Construct's work unleashes man's ongoing effort to build and maintain as opposed to the nature that erodes and recycles with enormous ease and power. The work reveals a forced adaptation of man for collaboration with nature after many battles and frustrations of centuries. It shows the answers have been given. What remains is to ask questions.How did our species succeed in fighting for sovereignty? How did our ancestors find our way to build cities and kingdoms? How did we come to believe in gods, nations, and human rights? Trust money, laws and books? Let us succumb to bureaucracies, timetables and consumer models? And how will our world be in the millennia to come?
Why did people gather in amazingly large populations, while the other primate groups do not exceed one hundred and fifty people?