Becoming The Ultimate Human Weapon

Author by : Tim Larkin
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Description : It's the first book ever written for the everyday layperson that clearly and unemotionally makes the case for using violence as your ultimate survival tool.Controversial yet compelling it's being called "the only book of it's kind that takes you behind the scenes of true criminal violence and shows you WHAT you must do to survive it."It's not a book about techniques. In fact, there are none included. Focusing on "how" you're going to stop some thug is a critical reason almost no one has any idea how to actually survive violence.And it's the reason why this book flips everything around, starting instead with the end result and working backwards. It looks at why a criminal is so successful without any training at all. And what you must do to counter that.In short... it's like no book you've ever read.


A World Free From Nuclear Weapons

Author by : Drew Christiansen, SJ
Languange : en
Publisher by : Georgetown University Press
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Description : On November 10, 2017, Pope Francis became the first pontiff in the nuclear era to take a complete stand against nuclear weapons, even as a form of deterrence. At a Vatican conference of leaders in the field of disarmament, he made it clear that the possession of the bomb itself was immoral. A World Free from Nuclear Weapons presents the pope’s address and original testimony from Nobel Peace Prize laureates, religious leaders, diplomats, and civil society activists. These luminaries, which include the pope and a Hiroshima survivor, make the moral case against possessing, manufacturing, and deploying nuclear arms. Drew Christiansen, a member of the Holy See delegation to the 2017 United Nations conference that negotiated the Treaty to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons, helps readers to understand this conference in its historical context. A World Free from Nuclear Weapons is a critical companion for scholars of modern Catholicism, moral theology, and peace studies, as well as policymakers working on effective disarmament. It shows how the Church’s revised position presents an opportunity for global leaders to connect disarmament to larger movements for peace, pointing toward future action.


The Ultimate Weapon Is No Weapon

Author by : Shannon D. Beebe
Languange : en
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Description : The twenty-first century has seen millions unemployed. It has seen livelihoods undermined by environmental degradation. Middle-class cities in Europe, Asia, and Africa have become cauldrons of violence and resentment. Tribalism, ethnic nationalism, and religious fundamentalism have fl are dangerously, from Russia to Spain. The use of force is unlikely to help. What works when counter-insurgency has run its course: in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and beyond? In this book, two authors brought together from distant points on the political spectrum by their concerns about the repercussions of violent political conflict on human lives, explain and explore a new idea for stabilizing the dangerous neighborhoods of the world. They challenge head-on Condoleezza Rice's declaration that ''it is not the job of the 82nd Airborne Division to escort kids to kindergarten'' contending that, in fact, it should be. When marginalized populations are trapped in poverty and lawlessness and denied political power and justice brutality, and fascism thrive. Human security is a new concept for clarifying what peace requires and the policies and priorities by which to achieve it.


Falcon Sas

Author by : Robert Charles
Languange : en
Publisher by : Ulverscroft Large Print Books
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Description : Jungle fighting in Borneo, desert warfare in Aden and Oman, and anti-terrorist operations in Northern Ireland: this was the service record of ex S.A.S. Captain Mark Falcon, now a freelance journalist. When a plane-load of UN diplomats crashed, Falcon was on hand to the rescue in the jungles of central Borneo.


The Children Are Dying

Author by : Ramsey Clark
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Publisher by : World View Forum Pub
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Ice The Ultimate Human Catastrophe

Author by : Fred Hoyle
Languange : en
Publisher by : Continuum International Publishing Group
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Description : Citing evidence drawn from geology, astronomy, biology, and meteorology, the noted scientist argues that the conditions for inducing an ice age may develop within a decade's time and outlines necessary precautions to avert this catastrophe


Rape Culture 101 Programming Change

Author by : Geraldine Cannon Becker
Languange : en
Publisher by : Demeter Press
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Description : Many people have been victims of rape, but we are all victims of what has been called a "rape culture." This topic deserves more attention towards education and prevention, and not just on the college campus. Rape culture is an idea that links rape and sexual violence to the culture of a society, and in which commonly-held beliefs, attitudes, and practices normalize, excuse, tolerate, and even condone rape. This edited collection examines rape culture in the context of the current programming-attitudes, education, and awareness. Contributors explore changing the programming in terms of educational processes, practices, and experiences associated with rape culture across diverse cultural, historical, and geographic locations. The complexity of rape culture is discussed from a variety of contexts and perspectives, as this volume contains interdisciplinary academic submissions from educators and students, as well as experiential accounts from members of various community settings who are doing work aimed at making a positive difference towards programming change.


Is There No Other Way

Author by : Michael N. Nagler
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Description : Drawing from the experiences of such figures as Mahatma Gandhi, a major American scholar and activist describes the laws of nonviolence and the nonviolent actions of ordinary people, blending in an analysis of current events like the Columbine High School shooting.


Us Narratives Of Nuclear Terrorism Since 9 11

Author by : David Seed
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This study examines the US fiction and related films which makes a series of interventions in the cultural debate over the threat of nuclear terrorism. It traces the beginnings of this anxiety from the 1970s, which increased during the 1990s after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The traumatic events of 9/11 became a major reference point for this fiction, which expressed the fear that of a second and worse 9/11. The study examines narratives of conspiracies which are detected and forestalled, and of others which lead to the worst of all outcomes – nuclear detonations, sometimes delivered by suitcase nukes. In some of these narratives the very fate of the nation hangs in the balance in the face of nuclear apocalypse. The discussion considers cases of attacks by electromagnetic pulse (EMP), cyberterrorism and even bioterrorism. Some of the authors examined are present or former politicians, members of the CIA, and former president, Bill Clinton.


Illinois Classical Studies

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Apocalypse No

Author by : Rachel Sharp
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Report

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Becoming Like God

Author by : Michael Berg
Languange : en
Publisher by : ReadHowYouWant.com
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Description : New in paperback, from the best-selling author of The Way, comes a revolutionary method for becoming all powerful. Written with extraordinary clarity, Michael Berg presents a logical approach to achieving our supreme birthright. In revealing this opportunity for humanity, Michael highlights ways to develop our natural God-like attributes and diminish the aspects of our nature that interfere with our destiny. In his succinct style, Michael provides the answer to the eternal question of why we are here: to become like God.


Becoming Peacemakers

Author by : Diane Stanton-Rich
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Jack Cloudie

Author by : Stephen Hunt
Languange : en
Publisher by : Tor Books
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Description : Jack Cloudie is a tale of high adventure and derring-do set in the same Victorian-style steampunk world as Stephen Hunt's acclaimed The Court of the Air and The Secrets of the Fire Sea. Thanks to his father's gambling debts, young Jack Keats finds himself on the streets and trying to survive as a pickpocket. Following a daring bank robbery gone badly awry, Jack narrowly escapes the scaffold, only to be pressed into the Royal Aerostatical Navy. Assigned to the most useless airship in the fleet, serving under a captain who is most probably mad, Jack seems to be bound for almost certain death in the faraway deserts of Cassarabia. Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, the slave Omar ibn Barir finds his life turned upside down when his master's religious sect is banned. Unexpectedly freed, he joins the Caliph's military forces—just as war is brewing. Two very similar young men prepare to face each other across a field of battle. But is Omar the enemy, or is Jack's true nemesis the sickness at the heart of the Caliph's court? At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.


The Psychology Of Becoming Human

Author by : Endall Beall
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Publisher by : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Description : The Psychology of Becoming Human is about transcending the psychological manipulation that has been applied to keep humanity's consciousness enslaved through a form of cognitive tyranny for thousands of years. In ancient times this tyranny was enforced through religious indoctrination and force of arms to eliminate those who did not conform to those doctrines. In modern times, the creation and advancement of Psychology has been used as the weapon against human consciousness to keep humanity subjugated to the wills of a group of elite individuals whose ultimate goal is to rule the planet. What has made this manipulation more practicable is the presence of an infectious mind virus which served to program human consicousness through emotional manipulation, behavioral habits, and physiological manipulations of our bodies through a form of hive consicousness. The book is heavily referenced with the words of the early shapers of psychology themselves, and provides an irrefutable trail of evidence leading to the overall control of the human mind in the world today. Every psychologist needs to read this book to find out the fallacies about the origins of psychology that are not taught in university classrooms, and what has shaped its practice today. This book is written for the layman as well as the practitioners of psychology. It is an expository and polemic work that is well-deserved once the illusions about psychology are revealed. Overall, this book provides a new direction for psychology to become an actual healing profession rather than one which only supports the habits of the mind virus and is used as a tool to enforce comformist social control.


The Human Drama

Author by : I. Robert Sinai
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Lasers Death Rays And The Long Strange Quest For The Ultimate Weapon

Author by : Jeff Hecht
Languange : en
Publisher by : Prometheus Books
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Description : The whole story of laser weapons with a focus on its many interesting characters and sometimes bizarre schemes The laser--a milestone invention of the mid-twentieth century--quickly captured the imagination of the Pentagon as the key to the ultimate weapon. Veteran science writer Jeff Hecht tells the inside story of the adventures and misadventures of scientists and military strategists as they exerted Herculean though often futile efforts to adapt the laser for military uses. From the 1950s' sci-fi vision of the "death ray," through the Reagan administration's "Star Wars" missile defense system, to more promising developments today, Hecht provides an entertaining history. As the author illustrates, there has always been a great deal of enthusiasm and false starts surrounding lasers. He describes a giant laser that filled a Boeing 747, lasers powered like rocket engines, plans for an orbiting fleet of robotic laser battle stations to destroy nuclear missiles, claims that nuclear bombs could produce intense X-ray laser beams, and a scheme to bounce laser beams off giant orbiting relay mirrors. Those far-out ideas remain science fiction. Meanwhile, in civilian sectors, the laser is already being successfully used in fiber optic cables, scanners, medical devices, and industrial cutting tools. Now those laser cutting tools are leading to a new generation of laser weapons that just might stop insurgent rockets. Replete with interesting characters, bizarre schemes, and wonderful inventions, this is a well-told tale about the evolution of technology and the reaches of human ambition.


Survival

Author by : Richard Van Praagh
Languange : en
Publisher by : New Falcon Publications
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Disarmament

Author by : United Nations
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Description : Edited transcripts of the forums held in the United Nations on 8-9 April, 14 April, 22 October and 27-29 October 1998 and 15 and 22 April 1999 by the NGO Committee on Disarmament, in cooperation with the UN Department for Disarmament Affairs and the UN Department of Public to the third PrepCom for the Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference in 2000.


World Without War

Author by : John Desmond Bernal
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Gandhi Marg

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South

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