Sapiens free downloadSapiens nulled, Torrent, CDKey, Nocd, Patch, free download crack, Sapiens nulled without malware, 0day, 0day scripts
Homo Sapiens, A Problematic Species: An Essay in Philosophical Anthropology by Mia Gosselin English | 2014 | ISBN: 0761865195 | 274 pages | PDF + EPUB | 2 + 1 MB
Kirkpatrick Sale, "After Eden: The Evolution of Human Domination"
Publisher: Duke University Press Books | ISBN: 0822339382 | 2006 | PDF | 200 pages | 10 MB
When did the human species turn against the planet that we depend on for survival? Human industry and consumption of resources have altered the climate, polluted the water and soil, destroyed ecosystems, and rendered many species extinct, vastly increasing the likelihood of an ecological catastrophe. How did humankind come to rule nature to such an extent? To regard the planet�s resources and creatures as ours for the taking? To find ourselves on a seemingly relentless path toward ecocide?
In After Eden, Kirkpatrick Sale answers these questions in a radically new way. Integrating research in
Modern Humans (Humans: An Evolutionary History) by Rebecca Stefoff
2009-09 | ISBN: 0761441875 | 112 pages | PDF | 11,7 MB
Emphasizing genetics research, the fourth volume in the "Humans: An Evolutionary History" series explores scientists' efforts to identify which extinct human species are ancestors of Homo sapiens. They seek answers explaining why Homo sapiens is the only human species to survive. Readers learn that females transmit mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) useful for comprehending human evolution. Studies described include analysis of mtDNA specimens from modern humans representing diverse geographical areas and ethnic groups by Allan Wilson, Rebecca Cann, and Mark Stoneking who devised a phylogeny based on a common female ancestor they called
B.P.R.D. - Plague of Frogs v01 (2014) English | CBR | 407 pages | 580.31 MB In 2001, Hellboy quit the B.P.R.D., leaving Abe Sapien, Liz Sherman, and a bizarre roster of special agents to defend the world from any occult threats, and the growing menace of the frog army. Mike Mignola and Dark Horse present the complete Plague of Frogs saga in four volumes, from Hollow Earth to King of Fear. This first book explores the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense after Hellboys departure, cracks open the secrets of Abe Sapiens origin, and sets the war on frogs in motion.
Science & Vie No.1159 - Avril 2014
French | 140 Pages | HQ PDF | 103.58 Mb
Premier magazine europ?en de diffusion de la science, Science & Vie consacre en r?alit? plus de 120 pages chaque mois ? analyser et ? d?crypter les principales avanc?es de la connaissance... Au sommaire : Outil, langage, sacr? : Sapiens n'a rien invent?; Supernova : enfin la mort en direct; cyberguerre : pourquoi elle ne ressemble ? rien de connu; myopie : les incroyables vertus de la lumi?re du soleil...
Friedemann Schrenk, St?�phanie M??ller, Christine Hemm - The Neanderthals
Publisher: R??utledge | 2008-12-03 | ISBN: 0415425190, 0415425204 | PDF | 128 pages | 6.67 MBThe Neanderthal is among the most mysterious relatives of Homo sapiens: Was he a dull, club-swinging muscleman, or a being with developed social behaviour and the ability to speak, to plan precisely, and even to develop views on the afterlife? For many, the Neanderthals are an example of primitive humans, but new discoveries suggest that this image needs to be revised. Half a million years ago in Ice Age Europe, there emerged people who managed to cope well with the difficult climate ??� Neanderthal Man. They formed an organized society, hunted Mammoths, and could make fire. They were able to pass on
V. S. Ramachandran, "The Tell-Tale Brain: A Neuroscientists Quest for What Makes Us Human"
W. W. No..on & Co..any | 2011-01-17 | ISBN: 0393077829 | 357 pages | EPUB + MOBI | 1 MB + 1,2 MBThe twentieth was the century of physics, with the grand unified theory its quest and goal. The twenty-first is shaping up as the century of neuroscience, with its quest and goal the reaffirmation of human exceptionalism. Boldly asserting, right off the bat, that Homo sapiens is ???no mere ape,??? Ramachandran tells us why the day of neuroscience has dawned. The discovery of mirror neurons (see Marco Iacoboni??�s exciting Mirroring People, 2008) has made a real science out of psychology, for it gives the study of consciousness and the host of mental states contingent on it
Robert J. Sawyer - Humans (Neanderthal Parallax, Book 2)
Publisher: T.r Bo.ks | ISBN: 0765346753 | 2004 | EPUB/MOBI | 334 pages | 670 KB/564 KB
Robert J. Sawyer, the award-winning and bestselling writer, hits the peak of his powers in Humans, the second book of The Neanderthal Parallax, his trilogy about our world and parallel one in which it was the Homo sapiens who died out and the Neanderthals who became the dominant intelligent species. This powerful idea allows Sawyer to examine some of the deeply rooted assumptions of contemporary human civilization dramatically, by confronting us with another civilization, just as morally valid, that has made other choices. In Humans, Neanderthal physicist Ponter Boddit, a character you will never forget, returns to our
Russ Hodge "Human Genetics (Genetics and Evolution)"
English | 2010-01 | ISBN: 0816066825 | 228 pages | PDF | 11 MB
Every human being carries, within each of his or her cells, a long history of the species. The human genome is a record of evolution that stretches back to the first Homo sapiens and to the origins of life itself. Human genetics is the study of that information and its relationship to people's lives�how their bodies develop, how they behave, whether they are healthy or sick, and other aspects of human existence in which genes play a role.
The Cradle of Thought: Exploring the Origins of Thinking by Peter Hobson
English | ISBN: 0195219546, 0333766334 | 2004 | 304 pages | scan PDF | 12,4 MB
Imaginative and creative thought is what distinguishes humans from animals. It is what defines us as Homo sapiens. What it means to have thoughts, and what gives us the remarkable capacity to think, have been subjects of debate for centuries. In The Cradle of Thought, Peter Hobson presents a new and provocative theory about the nature and origins of uniquely human thinking.