Bewildered residents took to the streets and shared images on social media after the haze filled the sky
    • Power was cut at many addresses across the area including the nearby La Guardia airport
    • Flights were cancelled for more than an hour after the power cut, causing chaos during a busy travel week
    • Officials at the Rikers Island jail were also forced to use backup generators when their electricity shut off
    • There were no injuries in the blast, the fire was quickly contained, and many saw the lighter side of the fire
    • The NYPD jokingly confirmed that aliens had not invaded, while others shared memes from sci-fi movies
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  6. nivek

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    It may be more than a coincidence this time..

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  7. humanoidlord

    humanoidlord ce3 researcher

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    i think its too soon to claim anything
     
  8. spacecase0

    spacecase0 earth human

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    seems to me that tests have been run the last few years.
    I just wonder who is doing it, and are they planning on a large attack at some point when they are done testing.
     
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  9. pigfarmer

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    I know that infrastructure security is a real concern and don't doubt that there are those in a position of authority who are also and are taking active steps to protect it to the degree possible. But when you consider the sheer numbers involved - the size and scope of the electric grid - a certain number of failures are inevitable.

    I was driving just outside Manhattan when we had that catastrophic failure in 2003. The NY radio stations cut out one after the other, traffic lights stopped working. I got home 55 miles later and all power was out, everywhere. Terrifying. But it was just a failure - a spectacular one - but not an attack. I think that substation in Astoria was another example.
     
  10. spacecase0

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    what worries me is little hints about what the people running things are thinking
    remember the bill to protect the electric grid from various threats ?
    it did fail to get voted in (sometime in 2018), but before it failed, john kerry rewrote it to just remove the EMP protection.
    was not even that much of a cost issue, way less than 5% the total cost.
    what this tells me is that "they" do want the power grid safe from solar events and hacking, but they still want the ability to take it out themselves. I find this quite worrying.
     

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