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"Today, there are about 250 nations, comprising about 9 major civilizations": Samuel P. Huntington, The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order, Touchstone, 1996, p.26-27 [world#325]
"Population of China in millions of people (graphic)": Peter Turchin, op. cit., p. 169 [causes#452]
"The Green Revolution began in 1944": Wikipedia, Green Revolution, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_revolution [causes#459]
"The following graph shows the patterns of war deaths": Michael A Alexander Ph.D., The Kondratiev Cycle: A Generational Interpretation, Writers Club Press, 2002, p. 144 [causes#503]
"for the last few centuries [test]": Michael A Alexander Ph.D., The Kondratiev Cycle: A Generational Interpretation, Writers Club Press, 2002, p. 144 - test [causes#503]
"The adjoining graph, from a recent United Nations report": Jeffrey D. Sachs, Director, UN Millennium Project. 2005. Investing in Development: A Practical Plan to Achieve the Millennium Development Goals. New York, 2005, p.67 [causes#547]
"This diagram shows how numerous different technologies for artificial light have always been invented at almost exactly the right time (graphic)": Joseph Paul Martino, Technological Forecasting for Decision Making, American Elsevier Pub. Co., 1975 [forecast#636]
"[A] large number of other international relations theories": George Modelski, William R. Thompson, Charles W. Kegley (Editor), Donald J. Puchala (Editor), Leading Sectors and World Powers: The Coevolution of Global Economics and Politics, 1996, pp. 49-50 [cycles#1181]
"The following graph correlating war deaths to K-cycles": Michael A Alexander Ph.D., The Kondratiev Cycle: A Generational Interpretation, Writers Club Press, 2002, p. 144 [cycles#1183]
"Capital investment cycles.": Joshua S. Goldstein, Long Cycles: Prosperity and War in the Modern Age Yale Univ Press, 1988, p. 24 [cycles#1190]
"Find the prime factors of the number 79439": 79439 = 113 * 37 * 19 [next#1332]
"described by author Amir D. Aczel:": Amir D. Aczel, Fermat's Last Theorem: Unlocking the Secret of an Ancient Mathematical Problem, Delta, 1997, pp. 129-133 [next#1361]