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Mass consumerism

Mass consumerism is a term that refers to the spread of deep interest in acquiring material goods and services spreading below aristocratic levels, and it started slowly with the industrial revolution.

Mill overrun

Mill overrun is a term used to describe the materials made for first quality but not used, e.g. overproduction.


Manifesto (comes from Latin Manu Festus means struck by the hand) is a term used to describe a declaration in public. Historically, Manifesto is commonly political, philosophical, religious or literary, principles and beliefs.

Molecular motor

A biological molecular machine that consumes energy in one form and converts it into motion or mechanical work; for example, many protein-based molecular motors harness the chemical-free power released by the hydrolysis of ATP to perform mechanical action.

Moore’s law

Moore´s law is a term used to describe an observation done by the electronic engineer Gordon E. Moore (cofounder Intel 1965) that, in integrated circuits, the transistor density or ‘the complexity for minimum component costs has increased at a rate of a factor of more or less two-yearly; expectedly over the short term this rate can be estimated to continue, if not to raise’.


The mutation is a term used to describe the process by which a gene or chromosome set undergoes a structural change. Gene or chromosome game that has undergone a fundamental change.

Mega community

Mega community is a term used to describe a collaborative socio-economic environment in which business, government, and civil society interact according to their common interests while maintaining their unique priorities together known as tri-sector.