Meet the man who may have saved your life, and may do it again!
Rolf. A. F. Witzsche
An event that made the world a saver place.
The event was not ushered in
by great deeds of heroism of the type for which heroes of war are routinely
honored and remembered in history books. Something totally different
happened here. The key to the success of his intervention, an intervention
that has made the world a saver place, was not an act of valor, but was the
result of an idea born by the rigors of scientific reasoning that led to
the discovery of a range of fundamental principles that underlie civilization. The
heroism that might have been was in his daring to counter all those who had
engineered the cold war and had a vested interest in maintaining it. His
daring, of course, earned him not the customary badge of honor, but the
tragedy of political persecution and subsequent incarceration. Nevertheless, the
powers that be could not hold back the power of the idea that he had
unleashed. Even while he was locked up in prison the idea bore fruit, and
the cold war ended.