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The Axial Age: the question of short-term/fast evolution

February 23rd, 2016 · No Comments

The macro, or originally, the eonic effect, is hard to assess at first, because it is not a theory but an empirical demonstration of a non-random process in world history, and it is a warning that ‘evolutionary processes’, given this example can happen so fast that if they occurred in deep time we could not observe them.

Source: 5.1 Cycle, System Return: The Axial Age

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