Hourglass Socioeconomics Books by Author Blaine Stewart


Blaine Stewart is a 28 year old resident of the Bay Area. This is Blaine’s first published book. After studying business and computer science in college, he entered the working population as a Head Golf Professional, and has since worked to build an available iOS application, Premise Hunts. Blaine enjoys working to fund projects he finds are the best use of his imagination as a creative outlet and to extend to others the use of imagination as a way of understanding the world around us.


Hourglass Socioeconomics Vol. 1: Principles & Fundamentals, A Search for Equilibrium

Hourglass Socioeconomics, Principles and Fundamentals, lays the framework of a “What If” scenario of what would need to take place in a social economic distribution system to gain and maintain autonomy from external influence. If a distribution system is constantly pulled toward the central goal of optimal balance, value of wealth in equity and equality will be manageably controllable. The underlying purpose is the search for equilibrium.

Hourglass Socioeconomics Vol. 2: Principle Application, Through the Vortex

Hourglass Socioeconomics Volume 2 is a further adaptation derived from Volume 1 offering principle application adding to deeper fundamental understanding. Going through the vortex from cover to cover hints at “what could be” if “what if” is a true statement within a true or false vacuum plotted somewhere on or in a vector of space. 

Hourglass Socioeconomics Vol. 3: Global Interpretation, The Bridge Between Worlds

Hourglass Socioeconomics Volume 3: Global Interpretation steps into the realm of national involvement with foreign entities in twos, threes, fours and more. From economic partnership to armed conflict, a third person perspective of interaction through historical events measures the capacity a relationship between, or among, holds for the greater good or nefarity.

Hourglass Socioeconomics Vol. 4: Global Field State, Avoiding Absolution

Volume 4, Avoiding Absolution, aims to describe a path of avoidance toward a dissolutive state by mapping the process of and into. The goal is not to relish and dwell in the fear of catastrophe but become aware of the potential for absolution event characteristics to exist within the structure of our social model; here, now, and measurable in the past toward the future.