Social Mood Conference | Socionomics Foundation

August 9, 2022

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres says humanity is “just one misunderstanding, one miscalculation away from nuclear annihilation.” Guterres said the world has been lucky but added, “Luck is not a strategy. Nor is it a shield from geopolitical tensions boiling over into nuclear conflict.”

Meanwhile, The Atlantic warns that a third nuclear age is upon us. It says North Korea’s moves to develop tactical nuclear weapons show that the slope toward a new nuclear era is steepening.

Socionomists note that how people feel influences how they behave. Feelings are governed by social mood, which fuels the level of concern about the potential for nuclear war at any given time.

As Robert Prechter explained in the November 1999 issue of The Elliott Wave Theorist, increasingly positive mood makes people more “confident, trusting and content.” Increasingly negative mood makes them more “fearful, distrusting and angry.” To learn more about social mood’s influence on everything from nuclear fear to fashion, click here to sign up for a Socionomics Membership.


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