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Debacles typically do not wipe out a species, but they can cause an inordinate amount of unnecessary suffering, and they can set a species back several decades or more, depending on how catastrophic the debacle.
 
Debacles typically do not wipe out a species, but they can cause an inordinate amount of unnecessary suffering, and they can set a species back several decades or more, depending on how catastrophic the debacle.
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==Syncretic Terms==
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A Debacle is a catastrophic evolutionary failure.

Notes

A debacle occurs at the end of a planet's evolutionary development when a species fails to reConnect. A debacle occurs because a disconnected species cannot handle the powers provided by advanced technological and administrative capacity.

A debacle is characterized by ecological, economic, social, political, and military spiral into self-destruction. A debacle occurs when technological/military advancement outpaces the emotional, psychological, and spiritual development of a species.

Debacles typically do not wipe out a species, but they can cause an inordinate amount of unnecessary suffering, and they can set a species back several decades or more, depending on how catastrophic the debacle.

Syncretic Terms

Armageddon

See Also

Evolution | Expansion

Further Reading

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Sharp, Michael (BOOK4). Lightning Path Workbook Four: Archetypal Study. [1]