Telepower, Planning, and Society: Crisis in Communication

Telepower, Planning, and Society: Crisis in Communication

Telepower, Planning, and Society: Crisis in Communication

Telepower, Planning, and Society: Crisis in Communication

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In Planning: Universal Process (1990), the author discussed planning as an innate, intuitive, and deliberate process which is inherent in the lives and activities of humans. First as a chemical and later as an intuitive force directing the evolution of animate life over billions of years from a single cellular beginning. And during the past several hundred thousand years as a conscious and deliberate endeavor by humanoids, primitive people, and men and women as they are today. The five and a half billion people on earth today plan an almost infinite number and diversity of activities and projects, ranging from organizing daily activities to planning complex transportation and communication systems that extend around the world and into outer space, incorporating the most advanced scientific, technological, and organizational achievements of Homo sapiens.

In Planning and Human Survival (1992), critical problems threatening societal stability were examined. They will not be resolved by natural evolution or fortuitous chance, nor simply disappear for some unknown reason. Without deliberate planning to at least prevent their getting worse, human existence could become increasingly chaotic, with societal catastrophes almost certain to occur, and the eventual disintegration and demise of our species a distinct possibility rather than speculative fiction. The author discussed the failure of the political system in the United States today to provide the type and quality . . .

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