Life problems are complex. Scientists and psychologists are responsible to find ways to solve problems and pass the information to the government. Instead, this has become a country of the people, by the government, for the wealthy. According to Niccolò Machiavelli (1469–1527), Italian philosopher in politics, nations fall when they reach the level of incompetence. That is where we seem to be. The answer is education. This book teaches life basics, advances the sciences, and teaches new theories—all conducive to advance education. It is up to the people to work with politicians as a team. Teamwork is what won World War II.
Samuel M. Chacon received an AA degree from San Bernardino Valley College, San Bernardino, California, in 1959. He majored in electronics and industrial technology; received extensive training in the sciences when he worked for the US Department of Defense; worked as a quality engineer in the field of quality assurance, working as a quality assurance specialist; conducted a metrology analysis of the first space shuttle; and taught quality control courses at Los Angeles Pierce College. After retiring, he decided to apply his expertise on solving complex quality systems to solve life problems.