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10 thoughts on “Evolving Ourselves: How Unnatural Selection and Nonrandom Mutation Are Changing Life on Earth

  1. says:

    This is possibly the single worst pop science book ever written It is in fact one of the worst books I ve ever read, and I m including self published tripe with multiple spelling errors It is the book equivalent of those Facebook science memes You know the ones, spurious science facts propagated by people who supposedly love science but have absolutely no idea what it is Everything about this book is bad From the writing, which is peppered with liberal doses of the most cringe worthy jokes imaginable, to the research, which was shoddily done and based on the bibliography at the end, mostly consists of magazine articles to the extent that you can click on almost any source cited and see quite clearly where the authors misquoted or at best misunderstood research Even the punctuation is aggravating every single chapter ends with ellipses I am strongly tempted to steal this book from the library and burn it so that no one else will have to suffer through it To g...


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    Evolving Ourselves I have to say I really liked this book It s smart and visionary and irreverent and just plain fun A great summer read BTW It s featured on the edge.org summer reading 2015 list If you re not familiar with edge.org, do yourself a favor and go check it out.It s like new wave for old smart people Evolving Ourselves is authors Juan Enriquez of TED talk fame and Steve Gullans also a TED talk guy book length argument that the Neo Darwinian model of evolution via natural selection no longer applies to humans Not by a long shot In Evolving Ourselves they argue that the Neo Darwinian model needs a special modification if it s going to include us They assert that humans are only marginally effected by a natural selection and b random mutation due to our practices of c unnatural selection and d nonrandom mutation UNNATURAL SELECTIONLet me see if I can start from the beginning Although it s at times hard to believe People are like the animal kingdoms world champions of cooperation.Birds fly, whales are huge, giraffes have longnecks and people cooperate People think that what makes us bad ass is that ...


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    I am still in between speechless and a stunning achievement


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    Is humanity now driving the evolutionary bus Are we bypassing the slow, scenic route and speeding it down the expressway Do we know where we re going Have I just overextended a metaphor Seldom do I find a nonfiction book that I can t put down This is one It is a fascinating account of the complex interplay of things beyond genes that affect how species evolve I highly recommend it.Not that I don t have a gripe It s probably petty, but unnatural selection Really Unnatural It s not that the term is inaccurateexactly What the authors are emphasizing is that human actions rather than the unguided hand of natural selection is now directing how evolution proceeds Got that, but the word unnatural has negative connotations, and the thrust of the book is that humanity guiding its own continued evolution isn t necessarily a bad thing In fact, it may be essential to our survival Also, the word implies that what humans do, and perhaps even humans themselves, aren t natural But it is and we are We evolved through natural selection just like everything else, and human constructions are no less natural than termite mounds or beaver dams All...


  5. says:

    The Complicated Made SimplerAn extremely educational book by two authors who have so much to say covering a broad spectrum of complicated issues and opt to summarize them in the simplest language possible I am grateful for this book as I was grateful for As the Future Catches You.


  6. says:

    timo livro e leitura extremamente recomend vel O autor passa por diversos temas de forma r pida, sucinta, bem fundamentada e did tica De explica es b sicas sobre conceitos biol gicos a discuss es filos f...


  7. says:

    Really enjoyed this book and the many jumping off points it provided for future research.


  8. says:

    If I had to pick one person to have a conversation with at a party, it would be Juan Enriquez This book talks about all the things I ponder all day, everyday It s a must read.


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    5.5h 2x Contents view spoiler Enriquez J Gullans S 2015 10 50 Evolving Ourselves How Unnatural Selection and Nonrandom Mutation are Changing Life on EarthWhat Would Darwin Write Today 1 Symptoms of Real Time Evolution Is Autism a Harbinger of Our Changing Brains The DarWa Theory Revisited and a Glimpse at a New Theory Twenty Generations to Domesticate Humans Violence and the Lack Thereof Allergies Another Harbinger of Our Evolving Bodies Our Unnatural All Natural World Fat Humans, Fat Animals Another Symptom Brave New Sex2 How Does Evolution Really Work The Nature Versus Nurture Wars Missing Heredity, Mysterious Toxins Transgenerational Inheritance aka Voodoo Biology WWIV Nuking Our Microbes The Yucky Stuff Inside You Autism Revisited Three Potential Drivers Viruses The Roadrunners of Evolution A Perfectly Modern Pregnancy Bringing It All Together DESTINY Is Propelling Evolution3 A World of Nonrandom Mutation Playing with the Building Blocks of Life Humans Hijacking Viruses Editing Life on a Grand Scale Unnatural Acts, Designer Babies, and Sex 2.0 Boyden Brains4 Evolving Ourselves Better Living Through Chemistry Forever Young, Beautiful, and Fearless Unnatural Attraction Sports Quandaries and Beyond Designer Organs and Cloned Humans Evolving Brains Revisite...


  10. says:

    This is a fascinating book about the speed up of evolution in a largely human controlled for now world I disagree with the point of view of the authors that modern technology, including genetic engineering, is mainly a good thing, and that science is leading us in largely positive directions I may own and use all the modern conveniences, but I m a neo Luddite at heart, and very concerned about human caused climate change, the extinction of other species, etc In fact, I think science and technology is going to lead to the extinction or near extinction of our own species The authors of Evolving Ourselves acknowledge that it s only by luck that our species survived and other hominids did not, and don t believe that our survival means we re some kind of crown of creation At the same time, howev...


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