25th Annual Meeting
Doctors for Disaster Preparedness

“Category 5 Denial” v. Confronting the Real Threats to America

August 3-5, 2007

Hilton Oakland Airport
Oakland, CA
(510) 635-5000

cosponsored by:

Access to Energy
Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine
Physicians for Civil Defense

Presented by:

1601 N. Tucson Blvd. Suite 9
Tucson, AZ 85716

Friday, August 3, 2007: 7-9:30 PM Welcome Reception


Saturday, August 4, 2007

7:45 AM Welcome. Jane Orient, M.D., DDP President

8:00 AM
Global Warming 101: Al Gore's Carbon Dioxide Theory. Willie Soon, Ph.D.
Dr. Soon is Chief Science Researcher at the Center for Science and Public Policy and author of The Maunder Minimum.

9:00 AM
A Critique of the 4th IPCC Report on Global Climate Change. S. Fred Singer, Ph.D.
Internationally known for his work on environmental issues, Dr. Singer pioneered rocket and satellite technology.

10:15 AM
Health Effects of Internally Deposited Radionuclides Otto G. Raabe, Ph.D.
The principal author of Internal Radiation Dosimetry will include the facts on Po-210, Pu, Ra, Sr, and depleted uranium.

11:15 AM
Low-Level Radiation and Health. Bobby R. Scott, Ph.D.
Dr. Scott is Senior Scientist at Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute and author of a recent paper on the risks of Po-210.

Lunch. How to Use Environmentalism to Destroy American Agriculture. Jay Lehr, Ph.D.
Dr. Lehr is editor of McGraw Hill's Standard Handbook on Environmental Science, Health, and Technology.

2:00 PM
Is Acute Radiation Sickness Treatable? Robert Housman.
Mr. Housman is a homeland security consultant in Washington, D.C., and has advised Hollis-Eden on Neumune for ARS.

3:00 PM
Bioterrorism: the Impact of Particle Size on Aerosol Infectivity. William Patrick III.
In his 48 years of experience in biowarfare, Mr. Patrick has worked with USAMRIID, DIA, FBI, and many other institutions.

4:00 PM
Air Pollution, Tobacco, and the Scientific Method. Jerome C. Arnett, Jr., M.D..
Dr. Arnett is a practicing pulmonologist and member of the editorial board of the J American Physicians and Surgeons

6:30 PM
Reception and Banquet: The Effect of the Radical Green Agenda on Africa. John Meredith
Mr. Meredith, principal of Meredith Advocacy Group, has worked with Project 21 to fight radical "green" projects.


Sunday, August 5, 2006

8:00 AM
Revolutionizing Medicine with Consumer-Based Diagnostics and the Internet. Arthur Robinson, Ph.D.
Dr. Robinson is founder of the Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine and editor of Access to Energy.

9:00 AM
Delaying the Degenerative Diseases of Aging. Bruce Ames, Ph.D.
Dr. Ames, inventor of the Ames test for mutagenicity, is Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at U.C. Berkeley.

10:15 AM
Liquid Fuels from U.S. Coal Sources. S.S. Penner, Ph.D.
A foremost authority on world energy issues, Dr. Penner is with the UC San Diego Center for Energy Research.

11:15 AM
The Urgent Need for Ballistic Missile Defense. Brian T. Kennedy.
Mr. Kennedy is President of the Claremont Institute and directs its Ballistic Missile Defense project.

12:15 PM
Lunch: Fact and Rumor: the Degeneration of Science Journalism. George Gilder
Mr. Gilder is Editor of the Gilder Technology Report and directs the Discovery Institute's Technology and Democracy Project.

2:00 PM
Islam: What the West Needs to Know. Gregory M. Davis.
Mr. Davis co-directed a DVD by this title and authored Religion of Peace? Islam's War Against the World.

3:00 PM
Strategic Medical and Biologic Threats to the U.S. Michael S. Baker, M.D.
Dr. Baker is a veteran of the Gulf War and an expert in military response to chem/bio warfare.

4:00 PM
Nuclear War Survival Skills: the U.S. Government Plan for Civil Defense. Stephen Jones
Mr. Jones, a civil defense activist for decades, is an expert on instructing the public in expedient civil defense.

5:00 PM


Registration Fee: $160 for the entire seminar includes a welcome reception, a banquet, and two luncheons ($95 each for additional family members). The Alcatraz/San Francisco tour is extra, and lunch is on your own. Adults: $60, children $50.

To make hotel reservations: Call the Hilton Oakland Airport: (510) 635-5000 (800) HILTONS Ask for the Doctors for Disaster Preparedness special rate of $105 single or double. CUT OFF DATE: June 28 Make your reservations now!


ALCATRAZ ISLAND, SAN FRANCISCO BAY, AND “HIGHLIGHTS OF SAN FRANCISCO,” Friday, August 3. We are planning a morning cruise on the Bay with a visit to the infamous Alcatraz Island (“the Rock”). The federal prison, which operated there from 1934 until 1963 housed such notable prisoners as Al Capone. Alcatraz now has the oldest operating lighthouse on the west coast, old military fortifications, and unique natural features. Lunch will be on your own in the Embarcadero/ Fisherman's Wharf or Pier 39 area. A guided bus tour of city sights follows.

Space is strictly limited, so reserve a place now by calling (520) 325-2680!


A complimentary shuttle runs every 20 minutes to the Oakland Airport from 4 a.m. until 2 a.m. Call from the courtesy telephones in the baggage claim area.


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