Humans and Evolution: On the Next Species

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Can humankind evolve? Why not? Is it true? How long are we doomed to live in useless bodies in a merciless universe? Why have we fallen so far from nature? What can we do? What more can we become? What does it really mean to be human? The discussion of evolution has become popular in recent years, but this short book touches on aspects of the "debate" that have gone largely unmentioned. A first time author takes a fierce stab at some of the most difficult issues of modern thought and biology. Find out what you never even thought about, and how it relates to your future and the future of all ";human beings." Each step closer is a step closer to a different tomorrow. This book focuses on all sides of the discussion of evolution, and pulls no punches ...

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