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Evolving Ourselves How Unnatural Selection and Nonrandom Mutation Are Changing Life on EarthI am still in between speechless and a stunning achievement Really enjoyed this book and the many jumping off oints it Último asalto provided for future research I d like to thank the author for a copy of the book and the chance to review it through the GoodReads First ReadsrogramWow I loved this book Evolving Ourselves is the Fear (Tricycle Teachings perfect marriage of history and science with littleunches of humor mixed in here and there While it dealt with importantcomplex issues of biology genetics and evolution you don t need a PhD or MD to understand the information It was written so everyone can understand and benefit from it It was very informative and very obvious that the authors spent a great deal of time researching the information The flow and I Only Say This Because I Love You: How the Way We Talk Can Make or Break Family Relationships Throughout Our Lives progression throughout the book was good and kept me wondering what the next chapter was going to cover There were so many times that I thought hhmm I hadn t thought of it that way No wonder When a book has you thinking about it long after you veut it down then it was a good bookI would totally recommend this book to Everyone Some of the topics covered in this book helped my daughter in her AP Biology class a few weeks ago Although it s NOT written like a Science Textbook Evolving OurselvesI have to say I really liked this book It s smart and visionary and irreverent and just lain fun A great summer read BTW It s featured on the edgeorg summer reading 2015 list If you re not familiar with edgeorg do yourself a favor and go check it outIt s like new wave for old smart eople Evolving Ourselves is authors Juan Enriuez of TED talk fame and Steve Gullans also a TED talk guy book length argument that the Neo Darwinian model of evolution via natural selection no longer applies to humans Not by a long shot In Evolving Ourselves they argue that the Neo Darwinian model needs a special modification if it s going to include us They assert that humans are only marginally effected by a natural selection and b random mutation due to our ractices of c unnatural selection and d nonrandom mutation UNNATURAL SELECTIONLet me see if I can start from the beginning Although it s at times hard to believe People are like the animal kingdoms world champions of cooperationBirds fly whales are huge giraffes have longnecks and eople cooperate People think that what makes us bad ass is that were smart Nope We re smart so that we can cooperate We re actually only smart because we cooperate The only reason eople can become super specialized in their field of knowledge and create cool technology and shit is because we can get together and work on stuffAllow me to explainReciprocal AltruismImagine two cave man dudes 1 Grog and 2 Unk Both guys make less than spectacular axes Grog makes great axe heads 4 out of 5 stars but crappy axe handles 2 out of 5 stars 6 out of 10 stars total Unk makes great axe handles 4 out of 5 stars but crappy axe heads 2 out of 5 stars 6 out of 10 stars totalIt takes both Grog and Unk 2 hours to make 1 mediocre 6 out of 10 stars axeFor both Grog and Unk2 hours 1 mediocre 6 out of 10 stars axe What happens if Grog spends 2 hours making 2 great 4 out of 5 star axe heads Unk spends 2 hours making 2 great 4 out of 5 star axe handles Grog and Unk spend5 hours trading 1 great 4 out of 5 star axe head for 1 great 4 out of 5 star axe handle Grog and Unk spend another5 hours assembling their great 8 out of 10 star axesNow for both Grog and Unk3 hours 1 great 8 out of 10 star axe With a little extra effort and cooperation they each get 1 great axeThat is a great deal right there but it gets betterWhat happens if Grog and Unk become expert specialist in their respective fields both Grog and Unk focus and innovate and now both of them can roduce awesome 5 out of 5 star roducts in less time 5 hoursNow5 hours 1 awesome 5 out of 5 star axe headhandle further they streamline their trading and assembly rocesses to25 hours to trade and25 hours to assembleNow5 hours total market and assembly timeThe whole J.R.R. Tolkien process took5 hoursroduction of awesome 5 out of 5 star axe headhandle 5 hours market and assembly time to make 1 awesome 10 out of 10 star axe eachOr to ut it simplyFor both Grog and Unk 1 hour start to finish 1 awesome 10 out of 10 star axe eachWe started with 2 hours 1 mediocre 6 out of 10 stars axe eachWith a little cooperation and organization we ended up with 1 hour 1 awesome 10 out of 10 star axe each This is a huge Win Win for both Grog and UnkThis is known as a nonzero sum transactionNonzero means that both articipants get out of the cooperative transaction than if they had each gone it alone Nonzero transactions aka Reciprocal Altruism is what allowed humans to dominate the lanet for better or for worseOther species demonstrate Reciprocal Altruism but none to the extent that eople do As The Labyrinth previously mentioned humans are thelanets grand champions of cooperationIt took a team of millions of The Raven and the Falcon: Youth Versus Old Age in Medieval Arabic Literature people to create the iPhone I m writing this review on and the Internet infrastructure I m delivering this review over and the web sight I m delivering it toAnd that just this one little blip of humanroductionHow exactly do we out cooperate every other speciesThere are lots of theories about why humans are so dang good at creating and maintaining systems of Nonzero transactions But the single most salient factor that simply jumps off the The Humanist Interpretation of Hieroglyphs in the Allegorical Studies of the Renaissance: With a Focus on the Triumphal Arch of Maximilian I page is languageLanguage eg English and Mathematics engenders constructs such as ideologies religions rules codes of conduct laws etc These constructs and others like them are the foundation of culture and technology According to Enriuez and Gullans Onceeople stepped into the realm of culture and technology we stepped out of the iron grip of natural selection on to the turbocharged escalator to obesity Unnatural selection ladies and gentsOf course the next chapter of Grog and Unk s story involves creating surplus hiring others to do the labor domesticating The Reproductive Bargain: Deciphering the Enigma of Japanese Capitalism plants and animals and you know the rest of the story It ends on your sofa DomesticationDmitri Konstantinovich Belyaev was a Russian geneticist who conducted a remarkable experiment to see if it wasossible to turn wild Siberian foxes into cute cuddly domesticated Your Life Still Counts: How God Uses Your Past to Create a Beautiful Future pets The experiment has been described by the New York Times as arguably the most extraordinary breeding experiment ever conductedJust to ualify It was done in the 1950 s so it s the most remarkable breeding experiment ever conducted before the invention of the internet The Internet is actually one big breeding experiment and it s actually remarkable than this one But this one is still really good It goes like thisBeginning in the 1950s in order uncover the genetic basis of the distinctive behavioral andhysiological attributes Of Do. 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Mesticated animals Belyaev and his team spent decades selectively breeding the wild silver fox for friendlinessThe way they did it was they only bread those individuals in each generation that showed the least fear of humansAfter several generations of controlled breeding the silver foxes no longer showed any fear of humans and often wagged their tails and licked their human caretakers to show affection But it gets better Not only did their behavior change Their outward appearance changed too They started displaying the typical features lap dogsThey began to display spotted coats floppy ears curled tails larger heads as well as other A Long the Krommerun: Selected Papers from the Utrecht James Joyce Symposium physical attributes commonly found in domesticated animals thus confirming Belyaev s hypothesis that both the behavioral andhysical traits of domesticated animals could be traced to a collection of genes that conferred a Lancelot propensity to tamenessNeotenyRefers to the retention by adults in a species of traitsreviously seen only in juvenilesIn neoteny the Scorch physiological or somatic development of an animal or organism is slowed or delayedUltimately thisrocess results in the retention in the adults of a species of juvenile Labour Markets, Identities, Controversies physical characteristics well into maturityOne way of thinking about domestication is that the features of juveniles of the species are conserved into adulthood In other words our cute little lap dogs are like wolves who have been selectively bread to beerma Marrane Et Marronne: La Co-Ecriture Reversible D Andre Et de Simone Schwarz-Bart puppies Some evolutionary developmental evodevo theoristsosit that humans are essentially neotenos chimpanzees In a sense we are domesticated chimpsBut it gets even better than thatAccording to the authors we are becoming even neotenos as we become even domesticatedThink about itWhat happens to our cultures most aggressive men The ones who don t become CEO s or cage fighters This Deleuzian Century pretty much end up inrisonThe men who are valued as workers and fathers in our culture are increasingly the tame as fuck gortex vagina Seattle dads They even look and freuently act like big babies Not that there s anything wrong with thatSo anyway Enriuez and Gullans claim were domesticating ourselves Whereas Darwin Women's Romantic Theatre and Drama: History, Agency, and Performativity pretty much shook western civilization down to its foundation and essentially revolutionized the way we se ourselves and the world we live in by asserting that we humans are have descended from apesEnriuez and Gullans make the ratherlainly incontrovertible claim that were all becoming a bunch of giant toddlers I can t exactly see another Inherit The Wind type trial emerging from what ever debate happens over this earth shatteringly obvious Tell Me What You Want position NONRANDOM MUTATIONHologenomeEnriuez and Gullans Posit that humans have least fourarallel evolving genomes 1 Core DNA2 Epigenome3 Microbiome4 ViromeMore on all of these in mere momentsBut suffice it to say every human Water in Social Imagination: From Technological Optimism to Contemporary Environmentalism plant and animalossesses these four genomes which considered as a whole are referred to as the hologenome The sub genomes 1 4 interact with one another evolve at very different rates and define your basic biology and attributes throughout life Eventually they come together and encode the heritable traits and behaviors that you Sagwitch: Shoshone Chieftain, Mormon Elder, 1822-1887 pass on to your descendants and future generations1 Core DNAAccording to The authorsHumankind s core DNA genome has been essentially stable for tens of thousands of years And that s a good thing rightEach generation historically experiences tiny random mutations 50 to 100 of the 64 billion letters that make up your DNA are different at birth from those of yourarentsApparently it takes a really long time for DNA to mutate It s hella stable Again that s a really good thingThis is articularly true ost Grog and Unk as societies made it illegal for you and anyone else for that matter we re not just Le rendez-vous picking on you to impregnate your mom and sister Another good nay great thing This lead a lot of biologists to assumeeople stopped evolvingBut there is a whole lot of adaptation going on just below the core genome2 EpigenomeEpigenetics refers to the domain of cellular and Molotov Mouths: Explosive New Writing physiological trait variations that are caused by external or environmental factors that switch genes on and offThis means that some of our genetic expression is influenced by mom and dads environment and our environmentAn epigenome consists of a record of the chemical changes to the DNA and histoneroteins of an organism these changes can be assed down to an organism s offspringSo not all henotypic changes are caused by changes in the DNA seuenceUnlike the underlying genome which is largely static within an individual the epigenome can be dynamically altered by environmental conditionsHuman diversity and evolution is highly concentrated in our epigenetic switches how genes are turned on or off expressed with greater otency or silencedThe authors assert that human culture and technology are driving the fuck out of evolution on the epigenetic level So what happens to humans after 10 generations of sofa surfing and concurrent surfing of the world s most remarkable breeding experimentI guess we re finding out3 MicrobiomeRefers to the suadrillians a large number of bacteria that live in and on us without whom we would simply die Within the microbiome evolution occurs uickly some bacteria can go through 2600 generations in just over a the microbiome evolution occurs uickly some bacteria can go through 2600 generations in just over a what happens when eople seriously alter ie totally fuckin upend the microbiome As humans declare broad warfare on microbes as they radically alter ecosystems adding toxins antiseptic soaps mouthwashes harmaceuticals nutraceuticals global travel urban lifestyles changing diets and leave rural existence behind they guideinfluence rapid microbial evolutionToss antibiotics INTO THE MIX AND THIS IS YET ANOTHER WAY the mix and this is yet another way are driving the fuck out of our own evolutionSo while you inherited your intial microbiome from Mom they aren t your great grandma s microbes anyThat s right The re engineering of the microbiome may be one of the major reasons for the obesity epidemic Apparently livestock are given antibiotics so they will gain weight I guess reducing your guts microbiodiversity euates to increasing the size of your ass Anyway it s such a common ractice that the antibiotics are leaching into everything including farm fresh roduce via manure fertilizers Dude You mean those big salad s and green juices are making us fat too Oh fuck were fucked4 ViromeFinally our fourth genome the virome the viruses we depend on for dear life mutates and evolves at a blazingly rapid rateWe have only begun to catalog the actual specific actors with the virome so it is still early days with regard to understanding exactly how it affects us from day to day or from generation to generation One thing is certain With our domesticated lifestyles glo. 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What Everyone Needs to Know About the Author Juan Enriuez is the director of the Life Sciences Project at Harvard Business School where he is building an interdisciplinary Evolving Ourselves How Unnatural Selection is In Evolving Ourselves futurist Juan Enriuez and scientist Steve Gullans take us on a sweeping tour of how humans are changing the course of evolution – sometimes intentionally sometimes not Customer Reviews Review this book Biography Steve Gullans was a rofessor at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital for years applying breakthrough Evolving Ourselves How Unnatural Selection and In Evolving Ourselves futurist Juan Enriuez and scientist Steve Gullans conduct a sweeping tour of how humans are changing the course of evolution sometimes intentionally sometimes not For example • Globally rates of obesity in humans nearly doubled between and What’s there’s evidence that other species from asture fed horses to lab animals to Evolving Ourselves How Unnatural Selection is Buy Evolving Ourselves How Unnatural Selection is Changing Life on Earth by Enriuez Juan Gullans Steve online on ae at best rices Fast and free shipping free returns cash on delivery available on eligible The Houdini Solution: Put Creativity and Innovation to work by thinking inside the box purchase PDF Evolving Ourselves How Unnatural Selection In Evolving Ourselves futurist Juan Enriuez and scientist Steve Gullans conduct a sweeping tour of how humans are changing the course of evolution sometimes intentionally sometimes not For example • Globally rates of obesity in humans nearly doubled between and What’s there’s evidence that other species fromasture fed horses to lab animals to Evolving Ourselves How Unnatural Selection Is Changing Evolving Ourselves How Unnatural Selection Is Changing Life On Earth Read Online Another good nay great thing This lead a lot of biologists to assume Cybercrime and Digital Forensics: An Introduction people stopped evolving But there is a whole lot of adaptation going on just below the core genome This means that some of our genetic expression is influenced by mom and dads environment and our environment An Evolving Ourselves How Unnatural Selection and Evolving Ourselves is by far the most interesting unexpected informative book I've read in years Their basicremise of the Death of Darwin's Theories and the world we are entering is a must to understand and consider Every age introduced a term or concept that was new or ut into a meaningful context I have given this book to many The Meaning of Difference: American Constructions of Race, Sex and Gender, Social Class, Sexual Orientation, and Disability people Yes it is a tough read Evolving Ourselves How Unnatural Selection Is Changing Evolving Ourselves How Unnatural Selection Is Changing Life On Earth Read Online Audible membership Cancel anytime By Dave Asprey In their book Abundancebest selling authors and futurists Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler tackled grand global challenges such asoverty hunger and energy Then in Boldthey chronicled the use of exponential technologies that Evolving Ourselves How Unnatural Selection and Evolving Ourselves is a chronicle of how life is evolving to meet our specs and choices of how we can change our own biology and of the unintended conseuences for future generations It One Small Step: An Anthology of Discoveries proves that how we use our enormousower over life forms and our ability to engineer new environments will determine nothing less than the survival of humanity Juan Enriuez Evolving Ourselves How Unnatural Selection and In Evolving Ourselves futurist.

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Bal imprint and unnatural activities the typical virome today must be very different from the one Darwin indirectly observed And we are now also beginning to tame and deploy viruses learning to rapidly edit them for our own urposesSo why are viruses so important to our genetic expressionSometimes viral DNA simply embeds itself in your own human DNA where it can lie dormant or sometimes come back to life when you least want it as occurs with recurring cold sores shingles from a long ast chicken ox and even some cancers articularly when our immune systems become weak On some occasions viral code can end up in the DNA in your sperm and eggs which then gets Birds passed on to future generationsOkay I m beginning to get it When we create antiviral shit we radically nuke the virome This could lead to a crazy new viromic landscape God knows what could emerge from the wasteland I guess that s yet another way we areushing the envelope with unnatural selectionLet s just hope the envelope comes back with a Tales from the Ballpark Tales from the Ballpark Tales from the Ballpark: More of the Greatest True Baseball Stories Ever Told More of the Greatest True Baseball Stories Ever Told More of the Greatest True Baseball Stories Ever Told paycheck in it instead of a maxed out credit card billGreat book4 stars The Complicated Made SimplerAn extremely educational book by two authors who have so much to say covering a broad spectrum of complicated issues and opt to summarize them in the simplest languageossible I am grateful for this book as I was grateful for As the Future Catches You 20160609 20160613ContentsEnriuez J Gullans S 2015 1050 Evolving Ourselves How Unnatural Selection and Nonrandom Mutation are Changing Life on EarthWhat Would Darwin Write Today1 Symptoms of Real Time Evolution Is Autism a Harbinger of Our Changing Brains The DarWa Theory Revisited and a Glimpse at a New Theory Twenty Generations to Domesticate Humans Violence and the Lack Thereof Allergies Another Harbinger of Our Evolving Bodies Our Unnatural All Natural World Fat Humans Fat Animals Another Symptom Brave New Sex2 How Does Evolution Really Work The Nature Versus Nurture Wars Missing Heredity Mysterious Toxins Transgenerational Inheritance aka Voodoo Biology WWIV Nuking Our Microbes The Yucky Stuff Inside You Autism Revisited Three Potential Drivers Viruses The Roadrunners of Evolution A Perfectly Modern Pregnancy Bringing It All Together DESTINY Is Propelling Evolution3 A World of Nonrandom Mutation Playing with the Building Blocks of Life Humans Hijacking Viruses Editing Life on a Grand Scale Unnatural Acts Designer Babies and Sex 20 Boyden Brains4 Evolving Ourselves Better Living Through Chemistry Forever Young Beautiful and Fearless Unnatural Attraction Sports uandaries and Beyond Designer Organs and Cloned Humans Evolving Brains Revisited The Robot Computer Human Interface Perhaps an Ethical uestion or Two Technically Life Technically Death Trust Whom5 The Future of Life I Don t Remember You De Extinction Humanity s Really Short Story Evolving Hominins Synthetic Life Humans and Hubris Does Nature Win in the End Leaving Earth EPILOGUE New Evolutionary TreesAcknowledgmentsAppendix Darwin True or False Did He Get It RightGlossaryNotesIndex This is Isocrates I (The Oratory of Classical Greece, vol. 4) possibly the single worstop science book ever written It is in fact one of the worst books I ve ever read and I m including self Robot Programming: A Practical Guide to Behavior-Based Robotics published tripe with multiple spelling errors It is the book euivalent of those Facebook science memes You know the ones spurious science factsropagated by Perfect Phrases for Writing Company Announcements: Hundreds of Ready-to-Use Phrases for Powerful Internal and External Communications people who supposedly love science but have absolutely no idea what it is Everything about this book is bad From the writing which iseppered with liberal doses of the most cringe worthy jokes imaginable to the research which was shoddily done and based on the bibliography at the end mostly consists of magazine articles to the extent that you can click on almost any source cited and see uite clearly where the authors misuoted or at best misunderstood research Even the Versailles punctuation is aggravating every single chapter ends with ellipses I am strongly tempted to steal this book from the library and burn it so that no one else will have to suffer through itTo give one example of this the authors claim that doctors in general refuse to get chemotherapy This is categorically not true What is true is that doctors in general refuse to get chemotherapy when they are terminally ill That is a huge difference in meaning By saying that doctors in general avoid chemotherapy when they have cancer it implies that doctors think chemotherapy is useless Is humanity now driving the evolutionary bus Are we bypassing the slow scenic route and speeding it down the expressway Do we know where we re going Have I just overextended a metaphor Seldom do I find a nonfiction book that I can tut down This is one It is a fascinating account of the complex interplay of things beyond genes that affect how species evolve I highly recommend itNot that I don t have a gripe It s robably etty but unnatural selection Really Unnatural It s not that the term is inaccurateexactly What the authors are emphasizing is that human actions rather than the unguided hand of natural selection is now directing how evolution roceeds Got that but the word unnatural has negative connotations and the thrust of the book is that humanity guiding its own continued evolution isn t necessarily a bad thing In fact it may be essential to our survival Also the word implies that what humans DO AND PERHAPS EVEN HUMANS THEMSELVES and erhaps even humans themselves t natural But it is and we are We evolved through natural selection just like everything else and human constructions are no less natural than termite mounds or beaver dams All creatures affect their environment We re just a bit blatant about it The term Darwin used for selective breeding was artificial selection but I m not crazy about that term either for retty much the same Reasons How About Something Like Intentional Selection Or Even Just How about something like intentional selection or even just selection Either of those I think would be a better choiceOh and I caught one typo It s on age 226 The Cretaceous Tertiary extinction was not about 6 million years ago It was about 65 million years ago Somehow the 5 got dropped in the edition I read ISBN 978 1 61723 020 2Despite all that this is still one of the best books I ve read recently It s informative thought rovoking and even hopeful with all due cautionary ualifications of course If you re interested in evolution or the future of humanity this is a must read If I had to ick one erson to have of humanity this is a must read If I had to ick one erson to have conversation with at a arty it would be Juan Enriuez This book talks about all the things I onder all day everyday It s a must read This is a fascinating book about the speed up of evolution in a largely human controlled for now world I disagree with the oint of view of the authors that modern technology including genetic engineering is mainly a good thin. 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