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I found Richard Klein by accident and he raises interesting ideas to consider. I think this is probably already a text book for some universities.Published 20 months ago by Donald Liston
good discussion of development of culture of early people. a very readable volume, without difficult to follow scientific charts and jargon.Published on May 22, 2013 by Phyllis Tyson
NO DAWN, NO CULTURE -- JUST THE OLD BAIT-AND-SWITCH
This book, despite its intriguing title and subtitle promising "a bold new theory on what sparked the "big bang" of... Read more
This book is a great read, clear and informative. It summarizes not only the biological rise of Homo sapiens,but also the emergence of diverse forms of culture. Read morePublished on May 9, 2012 by R. Carmack
Uninspired writing, a boring blah-blah-blah presentation of a theory that is NOT bold and new. If you want to read this same story in a book that is a real page-turner, read Germs,... Read morePublished on October 30, 2011 by Doula Karen
This is a very fun book of popular science. It covers the longitudinal evolution of humans from the split with the great apes about 6 million years ago, to the emergence of... Read morePublished on October 12, 2010 by Robert J. Crawford
I have read numerous books on the subject of evolution and some present an interesting facet of the evolutionary theory. Read morePublished on September 3, 2010 by Randolph Eck
This book epitomizes careful, up-to-date, and disciplined science writing, which I hesitate to call "popular" only because that term has acquired a certain disdain. Read morePublished on May 6, 2010 by Seoigheach