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In light of current events, I found this book-on-the-web very Interesting read. Its long.
I do believe there is a relationship between human interaction and our physical and mental health.
We may never achieve absolute mortal life extension globally unless we learn resolve our differences.

Understanding Conflict and War
The Dynamic Psychological Field

By R.J. Rummel
Beverly Hills, California: Sage Publications, 1975

http://www.hawaii.edu/powerkills/NOTE10.HTM#CHAP


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In light of current events, I found this book-on-the-web very Interesting read. Its long.
I do believe there is a relationship between human interaction and our physical and mental health.
We may never achieve absolute mortal life extension globally unless we learn resolve our differences.

Understanding Conflict and War
The Dynamic Psychological Field

By R.J. Rummel
Beverly Hills, California: Sage Publications, 1975

http://www.hawaii.edu/powerkills/NOTE10.HTM#CHAP


Tom, Yes, wars are bad for people`s health. A bit of an understatement that is all too self evident. Does ANYONE question that ? But just how to resolve this problem has never been answered. When aggressive people`s of any stripe are determined to attack others, said others are forced to defend themselves or perish. Winston Churchill`s statement about " The sad lamentable history of mankind " is as true today as it was during WWII.   ...Oscar
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