That pesky fly may be bothersome, but in the long run essential for the circle of life. All ecosystems of our planet depend on insects, but over 40% of insect species are declining globally, and 1/3 are endangered.
What can an 80-year-old model of stock market prices tell us about the risk of such a major extinction?
A lot. The Elliott wave model suggests that growth in the diversity of life on Earth has unfolded in a 5-wave pattern spanning 600 million years. Socionomist Alan Hall’s 2015 Social Mood Conference presentation reveals the ubiquitous fractal and spiral patterns in nature, solar luminosity, atmospheric evolution, mineral evolution – and, yes, even species extinctions.
If you look closely, you can see patterns in social mood that help you predict social trends. Learn more with the Socionomics Premier Membership.