Well, 93% of you, anyway. At least. And that's just in the first year. It won't get easier after that. Here's David Adair being interviewed on Believe: Watch this from the start if you want to get into a little bit of his background--or just pick it up at 1:15:00, when he delivers his "Emergency Message". David Adair has a lot of videos on YouTube, and a lot to say . The first one I saw was his interview with Linda Moulton Howe. It's fascinating stuff. Go watch it. You won't be sorry you did. However--all of that aside--he has some very interesting things to say about the actual effects of a North Korean EMP attack on the United States. He makes One Second After look childishly superficial--bearing in mind that the author did not have access to the kind of information that Dr. Adair does. Take note when he mentions the EMP blackout of the entire Asian coast in 1955. This video might motivate a lot of people to modify their contingency plans.