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"100 Million Years of Food" by Stephen Le
A fascinating tour through the evolution of the human diet, and how we can improve our health by understanding our complicated history with food. Learn more
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More About the Author
For 25 years Christopher lectured in computing and future studies in Nottingham University Business School, where he spent seven years as Director of Undergraduate Programmes. As a keynote speaker, he now delivers presentations for a wide range of clients in sectors including financial services, healthcare and the arts. For over 30 years Christopher has also worked as an animator, with footage supplied to the BBC and other broadcasters.
Top Customer Reviews
Fascinating & at the same time scary.
Politicians and corporations, both past & present, continue to promote the idea to 'blind-folded' populations and consumers that the party will never end. Everything is great now, forget about the future - and, don't bother about the mess, someone else will clean it up!
Personally, I would recommend this to be compulsory reading for any students from High School entry onwards. The youth/students of today are the people who have the opportunity to raise these issues with the present-day parents and adults who will be or are currently acting in manners that will affect their very future & the sustainability of a healthy lifestyle.
This is a very clearly written book about future possibilities. Again the word to emphasize is 'possibilities'
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I briefly read some of the authors ideas after going to his website and purchasing his book. I would have to say I was thinking along similar lines about 3D Printers and their... Read morePublished on August 6, 2013 by Mark Chan
This was a long, but a good read. Not a lot here that I didn't already know, but it contains lots of nice references that I'll probably use when I get around to working on that... Read morePublished on November 28, 2012 by Mr. Phiilip W. Berrie