A New History of Life: The Radical New Discoveries about the Origins and Evolution of Life on Earth
I’m so glad A New History of Life available. The old one is worn out! What the authors try to do here is show the reader the developmental process that defines life. And they do this in such a way that it recognizes the traditional view and augments it with a fresh perspective. The authors bring concepts into light, such as how energy transfer works in complex organisms, as well as a redefinition of complexity as it pertains to living creatures.
With the insights of two distinguished professors, we march to a new tune. Peter Ward is a biology and earth science professor at the Universities of Washington and Adelaide in Australia. Joe Kirschvink is a geology professor at Caltech and Earth-Life Science Institute in Tokyo. Together, they create a formidable team that attempts to dismantle antiquated ideas in favor of a new, developing science in the areas of evolution, biology, and great earthly calamities.
If you want to open your mind to the depths of modern thinking, then A New History of Life is for you. Read it!
|Author||Joe Kirschvink and Peter Ward|
|Page Count||416 pages|
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|Category||Science & Nature|