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Symposium: The Dynamics of Possible Nuclear Extinction
Day Two Session 3
Alex Wellerstein, Hugh Gusterson, Robert Scheer, Noam Chomsky
 Dale Lehman/WZRD  Contact Contributor
Third session of two day symposium organized by Helen Caldicott. Moderator is Ray Acheson, Director of Reaching
Critical Will
Helen Caldicott Foundation

Alex Wellerstein - Assistant Professor of Science and Technology Studies, Stevens Institute of Technology - "NukeMap: Personalizing the Bomb, what this means to young people"
00:00 - 21:46

Hugh Gusterson - Professor of Anthropology and International Affairs, George Washington University will describe his anthropological research over many years of studying the culture of the nuclear weapons scientists at Livermore and Los Alamos
21:46 - 44:06

Robert Scheer - investigative journalist
44:06 - 1:12:54

Naom Chomsky - Institute Professor and Professor of Linguistics MIT - "A Pathology That Could Yield to Catastrophe if Not Cured"
1:12:54 - 1:37:06

1:37:06 - 2:05:12

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