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A field founded by multi-disciplinarian Howard Bloom in the 1990s. Says Bloom, "Mass behavior encompasses the collective action of everything from the quarks in the first 10(-32) second of the cosmos and from the atoms that coagulate in galaxies to the mass emotions of human beings". In other words, mass behavior spans the sciences from theoretical physics and cosmology to biology, anthropology, psychology, and to their outgrowth, human history.

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The Xerox Effect: On the Importance of Pre-Biotic Evolution. PhysicaPlus.Howard Bloom.

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