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An Interview with the Author by Bill Bergstrom
An Interview with the Author by Bill Bergstrom
Interview with the Author
INTERVIEW WITH THE AUTHOR
Second Edition Preface Revised Hawking Raised Three Views Identical to Mine
Chapter One The Past Is Connected to the Now
SECTION ONE: THE PURSUIT OF TRUTH
SECTION TWO: THE BEGINNING OF THE UNIVERSE
SECTION THREE: THE ORIGIN OF MAINKIND
SECTION FOUR: THE ORIGIN OF HUMAN CIVILIZATION
Chapter Two Methods and Principles
SECTION ONE: HUMAN VALUES
SECTION TWO: THE VALUE OF SOCIAL SYSTEMS
SECTION THREE:THE FAR-REACHING PRINCIPLE
Chapter Three External Threats
SECTION ONE: THREATS FROM THE UNIVERSE
SECTION TWO: THREATS FROM THE SOLAR SYSTEM
SECTION THREE : THREATS FROM EARTH
SECTION FOUR: THREATS FROM EXTRATERRESTRIAL LIFE
SECTION FIVE: THREATS FROM EVOLUTIONARY LAWS
Chapter Four Generally Recognized Internal Threats
SECTION ONE: THE KILLING OF EACH OTHER
SECTION TWO: ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
SECTION THREE: RESOURCE PROBLEMS
SECTION FOUR: ISSUES OF POPULATION AND POVERTY
SECTION FIVE: THE CONFUSION BROUGHT BY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Chapter Five Human Nature and Threats
SECTION ONE: RE-ANALYZING EXTERNAL THREATS
SECTION TWO: THE WEAKNESS OF HUMAN NATURE
SECTION THREE: RE-ANALYZING INTERNAL THREATS
Chapter Six Self-Destruction (Part I)
SECTION ONE: THE MEANS FOR EXTINCTION WILL INEVITABLY APPEAR (PART I): PHILOSOPHICAL DEDUCTION
SECTION TWO: THE MEANS FOR EXTINCTION WILL INEVITABLY APPEAR (PART II): DEDUCTION FROM CURRENT SCIENTIFIC THEORIES
SECTION THREE: THE MEANS FOR EXTINCTION WILL INEVITABLY APPEAR (PART II): INEVITABLE BREAKTHROUGHS IN SCIENTIFIC THEORIES
SECTION FOUR: EXTREME MEANS WILL BE EMPLOYED
Chapter Seven Self-Destruction (Part II)
SECTION ONE: EXTREME MEANS CANNOT BE OFFSET
SECTION TWO: UNINTENTIONAL DISASTERS
SECTION THREE: THE TIMEFRAME FOR HUMAN EXTINCTION
SECTION FOUR: REVELATIONS FROM EXTRATERRESTRIAL LIFE PHILOSOPHICAL INFERENCE OF SELF-DESTRUCTION
Chapter Eight The Only Option to Save Mankind
SECTION ONE: CORRECT TREATMENT AND UNDERSTANDING OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
SECTION TWO: THE PREREQUISITES FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY RESTRICTION
SECTION THREE: THE EFFORTS TO UNITE HUMANITY
SECTION FOUR: THE FUNDAMENTAL CHOICE—BUILDING A UNIFIED SOCIETY
Chapter Nine Human Unification is Already Possible
SECTION ONE: THE GOVERNABILITY OF A UNIFIED HUMAN SOCIETY
SECTION TWO: MAXIMUM CHANGE WITH MINIMAL RESISTANCE
SECTION THREE: THE UNIFIED SOCIETY—A PREVIEW
Chapter Ten Basic Considerations for Human Unification
SECTION ONE: MEANS AND STEPS
SECTION TWO: THE THREE PRINCIPLES
SECTION THREE: TWO POSSIBLE SCENARIOS
Chapter Eleven The Ideal Unified Society
SECTION ONE: THE OVERALL VISION OF THE UNIFIED SOCIETY
SECTION TWO: SOME SPECIFIC PROBLEMS
Chapter Twelve Value Assessment of the Unified Society
SECTION ONE: ASSESSMENT OF HUMAN VALUE REALIZATION
SECTION TWO: ASSESSMENT OF SOCIAL SYSTEM JUSTICE
Chapter Thirteen A Call to the Giants
SECTION ONE: THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THINKERS AND POLITICIANS
SECTION TWO: THE ROLE OF GIANTS