New York, NY, March 15, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Fred Spagnoletti, who began studying the mind and memory processes of modern humans 12 years ago, writes about a flaw in the mind of all humans that causes us to make decisions that will greatly shorten the life expectancy of our grandchildren.
Spagnoletti explains, "One of the most tragic consequences the flaw caused us to bring about, is the shortening of the lives of our grandchildren. You see, the average life expectancy of our grandchildren will be reduced substantially, because they won’t be able to afford the life extending advanced pharmaceuticals and medical protocols to which we avail ourselves today with money we borrowed from them in the form of federal debt. What gave us the right to do that?
"In a sense it is now a dilemma of our generation as well, in that our grandchildren looking back on the most notable achievement of our generation, will see that it clearly was the extension of our lives in exchange for the shortening of theirs," says Spagnoletti.
Details related to our and our grandchildren's dilemma as well as related to the flaw and its other tragic affects on people and on the United States, can be found in the latest book on the subject, "A Seventh Flag for Texas", http://www.seventhflag.net
"I never really understood why people often did very illogical things. But after reading this book, I now realize how people and leaders in particular, by relying on faulty beliefs, can make what in their minds are logical decisions, to do things that are very wrong," said Ann Bynum, psychologist.