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The Invisible History of the Human Race

The Invisible History of the Human Race Pdf/ePub eBook Author: ,
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 0698176294
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• A New York Times Notable Book • “The richest, freshest, most fun book on genetics in some time.” —The New York Times Book Review We are doomed to repeat history if we fail to learn from it, but how are we affected by the forces that are invisible to us? In The Invisible History of the Human Race Christine Kenneally draws on cutting-edge research to reveal how both historical artifacts and DNA tell us where we come from and where we may be going. While some books explore our genetic inheritance and popular television shows celebrate ancestry, this is the first book to explore how everything from DNA to emotions to names and the stories that form our lives are all part of our human legacy. Kenneally shows how trust is inherited in Africa, silence is passed down in Tasmania, and how the history of nations is written in our DNA. From fateful, ancient encounters to modern mass migrations and medical diagnoses, Kenneally explains how the forces that shaped the history of the world ultimately shape each human who inhabits it. The Invisible History of the Human Race is a deeply researched, carefully crafted and provocative perspective on how our stories, psychology, and genetics affect our past and our future.

The Myth of Human Races

The Myth of Human Races Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Alain F. Corcos
Editor: Wheatmark, Inc.
ISBN: 1627874186
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The idea that human races exist is a socially constructed myth that has no grounding in science. Regardless of skin, hair, or eye color, stature or physiognomy, we are all of one race. Nonetheless, scientists, social scientists, and pseudoscientists have, for three centuries, tried vainly to prove that distinctive and separate "races" of humanity exist. These protagonists of race theory have based their flawed research on one or more of five specious assumptions: • humanity can be classified into groups using identifiable physical characteristics • human characteristics are transmitted "through the blood" • distinct human physical characteristics are inherited together • physical features can be linked to human behavior • human groups or "races" are by their very nature unequal and, therefore, they can be ranked in order of intellectual, moral, and cultural superiority The Myth of Human Races systematically dispels these fallacies and unravels the web of flawed research that has been woven to demonstrate the superiority of one group of people over another.

The Human Race

The Human Race Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Louis Figuier
Editor: Library of Alexandria
ISBN: 1465611347
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What is man? A profound thinker, Cardinal de Bonald, has said: “Man is an intelligence assisted by organs.” We would fain adopt this definition, which brings into relief the true attribute of man, intelligence, were it not defective in drawing no sufficient distinction between man and the brute. It is a fact that animals are intelligent and that their intelligence is assisted by organs. But their intelligence is infinitely inferior to that of man. It does not extend beyond the necessities of attack and defence, the power of seeking food, and a small number of affections or passions, whose very limited scope merely extends to material wants. With man, on the other hand, intelligence is of a high order, although its range is limited, and it is often arrested, powerless and mute, before the problems itself proposes. In bodily formation, man is an animal, he lives in a material envelope, of which the structure is that of the Mammalia; but he far surpasses the animal in the extent of his intellectual faculties. The definition of man must therefore establish this relation which animals bear to ourselves, and indicate, if possible, the degree which separates them. For this reason we shall define man: an organized, intelligent being, endowed with the faculty of abstraction. To give beyond this a perfectly satisfactory definition of man is impossible: first, because, a definition, being but the expression of a theory, which rarely commands universal assent, is liable to be rejected with the theory itself; and secondly, because a perfectly accurate definition supposes an absolute knowledge of the subject, of which absolute knowledge our understanding is incapable. It has been well said that a correct definition can be furnished by none but divine power. Nothing is more true than this, and were we able to give of our own species a definition rigorously correct, we should indeed possess absolute knowledge. The trouble we have to define aright the being about to form the subject of our investigation is but a forecast of the difficulties we shall meet when we endeavour to reason upon and to classify man. He who ventures to fathom the problems of human nature, physical, intellectual or moral, is arrested at every step. Each moment he must confess his powerlessness to solve the questions which arise, and at times is forced to content himself with merely suggesting them.

Enemy of the Human Race

Enemy of the Human Race Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dr. Henry I. Balogun
Editor: LifeRich Publishing
ISBN: 1489724761
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Our world is seeded with landmine of hate, moral deficiencis, inequalities, and collaboration with evil! The greatest enemy of the human race, a major roadblock to genuine integration, equality, and peaceful coexistence is hate and the spread of it.

The Last Call to the Human Race

The Last Call to the Human Race Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Soumik Sarkar
Editor: Notion Press
ISBN: 1636337902
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Those fortunate souls who are reading this book right now are the chosen ones, because your mission and real purpose of life will finally be revealed to you soon. This book unlocks the secrets of life. Those who really want to change their life for the better will get this book by divine intervention, at the perfect time. As you go on an epic adventure with Mohan, the young and dynamic character in this book, you will explore the beautiful and divine holy places, ancient Holy Scriptures and the most confidential secrets of life by holy enlightened monks. You will learn how to become extraordinary, successful and lead a satisfying life using real life incidents and ancient, very powerful bonafide techniques. This book has been written in a manner which is simple, understandable and practical in real life, to enlighten and re-energize souls. The readers will be transported to an amazing paradise on Earth. So if you dare to break free, if you dare to think differently and don't want to miss a once in a lifetime opportunity to go on an epic adventure and quest for the absolute truth, just grab this book with both hands and change your life forever.

Human Race 4.0 the Science of Getting Ahead in the New World Order

Human Race 4.0 the Science of Getting Ahead in the New World Order Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Shu-Tze Tan
Editor: Partridge Publishing Singapore
ISBN: 1543756743
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A major pandemic of the century has struck the world again. On top of that, smart technology is rapidly invading our lives, dramatically changed the way we live, work, play, and communicate. While life is becoming faster and more convenient, humans’ wellbeing and mental health are deteriorating. Some are losing jobs to COVID-19 and technological advancement. Others are facing difficulty keeping pace with the sudden changes. Most importantly, we seem lost. Is our livelihood being threatened? Are our days numbered?How do we survive the post-pandemic era and smarter, faster machines? The good news is, by reprogramming our physical and psychological DNA,WE will thrive! This book is about how we can: Redefine Humans and Being Humans in the New World Order Grasp Nature’s Laws and Universal Principles to Grow from Good to Great Apply Proven Systems to Increase Agility, Resilience, and Entrepreneurial Spirit Gain Insights from our Forefathers to Rethink the Meaning of Life Tap into the Human Spirit within us and Go Forth Courageously

The Fate of the Species

The Fate of the Species Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Fred Guterl
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1608196240
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In the history of planet earth, mass species extinctions have occurred five times, about once every 100 million years. A "sixth extinction" is known to be underway now, with over 200 species dying off every day. Not only that, but the cause of the sixth extinction is also the source of single biggest threat to human life: our own inventions. What this bleak future will truly hold, though, is much in dispute. Will our immune systems be attacked by so-called super bugs, always evolving, and now more easily spread than ever? Will the disappearance of so many species cripple the biosphere? Will global warming transform itself into a runaway effect, destroying ecosystems across the planet? In this provocative book, Fred Guterl examines each of these scenarios, laying out the existing threats, and proffering the means to avoid them. This book is more than a tour of an apocalyptic future; it is a political salvo, an antidote to well-intentioned but ultimately ineffectual thinking. Though it's honorable enough to switch light bulbs and eat home-grown food, the scope of our problems, and the size of our population, is too great. And so, Guterl argues, we find ourselves in a trap: Technology got us into this mess, and it's also the only thing that can help us survive it. Guterl vividly shows where our future is heading, and ultimately lights the route to safe harbor.

Alien World Order

Alien World Order Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Len Kasten
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1591432405
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Shares new documents to expose the sinister alien influence in world governments, financial systems, and scientific institutions throughout history • Shows how Eisenhower’s treaty with the Greys, signed at Holloman Air Force Base in 1954, gave the aliens authority to abduct humans for "research" • Reveals how Reptilian-influenced ex-Nazis infiltrated the U.S. government • Explains how the Reptilians have created alien-human hybrids under their control to replace the human population Long ago, the Galactic Federation sent the Atlans, a fierce group of humans from the Pleiades, to Earth to confront the newest colony of the combative ever-spreading alien race known as the Reptilians. The ensuing battle sank the continent of Lemuria and drove the Reptilians underground beneath the Indian subcontinent as well as to Antarctica. Able to shapeshift to appear human, the Reptilians then infiltrated the Atlantean civilization, abducting humans and creating Reptilian hybrids. As Len Kasten shows, this technique of infiltration and hybridization prior to an all-out attack has been the hallmark of Reptilian conquest throughout the galaxy. Chronicling the history of the Reptilian Empire’s influence on Earth and their conquest of 21 star systems, Kasten reveals how the human race is enmeshed in a skillfully concealed plot to enslave humanity and exploit our planet’s physical and biological resources. Revealing Hitler’s pact with extraterrestrials and the Reptilian influence on the Nazi state, he shares new documents that disclose the rescue and rehabilitation of Nazi war criminals to assist in the Cold War, which then corrupted many U.S. government institutions. Focusing on crucial events in the decade after World War II, he examines the Reptilians’ human allies, the Illuminati, who control the levers of financial, technological, and military power throughout the world through various secret societies. He shows how Eisenhower’s treaty with the Greys, signed at Holloman Air Force Base in 1954, gave the aliens permission to take humans up to their spaceships, ostensibly for genetic study--in return for alien technology--and how these abductions led to the creation of a hybrid race under Reptilian mind control. He also explains how Kennedy was assassinated by the CIA because of his plans to rout out this Nazi–Reptilian presence. Contrasting the Reptilians with the benevolent Ebens, the aliens from Zeta Reticuli who crashed at Roswell, Kasten exposes the stealthy tactics of the Reptilians, their relationship with the Greys, and their advanced genetic bio-technology and teleportation abilities--as well as what we need to do to defeat their plans.


Race Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Vincent Sarich
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 0429977530
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The conventional wisdom in contemporary social science claims that human races are not biologically valid categories. Many argue the very words 'race' and 'racial differences' should be abolished because they support racism. In Race, Vincent Sarich and Frank Miele challenge both these tenets. First, they cite the historical record, the art and literature of other civilizations and cultures, morphological studies, cognitive psychology, and the latest research in medical genetics, forensics, and the human genome to demonstrate that racial differences are not trivial, but very real. They conclude with the paradox that, while, scientific honesty requires forthright recognition of racial differences, public policy should not recognize racial-group membership. The evidence and issues raised in this book will be of critical interest to students of race in behavioral and political science, medicine, and law.

Animals' Guide to the Human Race

Animals' Guide to the Human Race Pdf/ePub eBook Author: D. E. Kendall
Editor: Wordctacher Publishing Group Ltd
ISBN: 1789421403
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Love animals? Life stressing you out? Struggle to find time to read? Packed with funny case studies by animals observing humans. Witty observations from horses, cats, dogs, and exotic creatures fill the pages with humour.

The Nature of Whiteness

The Nature of Whiteness Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Yuka Suzuki
Editor: University of Washington Press
ISBN: 0295999551
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The Nature of Whiteness explores the intertwining of race and nature in postindependence Zimbabwe. Nature and environment have played prominent roles in white Zimbabwean identity, and when the political tide turned against white farmers after independence, nature was the most powerful resource they had at their disposal. In the 1970s, �Mlilo,� a private conservancy sharing boundaries with Hwange National Park, became the first site in Zimbabwe to experiment with �wildlife production,� and by the 1990s, wildlife tourism had become one of the most lucrative industries in the country. Mlilo attained international notoriety in 2015 as the place where Cecil the Lion was killed by a trophy hunter. Yuka Suzuki provides a balanced study of whiteness, the conservation of nature, and contested belonging in twenty-first-century southern Africa. The Nature of Whiteness is a fascinating account of human-animal relations and the interplay among categories of race and nature in this embattled landscape.

Revival: Origin and Evolution of the Human Race (1921)

Revival: Origin and Evolution of the Human Race (1921) Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Albert Churchwood
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351343882
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Where and when did man make his first appearance on this earth? The object of this book is to bring before the public such further facts and values regarding the evolution of man. After studies Churchwood made during many years, he is now fully convinced that the hitherto preconceived ideas of many scientists regarding the origin of the human race, both as to place and date, are erroneous, and evidence will be brought forward to prove that the human race did not originate in Asia, but in Africa.

Saving the Human Race

Saving the Human Race Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Robert W. Stach
Editor: Page Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1682895157
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The year is 2112 and scientists are predicting that in twenty years or so an ice age will develop, that will, in all probability, be an extinction level event (ELE). Six scientists from various scientific fields come together and are able to build a spaceship that is capable of traveling faster than the speed of light. They discover that this will allow them to travel back in time. Traveling essentially the speed of light allows them to travel forward in time. Using time travel, they go back to 2012 to try to convince people to change their ways and prevent this ELE from happening. Unfortunately, the people in that time period don’t believe them and the ice age is definitely coming. The six explorers search for an earth-like planet to which they can bring a number of people. They find a suitable planet more than two million light-years from earth. Is there time to find the appropriate individuals and transport them to this new planet before ice age engulfs the entire Earth?

Rejected: but Not Rejected

Rejected: but Not Rejected Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Paul L. Staack
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1973600072
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A famous saying tells us that there are two inevitable things in life: death and taxes. We need to add one more inevitable to this list. Everyone has to face and deal with rejection. If you are rejected by someone, that person is taking an action toward you. Rejected is a verb in this setting. However, rejected is also an adjective. It is a word that describes and defines. We must never allow our lives to be defined or described by rejection. Paul L. Staack has written this book to keep you out of the garbage can of a rejected life. It is inevitable! You will be rejected in life. However, as you apply the principles in this book, rejection will never define or describe your life. You can truly be Rejected: But Not Rejected.

Bounty Hunter

Bounty Hunter Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Keith Burris
Editor: Partridge Publishing Singapore
ISBN: 1543764940
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Ryan Singleton is sick of home—sick of his dad ragging on him and the dullness of closing his eyes at the end of the day, knowing he’s going to open them the next to the same monotonous thing. So he leaves home to become a bounty hunter. But that kind of life doesn’t come easy. He tears through one of the biggest zero gravity races in the area to secure the money he needs to start his future, and then nearly winds up dead on his first bounty. Luckily for him, a mysterious woman named Jody, an elite bounty hunter herself, comes to his rescue and dangles the future he dreams of right in front of him. All that stands in his way is Heydrich Kralick—a rival alien bounty hunter who hates him for besting him in that race. He’s ruthless, wanted by the law, and obsessed. Ryan stands to gain prestige, money, a world of passion and adventure. All he stands to lose is his life.

Eulogy for the Human Race

Eulogy for the Human Race Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Wolf Larsen
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1453551816
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Eulogy for the Human Race reads like waves of psychedelic imagery washing over the reader. Each poem feels like an apocalypse. Every phrase flows like a river of hallucinations. Each word is a fire burning on the page. Eulogy for the Human Race is a book of poems that boils over with sensuous imagery. No one writes poetry like Wolf Larsen. Each page laughs and moans with all that is wonderful in the world. Each page echoes Edward Munchs scream into the 21st century. Everything wonderful and horrible in the world can be found in Eulogy for the Human Race. Please Click here to go to Wolf Larsen's website.

Being Human

Being Human Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dwight N. Hopkins
Editor: Fortress Press
ISBN: 9781451407341
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Dwight Hopkins, whose important work in Black Theology has mediated class theological concerns through the prism of African American culture, here offers a fresh take on theological anthropology. Rather than defined "the human" as one eternal or inviolable essence, however, Hopkins looks to the multiple and conflicting notions of the human in contemporary thought, and particularly three key variables: culture, self, and race. Hopkins' critical reframing of these concepts firmly locates human endeavor, development, transcendence, and liberation in the particular messiness of struggle and strife.


Existentialism Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Salvador DeLaRosa
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1984567489
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In an ideal world, all reality is compromised. An overpopulated earth living in a melting pot as free and responsible agents deciding their development through acts of their own will is unimaginable, and the human race has yet to evolve into such civil sophistication. As complexity of minds attempt to live in harmony, there are always differing ideologies causing inexplicable savagery unto the innocent. In the new age to evolve, humans will embark transferring cerebration and universal decisions to a new species. A super intelligent AI (artificial intelligence), in all probability, will be the front-runner of our next evolution. We should be concerned—will this new species to be engraved with our human-nature flaws? Will it magnify the four most powerful elements that drives us toward the atrocities that outweigh our kindness? To magnify curiosity, knowledge, profit, and power without proper containment of our flaws will it accelerate the extinction of mankind and all species on earth? The author considers the likelihood that we have not come across either by accident or by think-tank experimentation what is it to be a human being, nevertheless, attempt to become creators of a super human through an unnatural evolution—this will only agglomerate countless questions onto our existing library of ignorance.

Twain and Freud on the Human Race

Twain and Freud on the Human Race Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Abraham Kupersmith
Editor: McFarland
ISBN: 0786452447
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Twain and Freud on the Human Race by Abraham Kupersmith Summary

This work explores the psychological insights and theories of Mark Twain and Sigmund Freud. Though at first glance these two men seem to constitute an unlikely pairing, each formulated a comprehensive theory of individual and group psychology and subsequently applied that understanding to the realms of religion, morality, patriotism and politics. After an extensive overview of each man’s approach, the author examines the effect of this reading of Twain’s understanding of human psychology on Twain studies and on our own sense of contemporary events.