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HS 58 – End of Days with Robert Gleason

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Robert Gleason

Join Jason Hartman and author, Robert Gleason as they discuss the plausibility of nuclear annihilation, based on Robert’s 28 years of research into the alarming lack of security at nuclear storage facilities in the U.S. and other countries, as well as the availability of nuclear bomb fuel and bomb-building technology for sale by governments and on the black market.  According to Robert’s research, although it sounds like horror fiction, it is entirely possible.   Robert’s book, End of Days, may be fictional, but there is much to ponder on nuclear terrorism.  For more details, listen at: http://HolisticSurvival.com/category/audio-podcast/.

Robert Gleason has dedicated nearly 30 years to researching the threat of nuclear terrorism and the possibility of nuclear annihilation.  He was recently featured in the History Channel special “Prophets of Doom.”  He has also had an extremely long and exceptionally successful career as an acquisitions editor in New York publishing.  Stephen King, Robert Heinlein, Nancy Friday, Harold Robbins, Father Andrew Greeley, Joy Fielding, Margaret Truman, Jack Anderson, Whitley Strieber, Ed McBain, Ice-T, Reggie Jackson, and Former Secretaries of Defense Casper Weinberger and William Cohen are among the hundreds of notables and bestselling authors that Gleason has signed up and edited. For the last 28 years, he has worked at Tor/Forge Books, where he is executive editor. He has published more than a dozen novels on his own and coauthored several, most recently, Apocalypse 2012. Robert Gleason has an AB in English literature from Indiana University, a master’s degree in English from the University of Wisconsin and he attended the Sorbonne, all of which were financed by seven hellish years in the Gary steel mills. He has worked in New York book publishing as an acquisitions editor pretty much forever. When he began, he says, he and his colleagues “chiseled books on the walls of caves.”

Episode: 58

Guest: Robert Gleason

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