A Scientific Model of History: Where Is the Future Leading Us
Have you ever wanted to know why civilizations decay or why war has been a recurrent phenomena throughout history; what are the forces causing population explosions, and why it is very likely that the power balance between today's developed countries and the less-developed world will be altered in the decades to come?
A Scientific Model of History provides the simplest answers to these questions, as well as many others regarding the limits of our social organization, such as why even today's most advanced economies are incapable of preventing huge inequalities in the distribution of wealth to appear. Thanks to an analysis developed in terms of four inextricably linked variables (Natural Resources, Population, Technology and Standard of Living), this book, besides identifying the ever-recurring historical cycles that have affected all historical societies, also provides an insight on how our historical evolution will cause civilization to reshape itself beyond recognition.
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AN HYPOTETICAL PREHISTORIC SCENARIO
TOYNBEES MODEL OF HISTORY
THE ANCIENT EGYPTAN EXTINCT SOCIETY
TODAYS MOST POPULATED COUNTRIES
THE TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE