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Scientists Propose ''Peace-Promoting Technology'' To Counter Terrorism: An Interview With Quantum Physicist John Hagelin
by Jeanne Ball
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12 December 2015
On 12 December 2015 The Huffington Post reported: As governments falter in their struggle to find a solution to unpredictable outbreaks of terror, an international alliance of concerned scientists has offered a possible solution. The Global Union of Scientists for Peace has recently published an Open Letter to Presidents Obama, Hollande and Putin—and to the leaders of all nations—proposing a scientific alternative to the conventional approach of creating peace through force or violence (International New York Times, December 3, 2015). It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring fulfilment to the field of world peace.
Click here to read this interview conducted by Jeanne Ball in The Huffington Post, in which quantum physicist John Hagelin, President of the Global Union of Scientists for Peace, answers questions about this novel approach.
Dr. Hagelin received his Ph.D. from Harvard University, and conducted pioneering research at CERN (the European Center for Particle Physics) and SLAC (the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center). He is responsible for the development of a highly successful grand unified field theory based on the superstring, and his scientific contributions include some of the most cited references in the physical sciences.
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