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    PDF Warnings Summary à E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Richard A. Clarke Excellent book It looks at past disasters Kuwait Katrina Isis Fukushima Bernie Madoff's Ponzi Mine fires and the 2008 recession and the people who predicted them Then it looks at possible future disasters AI epidemics sea level rise nuclear winter the Internet of everything meteors and gene editing The author's idea is how do we find the future predictors? The science here is not to hard to follow and the chapter on how

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Summary à E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Richard A. Clarke Warnings characters Í 109 Riety of fields the authors uncover a method to separate the accurate Cassandras from the crazy doomsayers They then investigate the experts who today are warning of future disasters the threats from artificial intelligence bio hacking mutating viruses and and whose calls are not being heeded Their penetrating insights are essential for anyone any business or any government that doesn’t want to be a blind victim to tomorrow’s catastrophe?. I spent most of the last 2 days reading this book and I can t stop thinking about it I never heard of the author until I saw his book hit s top book list and decided to give it a try The book is well written and has insight from a plethora of credible sources I felt that this book shed light on the many cassandras that exist in our modern world which I previously was not aware of and most importantly the way in which a credible Cassandra can be determined

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Summary à E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Richard A. Clarke Warnings characters Í 109 Millions of lives lost to catastrophes natural and man made could have been saved by the advance warnings of experts Can we find those prescient people before the next catastrophe strikes Two CEOs and White House national security veterans reveal insider views of previous disasters chilling insights on today’s threats to mankind and a prescription to protect us This is the story of the future of national security threatening technologies. Well who is right now Laurie Garretthttpswwwsfgatecomopinionarticlorhttpswwwnytimescom20200502opFrom the booksound familiarLaurie warns that while the risk of deadly microbes is increasing governments ability to detect and respond is weakening In her best selling books The Coming Plague and Betrayal of Trust she meticulously discusses the decline and often wholesale absence of a competent public health infrastructure The inability to deal with these growing threats unveils the specter of catastrophe and so when governments are simply unwilling to take the threat seriously It is the same pattern everywhere of government mistakes she told us of bigotry of ignorance Every single time I try to draw attention to an outbreak I can tell you the particular time when I will be attacked It is always a white male who combines his attack with a comment about my appearance and usually something related to me being a female When I was on NPR the other day someone tweeted about how fat I am That is how they discredit my pointWhen the next pandemic strikes all that will matter is the capacity of our public health system to detect and respondAnd todayReferring to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta and its analogues abroad she told me I ve heard from every CDC in the world the European CDC the African CDC China CDC and they say Normally our first call is to Atlanta but we ain t hearing back There s nothing going on down there They ve gutted that place They ve gagged that place I can t get calls returned any Nobody down there is feeling like it s safe to talk Have you even seen anything important and vital coming out of the CDC More on the CDC from a GOP magazine What they reveal here might surprise youhttpsthebulwarkcomwheres the blaThe Four Horseman of the Covid Apocalypsehttpswwwrollingstonecompolitics

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Summary à E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Richard A. Clarke Warnings characters Í 109 The US economy and possibly the fate of civilizationIn Greek mythology Cassandra foresaw calamities but was cursed by the gods to be ignored Modern day Cassandras clearly predicted the disasters of Katrina Fukushima the Great Recession the rise of ISIS and many others Like her they were ignored There are others right now warning of impending disasters but how do we know which warnings are likely to be rightThrough riveting explorations in a va. There is no lack of dire predictions about the future Hundreds of dystopian novels especially the flood of books in that genre for young adults have portrayed innumerable variations on future catastrophes I became so intrigued about all this attention to a possible dystopian future that I wrote a book about it It s called Hell on Earth What we can learn from dystopian fiction Now I ve found someone far better positioned to assess the likelihood that some of those dystopian scenarios might come to pass Richard A Clarke In collaboration with his colleague R P Eddy the former US counterterrorism czar under three presidents has written Warnings Finding Cassandras to Stop Catastrophes This is a deadly serious inuiry into the reality underlying predictions of a killer pandemic sudden massive sea rise a devastating meteor strike runaway artificial intelligence and other chilling possibilitiesAccurate predictions of a dystopian futureIn Warnings Clarke and Eddy dive deeply into the expert predictions of scientists engineers and journalists who have stuck their necks out often against enormous resistance to warn the US cassandra about seemingly unthinkable possibilities They call these stubborn and courageous individuals Cassandras after the princess of Troy in Greek mythology whose accurate predictions of disaster were forever doomed to be ignored However in every case Clarke and Eddy s Cassandras have been anything but ignored although some have labored for decades to be heardWarnings is not simply a study of the brave people who have risked their careers to make exceedingly unpopular predictions based on their expertise The authors have undertaken to analyze the factors common to most Cassandras deriving a Cassandra Coefficient based on four critical components the character of the threat or risk itself and how it is received the expertise and personality of the would be Cassandras the extent and character of resistance from the Cassandra s critics and the receptiveness of the decision makers they hope to influenceEight Cassandras who were ignoredIn the book s first part Missed Warnings Clarke and Eddy relate the stories of eight Cassandras whose predictions were ignored Included are the military analyst who predicted Saddam Hussein s invasion of Kuwait in time for it to have been prevented the meteorologist who warned about the certainty of massive hurricane damage to New Orleans before Katrina the seismologist who is even today pleading with authorities to mitigate the damage of the catastrophic earthuake that is certain to strike the US Northwest and others It s a sobering accountWill these later Cassandras be ignored tooThe second part of the book Current Warnings portrays the efforts of seven people who today are clamoring to be heard about the danger of such potential catastrophes as a massive meteor strike a devastating pandemic and runaway genetic engineering among others Each is a grim cautionary tale In each chapter the authors report on their interviews with the experts they portray as Cassandras If you re prone to worry these accounts may keep you up at night Every one of the threats related in these chapters has the potential to yield a dystopian futureRichard A Clarke served as counterterrorism czar under Presidents George H W Bush Bill Clinton and George W Bush Following his departure from the White House in 2003 he gained widespread attention nationally with his harsh criticism of the Bush Administration s response to 911 He is the author of five nonfiction books and four novels

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  • Warnings
  • Richard A. Clarke
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  • 25 May 2018
  • 9780062488022