> Well, people (socioligists) were discussing this whole matter in a book prediction that a 20-year crisis period would begin in roughly 2005, and the culmination (of 80 year cycles) would be on the order of something as severe as WWII, the Civil War, the Revolutionary War back in 2025. > > The authors hypotheses are not based on some hocus pocus nonsense. Rather, the authors were both sociologists and historians, and they were working on a book called Generations, when they noticed that there were distinct similarities in generations (20-yr periods) going back hundreds of years. The Baby Boomers, for instance, share many of the same traits as earlier generations in the same 80-yr cycle. And that's because each generational traits are a product of the generation that preceded itBoomers womens rights, civil rights and expansive lifestyles leaving the kids at home alone created what became the The Xer Generation (Latch Key kids). > > The book is really fascinating stuff and worth looking at, just ignore the detractors if you look into it. > > But every day when I read the news now, Im not surprised at all surprised by the severity of whats happening the pandemic, wild Stock Market swings (usually signaling a major crash), the crazy stuff Trump says and does, massive unrest and rioting, global spats with China and Russia, the price of oil, The Fed printing trillions and trillions of dollars, etc. etc.
Because I think their overall theory in the book is correct, things are only going to get worse for the next five years or so until it reaches a climax point, and what follows is anybodys guess. >
If Hari Seldon didn't write, it's trash because he invented "Psychohistory" to make general predictions about the future behavior of very large groups of people.
Hari Seldon, established two axioms:
- that the population whose behavior was modeled should be sufficiently large
- that the population should remain in ignorance of the results of the application of psychohistorical analyses because if it is aware, the group changes its behaviour.
So you see, if you tell anyone about it you negate the validity of the whole study
posted on 07/04/2020 8:23:23 PM PDT
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