The history of human life has passed thousands of great wars; nevertheless the most peculiar and devastating of all these wars are the wars of science and technology. Such as, none of the wars first and second world wars were not terrify and vicious than these two wars, despite ideal triumphs that humanity obtained in sciences and industries, the wars of sciences that occurred because of the defection of a few people are considered the most inhuman wars in history.
By observing at the consequences of these wars and the events that took place in the first three quarters of the twentieth century, it has been clear that the crimes committed by human during this petite retro of time have been far greater than those committed throughout human history.
When we examine the damage caused by the two wars, we see that the 20th century was the century of science and technology, but still the biggest numbers of people had been killed. However, these wars have been recorded by history, but what is important is whether the people of this century can take advantage of these wars or not, what will happen if another war breaks out?
Although the possibility of a third world war is pending, various international political developments are going on in a direction that smells of another world war. Neumann, a US military expert, writes about the next war: “The damage of the coming war will not include armies, but it will lead to the destruction of entire nations, even women and children will be killed in that war, because physicists have taken the task of war on the shoulders of human armies”.
Today’s weapons of mass destruction are somewhat dangerous. If World War III breaks out, victory will no longer mean anything, because in this war, both the winner and the loser will be destroyed, and the whole world will be destroyed. In this regard, the famous Russian scientist Pitirim Asorokin utters: “Our fundamental issue is not whether capitalism is better than communism, nationalism precedes internationalism?” however, our main truth issue is stabilizing a new stage in an era of civilizational change.