Assembling Missiles in Air and Societal Evolution: Explorations of Security, Sociology, and Natural Phenomena


  • Elif HAN


This paper explores multifaceted technological, sociological, and biological themes. It examines innovative concepts of assembling missiles in the air, creating capsule cities, and adapting humanoid robots for flight. Furthermore, it investigates the etymological and sociological aspects of racism, discusses natural defensive mechanisms in animals and plants, and explores early civilization rituals and their symbolism. Finally, it presents a sociological perspective on religious practices and the development of human societies. Through this interdisciplinary analysis, this paper synthesizes ideas that range from security innovations to the cognitive impact of evolutionary changes.