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Human Evolution Books

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These are well-researched books about human evolution from a single cell aside a pond all the way to our homo sapiens species today. The authors discuss genetic evolution and behavior from two contrasting models at play inside all of us everyday: 1. individual selection: genetic survival of the fittest in Charles Darwin's first model or 2. group selection: enlightened genetic self-interest in which genes, organisms, animals, and humans cooperate in symbiotic groups. Authors provide excellent scientific examples to support their theses. All very well-written and stimulating.

created October 17, 2009

updated February 11, 2013

joined 10/13/2009
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