Between President Obama’s stern warnings toward Iran and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s bomb diagram at the United Nations, there’s plenty of talk of attacking Iran’s nuclear sites. But Khosrow Semnani, an Iranian-American scientist and philanthropist who lives in Utah, warns a military strike against Iran would kill thousands and expose many thousands more to toxic fallout. On Monday, Semnani joins us to talk about human cost of a military option in Iran.
- Khosrow Semnani, “The Ayatollah’s Nuclear Gamble”
Violent hurricanes, melting glaciers and sudden deadly quakes show that Earth is not a stable planet. In his latest book, Craig Childs takes readers on a tour to some of the earth’s most volatile places and on Monday, he joins us to share his conclusions on the end of the world.
- Craig Childs, “Apocalyptic Planet”
Craig Childs will be in Salt Lake City this Saturday, Oct. 20 at 3:30 p.m. at the Salt Lake City Library, 210 E. 400 South, Salt Lake City. The event is sponsored by the Utah Humanities Book Festival.
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