The E-bomb isn't harmful to humans, unless one is set off near a hospital or anyone wearing a pacemaker. Although testing is still ongoing to verify the effects on humans, scientists do know that if someone with any electrical implants were hit with megawatt, high-powered microwaves, the fluid in their body cells would vaporize into steam immediately before they even realized what was happening. If a person was caught in the sidelobe of a beam, or a weak reflection of the main beam off a metal surface, he or she could suffer from burns and permanent brain damage.
electromagnetic pulse is one of the effects caused by
Electromagnetic pulse is primarily used for the basis of the advanced weaponry. This is usually deployed as a non-nuclear electromagnetic pulse either as a payload for a bomb or on drones.
These are ultraviolet rays, x-rays and gamma rays.
A pulse is a short wave. It can be any type of wave.
"EMP" is the abbreviation for the term "electromagnetic pulse". EMPs are a pulse of electromagnetic radiation that may cause current and voltage surges.
EMP or electromagnetic pulse. It can disrupt electronic systems, and signals.
in electromagnetic spectrum visible light is safe for humans