Author's second book inspects humanity's seemingly increase in aggression and the consequences of altering normal social interactions with technology

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C.A.A. Savastano's new book "Human Time Bomb: The Violence Within Our Nature" confronts the long-term dangers of ignoring the modern descent into violent and irrational behavior that experts have long decried is aided by technology and modern social detachment.

C.A.A. Savastano's new book "Human Time Bomb: The Violence Within Our Nature" confronts the long-term dangers of ignoring the modern descent into violent and irrational behavior that experts have long decried is aided by technology and modern social detachment. As new modern challenges face the nations of the world, a generation of humans has been developing under widely divergent social norms along with some modern ideas that do not comport with successful evolutionary strategies that have served humanity for millennia. As comfortable speech, political hyperbole, and censored environments become more prized, each seemingly reduces the ability of several people to use rational thinking and reasonable socialization.

The book considers the massive spikes in youth suicide and the diminishing capacity for human interaction as the modern world further replaces normal interactions with machine assisted socializing. While the benefits of technological development and social media are significant, the book offers the many consequences of increasing overuse that several cases attest ends in disaster. A pattern of worsening thoughts, mental illness, and violence seems to emerge as humans dive into a realm of interaction for which no substantial amount of long-term studies exist. Operating in this realm of the unknown has caused some to lash out ceaselessly unable to cope with the rapidly changing environment and exist by adapting its worst qualities. Human minds that require thousands of years to evolve are sometimes forced into destructive social patterns nature could not anticipate.

Using the scientific reports, educational studies, and supporting journalism the book offers additional historical context about significant issues such as parenting, the costs and benefits of gender roles, competing styles of economics, increasing hyperbolic politics, the role of technology in altering human behavior, and a host of debated modern cultural debates. It reveals some of our species most heinous tendencies are human problems and cannot be reasonably ascribed to any single culture if the greater scope of history is considered. Some of the most sinister periods of human aggression and the evolution of modern expressions of violence present the mental and emotional cost to all involved. The dangers of present day tribalism expose brutal social interactions and the habit of advocates to vilify those who disagree about nearly anything. Some of the most outspoken advocates of antisocial behavior are masked within political advocacy while their supporters join them in a spiral of worsening behavior online and in reality.

C.A.A. Savastano is an author, speaker, and Editor-in-Chief of the Neapolis Media Group whose historical research focuses on intelligence, government, international politics, and human behavior. He has studied thousands of legal documents, written over seventy research articles; consulted for multiple experts in his field, presented new research of public value, and makes regular appearances in the media. He is the author of "Two Princes And A King: A Concise Review of Three Political Assassinations", multiple academic groups have accepted his historical research findings, and Savastano has presented new evidence at public conferences and universities.

For all media inquiries please contact: Publisher Campania Partners LLC, Mike Swanson - contact [at] campaniapartners.com

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