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December 23, 1983 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-23

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34 Friday, December 23, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Will New Technologies
Serve Peaceful Purposes?

Where The Action Is!

JAKK'S

By SAMUEL, PISAR

RESTAURANT & COCKTAILS

GREENFIELD AT 10 MILE
967-3922

(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)

(Editor's note: Samuel
Pisar is a Paris and New
York-based international
and best-selling author.
He holds doctorates from
Harvard and the Sor-
bonne and is a survivor of
Auschwitz. The following
is Pisar's address at the
conference of Nobel
Laureates on science and,
peace, held recently at
the Sorbonne.)
We are fortunate at this
dark moment in history,
when the thunder of war is
again in the air, to have in
our midst an extraordinary
array of luminous minds,
gathered under the highest
intellectual and moral au-
spices, to help seek a con-
structive vision of science
and technology, beyond the
passion and violence of to-
day.
Mankind is at a fateful
crossroads. Either we re-
gress into an age of dark-
ness, nuclear terror and
economic chaos, or the
human adventure will con-
tinue, with a new burst of
imagination, innovation
and creativity that can
mobilize our energies and
open up a new era of peace
and prosperity.
The forces that fashion
our destiny are guided
neither by human intelli-
gence nor by human con-
science. Oscillating
endlessly between a con-
flict that is unimaginable
and a peace that is unat-
me • IN sim

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tamable, East and West
sink ever more deeply
into incendiary rhetoric
and reciprocal military
provocation. Their bal-
ance of power is becom-
ing a precarious balance
of weakness, while the
rest of the world degen-
erates into an explosive
powder keg:
Dangerous global prob-
lems are piling up without
solution like so many tick-
ing bombs: unemployment,
indebtedness, hunger,
industrial obsolescence and
economic warfare. The
only project that thrives is
the morbidly accelerating
arms race. As two mighty
arsenals face each other
through a forest of missiles,
squandering their best re-
sources and brains, and
bleeding themselves white,
suspended between fear and
hope, we tend to see in the
accomplishments of science
and technology the specter
of a gas chamber on a
planetary scale.
Searching for weapons of
peace, we face a challenge
worthy of the greatest
minds and the bravest
hearts, those that are aware
that beyond the shadow of
mutual annihilation can be
discerned a new horizon,
away from the abyss. In
California, Japan and in
other psrts of the world we
see the outline of a scientific
and technological renais-
sance that carries with it a
new humanism.
The new technologies,
industries, products and
services, the new fruits of•
scientific discovery,
spring from the same well
— the human skull — as
the military arsenals.
This human resource be-
longs to blacks and to
whites, to Asians and to
Europeans, to Russians
and to Americans, to
Arabs and to Jews, to all
men on all continents.
Irrigate millions of neg-
lected minds with knowl-
edge and information, and
you enable our children to
enter a new era of creativ-
ity, with the same audacity
that enabled our ancestors
to emerge from their caves.
And then the day will dawn
when the heroes of history
will no longer be the war-
riors with their swords and
their missiles, but the mas-
ters of learning, knowledge
and invention — the mas-
ters we have around us to-
day.

Library to Show
Children's Films

The Southfield Public Li-
brary will present an eve-
ning of films for children 7
p.m. Wednesday in the li-
brary's Marcotte Room.
This free program for the
family will last approx-
imately 45 minutes and in-
cludes showings of "The
Emperor's New Clothes,"
"The Princess and the Pea"
and "The Five Chinese
Brothers."
For information, contact
the library, 354-5342.

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