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#The first book specifically looking into the nature of civilization and the mechanism that governs civilisation #A book to investigate civilisation with a novel approach, Newtonian mechanics. #A book to investigate social structure, activity and development by systematically comparing them with the structure, activity and development of a human body. #A book to demonstrate that civilisation, like all small particles and mega mass celestial bodies, is ultimately governed by a common mechanism which is a set of fundamental laws of physics and can be represented by a mathematical model. #A book allowing you to understand the nature of historical and upcoming technological revolutions and their relationships in regards to a human body. #A book allowing you to foresee the upcoming technological revolutions and their social impacts by following the laws of physics and medical sciences. #A book once and for all unequivocally solving a long lasting mystery: what is beauty? #A book successfully answering the question why the ancient Greeks could create a brilliant civilisation and why there were so many great thinkers. #A book answering why scientific revolution originated from Europe rather than from other regions and why Europe entered into the Modern Age ahead of other civilisations (Needham’s grand question). #A book with an in depth analysis of the mechanisms leading to different development paths of Chinese civilisation and Western civilisation in history. #All the aforementioned issues can be explained by the Interrelationships Model which is an alternative to address the issue of TOE, “the Theory of Everything”. #All the new approaches used in this book are “unorthodox” and have never been used before. Therefore, it delivers these extraordinary outcomes.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2017
    • Ano:  2017
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001120804224
    • ISBN:  9781370637195

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