David Vine is Professor of Anthropology at American University whose books include Base Nation: How U.S. Military Bases Abroad Harm America and the World. David Vine’s latest book is called The United States of War: A Global History of America’s Endless Conflicts, From Columbus to the Islamic State.
Armistice / Remembrance Day #103 is November 11, 2020 — 102 years since World War I was ended at a scheduled moment (11 o’clock on the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918 — killing an extra 11,000 people after the decision to end the war had been reached early in the morning).
November 11, 2020, is Armistice Day 103 — which is 102 years since World War I was ended at a scheduled moment (11 o’clock on the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918 — killing an extra 11,000 people after the decision to end the war had been reached early in the morning).
We are now living in a world of severe uncertainty specially human being lives are vulnerable and also does not know when the human race extinct if we allow the nuclear weapons to stay live on this planet in whichever corner may be. What is that we can do to avert such disaster? In the first place let's learn what havoc the arsenal can create?
Yes to know that we all acquire certain good knowledge on “The mounting nuclear risks- Why and what can be done to overcome such risks?" Keeping exposed to such mammoth threat not only for the human race but also for the entire planet & the habitats a great threat and we are living along with such an evil demon.
In this context it is necessary for all of us to avert such situation. Looking in this perspective we are going to have a great opportunity to listen to a versatile and a seasoned professional from the area of Nuclear science who is working for the past decade and a half as a Senior Distinguished Fellow with Centre for Air Power Studies and she also wrote several eminent articles on the nuclear science and its associated subjects.
This meet is being hosted by Rotary District 3020 India under the dynamic leadership of Governor Rtn. Satish Babu, who is from RC Vijayawada Midtown having a distinction of over 700 members in the club. The meet is being cohosted by Rotary District 3190, India District Governor, Rtn. Nagendra Prasad.
The technical support for hosting this Zoom webinar is by Rtn. Kiran Babu, RC Vijayawada Mid town.
The program on 22nd October 2020 also is going to show two videos, " What if we Nuke a City?” and another short video "How to dismantle a Nuclear Bomb?" Both would be very necessary to watch and to understand the deadly threat of these weapons and also how we can simply dismantle them.
The organizing committee for this webinar are:
Rtn. Dr. Ann Frisch, Chair Rotary Action Group for Peace, Nuclear Weapon education sub-committee, Minnesota, US
Rtn. Richard Danton, MD, Chair, Rotarian4NuclearBan, RDGN D7010, Sudbury, Canada
Rtn. Frances Jeffries, Ph.D. PP RC the Bridgewater, MA, USA.
Rtn. Srikanth M, President RC Visakhapatnam, India.
Rtn. Surya vamsi, RC Utica, USA
Rtn. Kolavennu K K Chand, RC Visakhapatnam, India, RAGFP Sub Committee Nuclear weapon education
His take on the two biggest dangers the world faces. Think you know what they are? Want a great explanation you can share with others?
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