Our “Google Talk” is now on YouTube

Google, which contributed the million dollars for the ACM Turing Award that Whit Diffie and I received last year, hosted Dorothie and me for a talk that is now on YouTube.

It’s too early in the process of eliminating the risk posed by nuclear weapons to achieve concrete results, and the best thing you can do is to enlarge the pool of people who question whether the nuclear emperor is wearing any clothes. Once enough people do that, change will occur almost automatically. So, if you like the video, please share it with friends via Facebook, email, and other social media.

My last Google talk just passed 10,000 views (10,003 as I write this), and it would be great if this new one surpassed that mark –  it’s currently at 817. Thanks for any help you can provide.

I will also share a two-sentence summary of our book that we’ve come up with: “Your learning to compassionately resolve conflicts will help determine whether civilization survives. And you will be much, much happier to boot.”

Your impact is really that big!

Thanks very much.

Martin Hellman

About Martin Hellman

I am a professor at Stanford University, best known for my invention of public key cryptography -- the technology that protects the secure part of the Internet, such as electronic banking. But, since 1982, my primary interest has been how fallible human beings can survive possessing nuclear weapons, where even one mistake could be catastrophic. My latest project is a book, co-written with my wife Dorothie, with the audacious subtitle "Creating True Love at Home & Peace on the Planet." It's on Amazon and a free PDF can be downloaded from its website: https://anewmap.com.
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