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Guns germs and steel the fates of human societies and millions of other books are available for amazon kindle learn more. Guns germs and steel seek to answer the biggest question of post ice age human history why eurasian peoples rather than peoples of other continents became the ones to develop the ingredients of power guns germs and steel and to expand around the world an extraterrestrial being visiting the earth 14000 years ago could have been forgiven for failing to predict this outcome because . Guns germs and steel the fates of human societies also titled guns germs and steel a short history of everybody for the last 13000 years is a 1997 transdisciplinary non fiction book by jared diamond professor of geography and physiology at the university of california los angeles ucla in 1998 guns germs and steel won the pulitzer prize for general nonfiction and the aventis . In the prologue jared diamond summarizes his methodology in one paragraph this book employs the comparative method to understand societal collapses to which environmental problems contribute my previous book guns germs and steel the fates of human societies had applied the comparative method to the opposite problem the differing rates of buildup of human societies on different
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