Our Environmental Handprints: Recover the Land, Reverse Global Warming, Reclaim the Future – Jon R. Biemer (Replay: 2820-2)

Warriors for Peace Lakewood, WA, United States

There isn’t a day that goes by where news media doesn’t announce horrific shifts and changes in our environments globally.  What can the average citizen do?  There are many options and many people around the world are brainstorming together to put together actions that can be put into place commercially and individually.  We’ll be discussing […]

The Super Age: Decoding Our Demographic Destiny – Bradley Schurman

Warriors for Peace Lakewood, WA, United States

We are going to be discussing how shifting demographics and the current collision of megatrends of decreasing birthrates and increasing longevity are remaking social and economic norms around the world.

The Human Calling: Three Thousand Years of Eastern and Western Philosophical History – Daofeng He

Warriors for Peace Lakewood, WA, United States

Daofeng He has brought together three big reflections of civilization and the impact they have had on human development.  How can the knowledge of this information enable us to achieve peace? He believes that unless we understand our past, understand the origins and development of competing philosophies, beliefs, and ideologies we will be unable to […]

Rebels at Sea: Privateering in the American Revolution – Eric Jay Dolin

Warriors for Peace Lakewood, WA, United States

This is a part of American history that few people are aware of…privateering. The founding of the United States Navy is part of this story but on a lesser scale.  The in-depth research that Eric has done is truly significant and gives an additional perspective as to what was done to enable this nation, in […]

They Were the Rough Riders: Inside Theodore Roosevelt’s Famed Cavalry Regiment – Richard E. Killblane

Warriors for Peace Lakewood, WA, United States

20 years…that is how long Richard has worked on gathering the information he shares in this publication. Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt took a group of diverse personalities and talents, forming them into a cohesive, efficient fighting force, leading them to victory. This was the first U.S. Volunteer Cavalry and we’ll find out more regarding these men […]

Lakes: Their Birth, Life and Death – John Richard Saylor

Warriors for Peace Lakewood, WA, United States

Lakes might be the most misunderstood bodies of water on earth. John is deeply involved with lakes, their environments and the significance in the global water system.  They take many different forms and we’ll be discussing how they come about, how they feed and support ecosystems and the serious effects that evolve when they disappear.

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