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Human Population Dynamics by Lloyd Hogan
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Jun 05, 2017

bookshelves: college, ssd, humanities-division

Lloyd Hogan, PhB'46, AM'52

From the author: A hypothetical construction of a population and its confrontation with the real population of the U.S. during the period 1790-2000. A decennial projection is made from 2000 to 2100. The work is a novel formulation of the problem of how a population originates, how it is formed, grows and develops, and how it comes to end. Some novel concepts are invented to solve the methodological problem. The Quantum Cocoon, the Gang of 2 concept of motion, the assignment of a temporal ID to each quantum cocoon, etc. are some of the new ideas developed in the study."

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