Eight minutes to live

On Nov. 26, 2017, the Hawai’ian government reinstated the “attack warning” siren amidst growing fears of a possible missile attack from North Korea. My wife, Julia, and I were living in Wailuku, a town on the island of Maui. Along with the rest of the citizens of Hawai’i, we had watched with growing apprehension as Trump and Kim Jong Un began their volley of insults and threats with our islands stuck in between. […]

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Atomic forum to address ongoing global nuke threat

Talking about nuclear assault on a Sunday morning might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but lest we forget, an atomic massacre took place 70 years ago today. The Japanese city of Hiroshima received the first deadly payload, followed by a second bomb dropped on Nagasaki three days later… […]

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