The Species that Changed Itself: Wide-ranging history of human evolution brings us right up to the here and now

In a study that covers biology, sociology and psychology, as well as anthropology and virology, Edwin Gale argues humans have changed so much that our ancestors wouldn’t be able to recognise us

17th January, 2021
The Species that Changed Itself: Wide-ranging history of human evolution brings us right up to the here and now
Humans’ bodies and minds are so different to those of our ancestors that we are practically turning into a different species, according to Edwin Gale

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The Species that Changed Itself: How Prosperity Reshaped Humanity

By Edwin Gale

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