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The Science of Terrorism And Cooperation Between Enemies

Can science help us cope with terrorism?  Certainly it can help us to better understand why people commit acts of terror.  There are many theories out there that seem so far entrenched within the spectrum of common sense that some might argue it’s not necessary to dig deeper –  religious extremists and repressed populations to … Continue reading The Science of Terrorism And Cooperation Between Enemies

North Korea Threatens US With Preemptive Nuclear Strike

Thursday, March 7th, North Korea threatened the US with a preemptive nuclear strike.  It’s hard to believe such an event could transpire after America’s leading ambassador, Dennis Rodman, hung out with Kim Jong-Un for two days.  What then could evoke such a visceral reaction from the isolated nation of North Korea? The UN unanimously voted … Continue reading North Korea Threatens US With Preemptive Nuclear Strike