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A unique, two-day symposium was held featuring an international panel of leading experts in disarmament, political science, existential risk, anthropology, medicine, nuclear weapons and other nuclear issues. The public was welcome.
The complete Symposium was live streamed and the webcast recording
is archived in its entirety at: <http://totalwebcasting.com/view/?id=hcf>.
8 Hypertext Presentation Titles link to Complete, Annotated Transcripts with Inlined Slides.
Thanks to Dale Lehman’s reproductions of the 7 Session’s MP3 files at the Internet Archive.
Individual MP3 files are also provided for every speaker and Q&A session.
Russia and the U.S. possess 94% of the 16,400 nuclear weapons in the global nuclear arsenal. The U.S. maintains its first strike winnable nuclear war policy, and both countries have raised their nuclear arsenals to a higher state of alert because of the situation in the Ukraine. Furthermore it has just been announced that the administration has plans to replace every nuclear warhead and their delivery systems via ship, submarine, missile and plane, at a cost of one trillion dollars over the next thirty years.
This symposium, produced by The Helen Caldicott Foundation, addressed the following issues:
MP3 Recording of Day One, Session One [2:00:34, 115.7 MB]
MP3 Recording of Day One, Session Two [1:29:56, 86.3 MB]
MP3 Recording of Day One, Session Three [1:57:56, 113.2 MB]
MP3 Recording of Day Two, Session One [1:52:29, 107.9 MB]
MP3 Recording of Day Two, Session Two [1:34:49, 90.9 MB]
MP3 Recording of Day Two, Session Three [2:05:15, 120.2 MB]
MP3 Recording of Day Two, Session Four [59:28, 57.1 MB]