An electromagnetic pulse (EMP) is a burst of electromagnetic radiation that can disrupt or damage electronic systems.
An EMP could potentially have a severe impact on the electrical grid, which is the network of power plants, transmission lines, and transformers that supplies electricity to homes and businesses.
An EMP could damage or destroy components of the electrical grid, such as transformers and power lines, which could cause widespread power outages.
This could have significant consequences, including disruptions to essential services such as healthcare and communications, and it could also cause significant economic damage.
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