John Gatto nsIn hmolscience, John Gatto (1935-) is an American underground educational reformer noted for his 2000 posit that thermodynamics can be used to explain school tragedies.

In 2000, Gotto, in his The Underground History of American Education, postulated the following: [1]

“Our school tragedies are an early warning of something inherent in the laws of human thermodynamics.”

Here, in this rare human thermodynamics quote, Gatto is speculating on some yet unwritten "laws of human thermodynamics", such as C.G. Darwin did in 1952.

1. Gatto, John T. (2000). The Underground History of American Education (ch. 17: The Politics of Schooling, section: “The Planetary Management Corporation”). Oxford Village Press.

External links
‚óŹ John Taylor Gatto – Wikipedia.

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