Globalist Perspective

Science and World Power

For centuries, scientific and technological prowess — or lack thereof — is what has separated global winners and losers.

Takeaways


  • For centuries, scientific and technological prowess — or lack thereof — is what has separated global winners and losers.
  • While Spain and Italy burned their heretics at the stake, England was developing a scientific establishment, which allowed it to become a dominant world power.

For the past 500 years, denying the relevance and the validity science has been the best way to become a global loser.

While Spain and Italy burned their heretics at the stake, England was developing a scientific establishment, which allowed it to become a dominant world power.

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About Alexei Bayer

Alexei Bayer is a Senior Editor at The Globalist, based in New York. [United States]

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