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Robert Dalling
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by Robert Dalling (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0595391172.

Human thoughts and actions involve little else besides love and children, spouse and family, friends, community and justice. The Story of Us Humans explains what we are, how we got here, and where we are today

Human thoughts and actions involve little else besides love and children, spouse and family, friends, community and justice. The Story of Us Humans explains what we are, how we got here, and where we are today. Understanding our own nature and also something about the Ask any person on the planet what matters most to them and they will answer "Healthy and happy children. Human thoughts and actions involve little else besides love and children, spouse and family, friends, community and justice.

The Story of Us Humans explains human nature and human history, including the origins of our species, emotions, behavior, morals, and society. It explains what we are, how we got here, and where we are today by describing the origin, history, and current ways of our neighborhoods, religion, government, science, technology, and business.

Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780595391172.

This is a book about how we got here, what we are, and where we are today. Understanding our own nature along with something about the flow of civilization helps us to together choose where next to take our civilization

This is a book about how we got here, what we are, and where we are today. It is a summary of the most-fundamental aspects of our world, including the origin, history, and current ways of our neighborhoods, science, business, technology, religion, and government. Understanding our own nature along with something about the flow of civilization helps us to together choose where next to take our civilization. What priorities and goals do you have for your own life and for our community, nation, and planet-wide civilization? What makes you happy? How do you gauge success in life?

All humans have religion Each of us humans knows that we are born, live, and . It is your soul that travels to another place or talks with deceased perso ns while you are dreaming

All humans have religion Each of us humans knows that we are born, live, and die and are subject to death, famine, disease, and malice from others. To help today's big-city reader see the idea of a deity, here are some examp les. You might be so grateful for the plate that feeds you every day that you be lieve that there is a life-giving deity that resides in the plate. It is your soul that travels to another place or talks with deceased perso ns while you are dreaming. They feel that shadows and reflections are evidence o f souls.

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The narration is contained in my book Human nature, worth, and civilization, by Robert Dalling. Лицензия Creative Commons – Attribution (разрешено повторное использование).

You keep us going and growing – with your support we will do even more in.LibriVox recording of The Status Civilization, by Robert Sheckley

You keep us going and growing – with your support we will do even more in 2020. Happy New Year! –The Internet Archive Team. LibriVox recording of The Status Civilization, by Robert Sheckley. Read by Gregg Margarite (1957-2012). Will Barrent awakes without memories just before being deposited on Omega, a planet for criminals where the average life expectancy is 3 years. This was a pretty wld story, gives a good perspective on how apathetic humans can become and shows why not always doing what your told can be a good thing. I liked it a lot, dystopic but with a good hopefull ending. And of course the reader did a great job as Gregg Margarite always does.

ALICE ROBERTS UNDERSTANDING OUR PAST The roots of modern humans can be traced back into deep time, many millions of years ago. The primary evidence comes from fossils-skeletons, skulls, and bone fragments. It is often thought that fossils provide only slight clues and that much of the story is guesswork. However, scientists have many tools that allow them to extract subtle information from ancient bones and their environmental settings. Modern forensic work in the field and in the laboratory can now provide a rich understanding of how our ancestors lived.

The Story of Us Humans explains human nature and human history, including the origins of our species, emotions, behavior, morals, and society. It explains what we are, how we got here, and where we are today by describing the origin, history, and current ways of our neighborhoods, religion, government, science, technology, and business. Written in plain language, it explains what astronomy, physics, geology, biology, chemistry, anthropology, history, religion, social science, and political science tell us about ourselves.Most everyone feels that human success is measured in terms of healthy and happy children and communities. Human thoughts and actions involve little besides love and children, spouse and family, community and justice because we are parenting mammals and social primates. Each of us simply wants to laugh and joke with our family and friends, pursue life, raise children and strive to be a valued and contributing member of our community. We have made incredible progress building civilization in just a few hundred generations using nothing except our animal minds.Have you wondered: What are the laws of nature and how many laws are there?How did molecular life begin and then evolve into worms fish, amphibians, reptiles, mammals, primates, and humans?What are the differences between these animals?How did we get from the Big Bang to bacteria and on to Christianity, democracy, and globalization?What is life like for gatherer-hunters?When did we first become farmers and first build cities, and what was life like at those times?What was life like in Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Athens, 13th-century Cahokia, Medieval China and Europe, 19th-Century New England, Yoruban villages, and in the U.S. during the 1920s?What was the Industrial Revolution and how has it changed our lives?What are the Hindu, Muslim, Confucian, Jewish, Christian, Buddhist, and Humanist religions and world views?How
  • This is a self published book with a chintzy cover created by a generation 1.0 paint/drawing program, but the contents are an amazing compendium of everything. It must have been an enormous undertaking to do the research for and to write this book. The book is an immensely more comprehensive discussion of everything than Bill Bryson's A Short History of Nearly Everything (which I would also recommend). The book is somewhat similar to books, courses and websites that cover the studies that are called "Big History". The book explains that it is a summary of and shortcut to reading fifty or so books written by specialists in the fields of astronomy, physics, geology, biology, chemistry, anthropology, history, religion, social science, and political science. It covers the nature of the universe, its laws, constants, forces, contents, the creation and evolution of the universe, galaxies, our solar system, Earth, life, humans, society, etc. This book seems as if it could serve as the basis for a course that would take years to complete, and completing it would give you an education that would be similar to a well rounded college education in all areas of study. If you want to know more than nearly everything, this is the best book that I have found.

  • Great book from a great guy.