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A Crowning Syndrome that changed the world order

Author Name: Mike Rana | Format: Paperback | Genre : Educational & Professional | Other Details

A crowning syndrome that changed the world order. Did it start at Wuhan and will it end only there? Or will it wipe away humans as part of the evolution theory?

Indirectly it impacts businesses, politics and religions.What are our priorities now; economy, food or population? Or terrorism, wars, and the weapons in their hands?

Should we not concentrate on Health Care, and stop manipulating Hopes?

Or are we bent upon knocking at the doors of computer models and a vaccine as we fail to escape the doors of death?

Mike Rana’s book tries answering these questions in simple words and tells us how the new world order has changed and how should it hence be maintained.

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Mike Rana

Mike Rana is an electrical, aeronautical and computer engineer from Indian Institute of Technology – Bombay. His experience of 30 years in the Indian Air Force and 10 years in the international corporate world motivated him to turn attention to meditation, reading and writing books. Mike Rana has received several awards from the Government of India, for work on projects on large databases and real time embedded systems. His astute insight into many disciplines enables him to go deeply into all that is happening around and describe it lucidly in simple words. He is active on social media and is the founder of an online magazine ‘efingertip’ on WordPress and leads an organization ‘The Arts People’, that promotes art and culture.

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