By Theodore A. Postol, professor emeritus of science, technology, and national security policy at MIT. Postol’s main expertise is in ballistic missiles. He has a substantial background in air dispersal, including how toxic plumes move in the air. Postol has taught courses on weapons of mass destruction – including chemical and biological threats – at MIT. Before joining MIT, Postol worked as an analyst at the Office of Technology Assessment, as a science and policy adviser to the chief of naval operations, and as a researcher at Argonne National Laboratory.
By Robert Parry / Consortiumnews The top national security expert debunked the White House report of a Syria chemical attack—as he did in 2013—but an investigation into the latest propaganda is unlikely.
By Theodore A. Postol Some kind of poisoning event may have produced mass casualties on April 4, but the White House Intelligence Report did not describe that event, a weapons specialist from MIT writes.
MIT Emeritus Professor of Science, Technology and International Security and one of the world’s leading authorities on missile defense Theodore Postol claims that deploying new US intermediate-range or cruise missiles in Europe to d...
US plans to deploy the B61-12 nuclear gravity bomb are “fictitious” and “bizarre,” Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Professor Emeritus of Science, Technology and National Security Policy Theodore Postol told Sputnik.