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A '''Debacle''' is a catastrophic evolutionary failure. When a debacle occurs, a species experiences a significant and often devastating setback.
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A '''Debacle''' is a catastrophic evolutionary failure. When a debacle occurs, usually when a species technological prowess outpaces its health and ability to connect, a species experiences a significant and often devastating setback.
  
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==
  
Debacle is an [[End of Stage]] (specifically end of [[Stage Two]]) risk/occurrence. A debacle occurs when a species has developed advanced economic, political, technological, and military systems without a concomitant re[[Connection]]ion.  A debacle occurs because a disconnected species cannot handle the powers provided by advanced technological and administrative capacity.   
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A debacle is an [[End of Stage]] (specifically end of [[Stage Two]]) risk/occurrence. A debacle occurs when a species has developed advanced economic, political, technological, and military systems without healing and a concomitant re[[Connection]].  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.  
 
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 is. For this reason, if necessary, an [[Intervention]] is staged.
 
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 is. For this reason, if necessary, an [[Intervention]] is staged.
 
 
  
 
==Syncretic Terms==
 
==Syncretic Terms==
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==See Also==
 
==See Also==
  
[[Evolution]] | [[Expansion]]
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[[Evolution]] | [[Evolutionary Stages]] | [[Stage Two: Expansion]] | [[Challenges]] | [[Debacle]]
  
 
==Further Reading==
 
==Further Reading==

Revision as of 15:05, 19 November 2018

A Debacle is a catastrophic evolutionary failure. When a debacle occurs, usually when a species technological prowess outpaces its health and ability to connect, a species experiences a significant and often devastating setback.

Notes

A debacle is an End of Stage (specifically end of Stage Two) risk/occurrence. A debacle occurs when a species has developed advanced economic, political, technological, and military systems without healing and a concomitant reConnection. 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 is. For this reason, if necessary, an Intervention is staged.

Syncretic Terms

Armageddon

See Also

Evolution | Evolutionary Stages | Stage Two: Expansion | Challenges | Debacle

Further Reading

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