Man's Greatest Fear: The Final Phase of Human Evolution
In MAN'S GREATEST FEAR, psychologist Dr. Tim Marshall explores the subconscious fears of man. These fears force man to dominate woman as well as trigger the violent & destructive behavior which fuels his never-ending wars & his relentless, systematic destruction of the environment. Dr. Marshall also analyzes the defense mechanisms operating in the subconscious mind of man which, although they exist to protect him from his subconscious fears, ultimately work to ensure his eventual extinction. Albert Einstein wrote: "Technological progress is like an axe, in the hands of a pathological criminal." Such an understanding of the basic nature of man, coupled with his awesome intelligence & his limited capacity for rational thought, led Einstein to conclude: "We shall require a substantially new manner of thinking if mankind is to survive." Man is not capable of the "new manner of thinking" to which Einstein refers. Under man's leadership, the human race is careening toward its own extinction. As Dr. Marshall explains in his book, the only chance our species has for survival lies in turning man's greatest fear into reality. MAN'S GREATEST FEAR is published by Athena Books, P.O. Box 2282, Gilroy, CA 95021-2282, & sells for $11.00. FAX: 408-842-1019.
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The saddest thing about the human race is how we are all quite happy to walk into the fire,
We don't really care what happens to others as long as we are ok , it a what's in it for me world
I live in the north of England , if you should travel to any of the local towns or city's
On a lunch time , all you will see are charity shops an fast-food outlets
And then there are the locals trawling the pound shops usually
With pasty in hand and carrying a fair bit of weight ,
The North of England has a lot of pride in what has gone before
Though in 30 years time I wonder what will be the response
To the children asking what did you do in the Great Recession Daddy !
Oh they were hard times lad , though I did get a bit fat on the Greggs pasties...