History’s Hidden Engine: A Socionomics Documentary
In this update, socionomists Matt Lampert and Euan Wilson investigate popular music trends from the late 1990s to 2009.
Trends in the stock market may first seem like an unlikely gauge of national aggression or tolerance, yet a close look at how bull and bear markets relate to war and peace makes this case surprisingly compelling.
David Edmond Moore’s documentary, History’s Hidden Engine, breaks new ground in its exploration of socionomic theory. We turned the tables and interviewed David about his thoughts on making the film.
Socionomics can forecast and explain more than the results of elections.
Research by the award-winning Socionomics Institute suggests that Fibonacci might affect the way people think, the way individuals act in a crowd and even the way investors make financial decisions — all are tied to the Fibonacci sequence.