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Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite
Super Dense Crush Load: The Story of Man Redux is a generalized overview of the history of Man, from ancient civilizations to the space exploration age of the modern era, sprinkled with a healthy dose of meta-commentary by the author Aneesh Abraham. Abraham delves deep into the three main conflicts of Man -- Man Vs. Man, Man Vs. World, and Man Vs. Universe. In Man Vs. World, Abraham explores how Man survives in nature and briefly sheds light on the destruction of oceans by the activities of Man, the last unexplored frontier for Mankind on earth. In Man Vs. Man, Abraham showcases Man's struggles with one another for land, power, religion, fame, fortune, self, and society. And lastly, he overviews space exploration in Man Vs. Universe.
Super Dense Crush Load is a thought-provoking existential study of the state of Man in relation to varying time periods, environmental and societal constructs, and nature itself. It is unique, informative, and engaging in equal measure. Abraham's narrative draws from a wide spectrum of areas -- from the invasion of India by the Mughals to the concerns raised by the likes of Stephen Hawking and Bill Gates over the developmental direction of AI. Abraham also sheds light on the growing public interest in modern space exploration generated by privately funded companies like Elon Musk's SpaceX, Jeff Bezos's Blue Origin, and Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic. I agree with Abraham's assessment that Elon Musk may have sold Man's last great idea. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and highly recommend it.