48 Hours to Chaos: An Engineer Looks at Life and How the World Really Works
By John Waterman
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Published: Jan. 31, 2012
Words: 100,670 (approximate)
"48 Hours to Chaos" is a back-to-basics look at everything you could have learned in school and then later in the college of hard knocks. We explore such subjects as science, history, economics, politics, religion, philosophy & government, and fit it all into one book. Don't let the "engineer" part scare you away; we have no weird math or technical jargon. Find out how the world really works.
At last, here is the book that brings it all together. "48 Hours to Chaos: An Engineer Looks at Life and How the World Really Works" is the one place to find answers to all those questions that have been bugging you all your life. Why do other people do things and act in ways that seem illogical to you? Why do we still have wars in our modern, enlightened era? What is the Meaning of Life? Are humans really any different than animals? Why can't we all just be nice to each other and get along?
Let this book contribute to your pursuit of knowledge while guiding you safely through the minefields of many faulty belief-systems prevalent in the world of today. Let the perspective of an engineer show you the way to greater understanding among the many conflicting choices presented by modern civilization. Learn how the world really works.
, human behavior
, science and culture
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