Introduction by Michael Pak

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Part 1. Background and History

It is an important honor and duty to present the Three-Dimensional Model of Human Behavior and the United States Patent 6581037, the first of its type in the field of social science. The model represents to social science what the Theory of Relativity is to physics.  Greatest success of the Three-Dimensional Model was in September 2013 when it was used to balance the force and prevent a nuclear war.  Important functions of the model also include providing mechanisms for success in collective defense and competitive fields such as business or economics, as well as for avoiding large scale destructive events. Research should be widely promoted to develop its applications.