Written by Billy (Mr2tuff)
A Faraday Cage is an enclosure formed by conductive material. These enclosures are capable of blocking external static and non-static electric fields. The Faraday Cage was named after the English scientist Michael Faraday, who first invented it in 1836 in order to “shield their contents from static electric fields." An electric field surrounds a charged particle, such as an electron or proton.
The main purpose of this blog is quite simple: to create our own Faraday cage in order to protect our sensitive electronic equipment from the high currents produced by extreme Solar Storms and electromagnetic pulses, which are capable of electromagnetically over-charging Earth’s atmosphere.