PRINCETON: Scientists to discuss Iran nuclear deal at Princeton Senior Resource Center

The Princeton Senior Resource Center continues its Special Speaker Series this month with a guided discussion centering on the ramifications of the nuclear arms agreement brokered by Secretary of State John Kerry between the United States and Iran.
Dr. Joan Goldstein, sociologist, author, editor and host/producer, Princeton TV30, will facilitate the discussion with Princeton scientists Dr. Rob Goldston and Dr. Harold Feiveson.
The program is free and will begin at 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 23,  at the Suzanne Patterson Building, 45 Stockton St., Princeton. To register calll PSRC at (609) 924-7108.
This program follows an earlier exploration of the subject on Princeton TV30’s program “Back Story with Joan Goldstein” which aired in September. At that point the deal had yet to be finalized, and the central issues were around the potential political conflicts within the US Congress and the real and/or uncertain dangers posed by Iran.
This discussion will center on today’s concerns about the deal: Will Iran adhere to the terms specified around uranium enrichment and the production of nuclear weapons for 10 years, 15, 25 years? How will the world community be able to continue to monitor the situation in an increasingly complex and sophisticated cyberworld? Dr. Goldston and Dr. Feiveson will provide a background in enrichment and plutonium, and explain the four paths to nuclear weapons Iran, in principle, will take. A question and answer period will follow the discussion.
The Princeton Senior Resource Center is a place for older adults and their families to find support, guidance, educational and social programs to help navigate like transitions and continue to be active, healthy and engaged in the community