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Daniel Berrigan: Parable of the Hole, read by Coleen Rowley and Bill Habedank, Peacestock (Video)

The Hole in the Ground: A Parable for Peacemakers is a compelling account of the drain of the arms race on human and material resources and the complicity of corporations and the American community in supporting the death trade. 91 more words

Military Madness

A world awash with weapons – there’s a better way

by Tony Magliano

If someone’s house was on fire would you pour gasoline on it? Well the answer is obvious: Of course you wouldn’t. Yet that is very similar to what the United States and many other more economically developed nations are doing. 529 more words


"How to", ... But Reason about It.

This topic and its recent news coverage addressing any future possible U.S. – Russian Federation state – level meeting that has to do with North Atlantic countries and Western Europe. 1,373 more words

Thomas Spitters - Blog

Let the Super Team Arms Race Begin!

Kevin Durant Won

When Kevin Durant suffered an MCL sprain on the last day of February, it only phased his teammates for a little while. The Warriors lost 5 of their first 7 games without the 6’11” wingman, but they were able to right the ship and reel off 13 straight wins. 1,435 more words

Economics of Doping 101

In this short post I will show you that economics can be helpful in understanding doping in sport. I will start with a “textbook model”. In the following posts I will try to cover more complex cases. 741 more words

Israel Develops Newer Weapons

Israel this week officially unveiled a not-so-secret secret weapon it has been working on with the US defense industry for some years.

The entry into service of the David’s Sling anti-missile system completes Israel’s multi-tier missile shield. 167 more words

Quick Rapids

JS - The Nuclear Arms Race

From the beginning of civilisation, man has strived to evolve deadlier weapons throughout history for both offensive and defensive capabilities. The arms race was a competition between the USA and USSR to out perform each other with the destructive capacity of their nuclear weaponry. 565 more words

Cold War - All