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International Journal of Physics. 2019, 7(4), 135-140
DOI: 10.12691/ijp-7-4-4
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A Rule of Natural Disasters Coming to Rebalance Unjust Development and Irresponsibility-Laws of Physics Explain the Trope of “Divine Retribution” against the “Nouveaux Riches”

Florent Pirot1,

1Independent researcher, Pornaleg-Leskon (Plobannalec-Lesconil), France

Pub. Date: December 11, 2019

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Florent Pirot. A Rule of Natural Disasters Coming to Rebalance Unjust Development and Irresponsibility-Laws of Physics Explain the Trope of “Divine Retribution” against the “Nouveaux Riches”. International Journal of Physics. 2019; 7(4):135-140. doi: 10.12691/ijp-7-4-4


Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, fireballs are here discussed with, again, explanation on why fireballs obey to strict physical rules and demonstration that they are among other things the definitive explanation of the collapse of the Maya civilization in what was actually a sudden obliteration by a cluster of fireballs. Extractive development (what has been defined already by Acemoglu and Robinson) is what natural disasters come to rebalance ; extractive development leads to over-accumulation of typically weighty resources in a small area where they disrupt the crust and also represent particularly attractive beacons for fireballs. This is carefully demonstrated over a wide range of time with many examples.

gravitation fireball events earthquakes volcanic eruptions natural disasters Maya civilization geophysics economics black holes economic collapse seismology Volcanology astrophysics bolides Tunguska

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