Systematic Political Science

Listed are 15 sets of factors and variables structured with a finite calibration of mean and extremes.

(P) Percentage of the population

P1.html—51% or more

P2.html—25% — 47%

P3.html—2% — 24%

(C) Legal classes of the population

C1.html—One tier; all are equal under the law

C2.html—Two tier; elite ruling and worker classes

C3.html—Three tier; elite ruling, worker, and slave/nonhuman classes

(Q) Quotient of societal trust of individuals and institutions to comply with natural laws


Q2.html—Don’t trust


(F) Individual freedoms to achieve needs within natural laws

(Rational—speech, worship, own property, defend one’s self and property, etc.—and the legal notion of being treated as innocent until proven guilty.)

F1.html—Most freedoms

F2.html—Few freedoms


(Y) Generations in years

(One generation is calculated beginning at birth to the average age of independent economic productivity/ childbearing, generally 20 years.)

Y1.html—One generation/20 years

Y2.html—Two to three generations/20 to 60 years

Y3.html—Three generations/60 years

(S) Average tolerance threshold to persistent moderate stress

(For example, an unsatisfactory occupation or marriage.)

S1.html—15 — 30 years for (T1)

S2.html—7 1/2 — 15 years for (T2)

S3.html—3 1/2 — 7 1/2 years for (T3)

(G) Geographic position


G2.html—Neighbors have the same (T) level

G3.html—Neighbors have different (T) levels

(N) Natural recourses

N1.html—require 10% or less imports

N2.html—require 11% — 30% imports

N3.html—require more than 30% imports

(H) Individual/societal history

H1.html—Y1 to Y3 of T1 history

H2.html—Y1 to Y3 of T2 history

H3.html—Y1 to Y3 of T3 history

(D) Population density

D1.html—75% rural and 25% urban

D2.html—50% rural and 50% urban

D3.html—25% rural and 75% urban

(I) Intelligence level

a: average—Can’t invent but use tools to manipulate environment; g:gifted— Invent complex tools to manipulate the environment; l:lower—Can’t use tools to manipulate the environment withoutsupervision

I1—85—90% a, 5—7 1/2% g, 5—7 1/2% l

I2—< 85% a, > 7 1/2% g, < 5% l

I3—< 85% a, < 5% g, > 7 1/2% l

(L) Levels of crisis/change

[Floods, fires, famines, wars/purges, diseases, volume of immigration/migration sufficient to change (P) to (T) or (I) ratios, mass conversion to different (T) beliefs, etc.]

L1—Affect perception of 75% or more

L2—Affect perception of 50—74%

L3—Affect perception of 25—49%

(O) Probability of occurrence

O1—90% to absolute certainty

O2—75% — 89% certainty

O3—50% — 74% certainty

(M) Dominant motivations for warfare

M1—To stop violations of natural law

M2—To project power over others

M3—To murder and enslave others

(A) Average worker productivity

A1—75%—100% capacity

A2—50%—74% capacity

A3— <50% capacity