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Past, Present and Future
of Planet Earth
Past, Present and Future of Planet Earth provides an insightful speculation about the origin and development of intelligent life on our planet. We all know that there was no intelligent life here eons ago. The book provides ideas about how intelligence may have been transported here and follows the path of humanity during development stages and up until present day. Ideas are presented about the causes of friction and wars, formation of religions and societies and substantial impact of differences in culture. There are discussions about economics and its impact on our lives and speculation about how trade has an economic impact on various nations. The book mentions how society has changed in modern times from societies ruled by kingdoms to social structures in which the people have some say in who their rulers will be. Some ideas about how friction and wars can be reduced in the future are also presented. A very interesting read about the development of humanity on Planet Earth.
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“This book by Lawrence Stellato was very interesting and enlightening. It was easy reading and kept my interest. Finished in one sitting and leaves you thinking about our world today and how we got here. I would highly recommend this book even if you don’t agree with the author on all his points of view.”
“If you are open to new ideas as well as old ones, this book is for you. An educational yet speculative documentation of the progress of intelligent life on earth from the author’s perspective. I found the book interesting and peculiar. I strongly recommend to everyone providing they keep an open mind and draw their own conclusions when finished. An excellent coffee table book.”
“The unusual cover caught my attention. I became curious how the cover related to the story. An interesting story that highlights the differences in the way generations have been educated. I highly recommend young adults purchase the book. They will be offered a different perspective.“