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W.Va. nature helps tell U.S. fate

July 9, 2014
dsp By Mike Fonte , Inter-Mountain

A movement in science has emerged that deserves the attention of all Americans. Some biologists have found a way to apply their research of animal-population ecology to the history of nations. These trailblazers argue history needs to become an analytical, predictive science. This new discipline has been coined cliodynamics-named after Clio, the muse of history.

 
 

 

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