August 28
Why Renewables Will Not Solve Climate Change, and 
Why We Need Nuclear
Meeting # 3,631 - Tim Bolger
Speakers states that he will tell in no uncertain terms why renewable energy will not solve the climate change problem, and in some cases will contribute to it, the only real solution is the widespread adaptation of nuclear power. Tim will make the case why nuclear is good, and specifically the widespread adoption of Thorium nuclear power.
            Tim will also include several updates about the potential adoption of the commercialization of these newer reactors in less than 7 years

August 7
Young World Federalists
a movement to give humanity a voice 
in global affairs
Meeting # 3,628 - Eston McKeague, President
​About Us
We believe that the current system of competitive sovereign countries fails to tackle the global challenges that impact us all. We advocate a new form of global governance, one in which people cooperate to secure their common interest through a democratic world federation.

Founded in 2019, we are part of a movement that goes back nearly a century, and an idea that goes back millennia. We embody the historically broad support for world federalism by welcoming people from across the political spectrum to our movement. While we vigorously debate issues amongst ourselves, we remain united in pursuit of our vision for a better world.

Our Vision
We envision a sustainable, just, and peaceful world through a democratic world federation. A world run by humanity, for humanity, providing equal opportunity to all on a thriving planet.

Our Mission
We are a global movement building support for world federalism. To do this, we educate the public and raise awareness, collaborate with like-minded organizations, and mobilize activists and volunteers.
August 14
"It is we who plowed the prairies, built the cities where they trade
Dug the mines and built the workshops, endless miles of railroad laid"
A Look at the Life of an Ordinary Person, and
How It Has Changed Over Time
Meeting # 3,629 – Charles Paidock, historian
The lives and livelihoods of men and women who never made the history books or headline news, from the time of the cavemen, early civilizations, Ancient Rome and Asian dynasties, the Middle ages, and transition to the modern era

August 21
Beauty, Truth, and Fractals
Meeting # 3,630 - Jian Li, PhD in anthropology and a Mandarin teacher, will re-examine some of her favorite poems by Robert Frost and William Blake. She argues that a shift from seeking truth to beauty can be a transformative life experience, while seeking unity between beauty and truth can be elusive but divine.