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How different might the history of our species have been had our hunter-gatherer forebears failed to migrate out of Africa in time to survive 70,000 years ago when threatened by extinction due to climate change brought on by the last ice age? Simply put, we would not exist. Now, similarly threatened, we too must act quickly if we hope to survive. Yet despite all the signs ...more
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Published January 31st 2020 by Maijai Press
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Jessica Lucci
Mar 24, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
“Survival: Evolutionary Rules for Intelligent Species Survival” by Samuel Layne reads like a gentle textbook, full of information and highlights without being ambiguous or overly wordy. It is a humanistic approach to discovering life on earth and entertains the ideas of lives on other planets as well. With NASA data, quotes by leading scientists such as Stephen Hawking, and independent study, this book provides a clear guideline of scientific viewpoints. Evolution, adaptation, climate changes, a ...more
Farah Asche
Apr 08, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Well researched, well written and thought provoking.

It's clear that the author wants to drill one thing into the minds of readers with this book: Humans are doing a poor job of taking care of the planet (our habitat) and ensuring our survival. If I had one criticism, it would be that the book reiterates findings a bit too often, leading to (what feels like) reading the same thing over and over again. The end result, however, is that I distinctly recall almost every finding in the book, so maybe
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