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THE MILLENNIUM HYPOTHESIS

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In an age when certain people feel that they have been outnumbered so they must coin a theory to elevate them above all others while the majority lies below them, this hypothesis is very vital and needs to be investigated merticulously. The author believes that the real humans came first and later their counterfeits (by deduction) and not counterfeits and then later real humans. It is something that can help change the way we perceive ourselves in the new millenium. Especially, now that the myth of Homo sapiens has been resurrected by a group of scholars even though evidence shows otherwise. It is an outline concerning what African states could do to enable them develop faster and also to be reckoned with as serious nations in this technological world. These tangible suggestions will be followed later by a book that the author, a professor and active politician, believes all statesmen of African origin should ponder over and take them very seriously.
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Product Details

Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Desmond Ayim-Aboagye
Published
October 1, 2011
Language
English
Pages
7
File Format
PDF
File Size
131.7 KB
Product ID
17544249

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Printable? Yes
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