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- ABC-CLIO 2011; US$ 85.00
This comprehensive encyclopedia presents an arsenal of evidence for evolution that goes beyond the typical textbook examples. more...
- Nottingham University Press 2011; US$ 21.95
Is time travel possible? What happens when we die? Do UFOs exist? This book poses 18 significant questions about life and attempts to provide reasonable, empirical answers. Assessing the available evidence instead of relying on supernatural approaches, this popular science book reaches possible conclusions while providing explanations to scientific... more...
- Princeton University Press 2011; US$ 22.95
Charles Darwin's Origin of Species is one of the most widely cited books in modern science. Yet tackling this classic can be daunting for students and general readers alike because of Darwin's Victorian prose and the complexity and scope of his ideas. The "Origin" Then and Now is a unique guide to Darwin's masterwork, making it accessible to a... more...
- F+W Media 2012; US$ 11.99
From the invention of the electric chair to the less offensive post-it note, "Bollocks! Why Didnt I Think of That?" features 101 clever inventions we could no longer imagine life without. Each ingenious invention comes complete with its history and handy trivia - I bet you you didn't know early Romans used porcupine quills as tooth-picks? Or that 1,000,000,000... more...
- Oxford University Press, USA 2012; US$ 79.99
A recent poll revealed that one in four Americans believe in both creationism and evolution, while another 41% believe that creationism is true and evolution is false. A minority (only 13%) believe only in evolution. Given the widespread resistance to the idea that humans and other animals have evolved and given the attention to the ongoing debate... more...
- Andrews UK 2012; US$ 10.99
This collection of essays is eclectic, covering certain political, ethical, cultural, and philosophical topics. But running through all the material is the evolutionary-naturalistic perspective stated in the opening essay, which gives the book its title. Another emphatic feature is a focus on the Western cultural outlook, as the context in which the... more...
- National Science Teachers Association 2012; US$ 15.95
Draw on the wit and wisdom of brilliant scientists to inspire your students as you teach them about a challenging area of biology. This teachers guide, which accompanies the EVO DVD, is structured around 10 fundamental questions about biological evolution. The teachers guide explores the DVDs commentary from some of the worlds most... more...
- Oxford University Press 2000; US$ 19.99
In this fascinating book, John Maynard Smith and Eors Szathmary present an original picture of evolution. They propose that during evolution there have been a number of major transitions in the way in which information is passed between generations. These transitions include the appearance of the first replicating molecules, the emergence of co-operative... more...
- University of California Press 2012; US$ 75.00
Evolutionary biology has long sought to explain how new traits and new species arise. Darwin maintained that competition is key to understanding this biodiversity and held that selection acting to minimize competition causes competitors to become increasingly different, thereby promoting new traits and new species. Despite Darwin?s emphasis, competition?s... more...