422 books (22 pages) in this category
What Our Ancestors Ate and Why It Matters Today
by Stephen Le
<p><strong>A fascinating tour through the evolution of the human diet, and how we can improve our health by understanding our complicated history with food.</strong></p> <p>There are few areas of modern life that are burdened by as much ...eBook
by R White
<p>A Brief History of Time #2 - At Last The Truth!<br /> This brilliant sequel demolishes the lies and ideologies of the warring armies of Creationists and Evolutionists with startling new revelations that will rock cherished beliefs just as ...eBook
From God to Man and from Man to God
by Deva Prakash Kalita
<p>The first three part of this book is to establish a unified theory of creation that will be possible to establish by human knowledge in this century. That is from god to the creation of human. The human being was developed with a large brain ...eBook
by Michael Tomasello
<p>Michael Tomasello offers the most detailed account to date of the evolution of human moral psychology. Based on experimental data comparing great apes and human children, he reconstructs two key evolutionary steps whereby early humans ...eBook
by Carl Zimmer
<DIV><P>Viruses are the smallest living things known to science, yet they hold the entire planet in their sway. We are most familiar with the viruses that give us colds or the flu, but viruses also cause a vast range of other diseases, includingeBook
Does Life Play the Dice?
by Jean-Pierre Hugot
<p><strong>A Probabilistic Model of the Genotype/Phenotype Relationship provides a new hypothesis on the relationship between genotype and phenotype. The main idea of the book is that this relationship is probabilistic, in other words, the ...eBook
A New Understanding of How Cancer Evolves inside Us
by James DeGregori DeGregori
<p>Popular understanding holds that genetic changes create cancer. James DeGregori uses evolutionary principles to propose a new way of thinking about cancer’s occurrence. Cancer is as much a disease of evolution as it is of mutation, one in ...eBook
by Christopher Young & Steven Bednikoff
<p>The human being, homo sapiens... A unique species that has hauled its way onto the top of the food chain and now dominates the near entirety of the Earth's ecosystems. What is life like at the top? Do we enjoy the fruits of our labour? ...eBook
Moses to Darwin
by Francis C. Haber
<p>This work is intended as a study in the history of ideas, and, although a specific theme is pursued, I hope that its total effect will be to shed some light on "historicism," which has been described by Friedrich Meinecke, in his ...eBook
Theory, Evidence, and Medical Implications
by Joshua Mitteldorf
<p>Although books exist on the evolution of aging, this is the first book written from the perspective of again as an adaptive program. It offers an insight into the implications of research on aging genetics, The author proposes the DemographiceBook
The Psychology of Religious Violence and Oppression
by Hector A. Garcia
<p>This book uses evolutionary psychology as a lens to explain religious violence and oppression. The author, a clinical psychologist, examines religious scriptures, rituals, and canon law, highlighting the many ways in which our evolutionary ...eBook
The Rise and Fall of the Timber Rattlesnake
by Ted Levin
<p>There’s no sound quite like it, or as viscerally terrifying: the ominous rattle of the timber rattlesnake. It’s a chilling shorthand for imminent danger, and a reminder of the countless ways that nature can suddenly snuff us out.<br /> <br ...eBook
by Arnett, Jr., Ross H.
<P>A thorough update of Arnett's <EM>The Beetles of the United States</EM>, <EM>American Beetles, Volumes I and II</EM> cover the genera of beetles that occur in Alaska, Canada, and the contiguous United States. Built on the foundation of the ...eBook
by Arnett, JR, Ross H.
Experts offer the most sweeping reference available on the subject of North American beetles. Their rigorous standards for the presentation of data create a concise, useful format that is consistent throughout the book. This is the resource of ...eBook
by Vieira de Andrade, Denis
<P>Despite their diversity, amphibians and reptiles share many physiological traits, such as their dependence on external heat sources for body temperature regulation, that are of pivotal importance to their ability to cope with the environment.eBook
by Mark Stoneking
<p>Molecular anthropology uses molecular genetic methods to address questions and issues of anthropological interest. More specifically, molecular anthropology is concerned with genetic evidence concerning human origins, migrations, and ...eBook
by Barrows, Edward M.
<P>"<EM>Words are our tools, and, as a minimum, we should use clean tools. We should know what we mean and what we do not, and we must forearm ourselves against the traps that language sets us." </EM></P> <P>-- The Need for Precise Terminology, ...eBook
by Cain, Arthur J.
<p>Long before Charles Darwin undertook his first voyage, animal taxonomists had begun the scientific classification of animals, plants, and minerals. In the mid-1950s, taxonomist A. J. Cain summarized the state of knowledge about the structure ...eBook
by Fields, Bernard N.
Animal Virus Genetics is a collection of scientific presentations of the ICN-UCLA Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology, held at the University of California, Los Angeles in 1980.<br><br>The papers in the compendium focus on the basic ...eBook
by Berois, Nibia
<P><STRONG>Annual Fishes: Life History Strategy, Diversity, and Evolution</STRONG> is the first comprehensive reference on current knowledge of diverse species that exhibit unique survival strategies and provide important models for basic and ...eBook