Animalia: As In Biology’s Roster of Elements

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Millions of years ago, a host of life forms began evolving. Monkeys, the first of our primate families, eventually transformed into life forms akin to ourselves. Although homo sapiens evolved with a minimal gene variation from our chimpanzee cousins, major additions to our crania caused our species to become embroiled in conflicts that have consistently detracted from our abilities. Yet strangely, our species has never been identified with a low order of life as in biology’s, Animalia, despite protests from humanity. Within a collection of writings, William Peter Scott explores a variety of topics within both natural history and the history of human civilization, blending his reflections with anecdotes and tales from the past. While examining the backbone of the Magna Carta, Scott shares insight into why he believes the world must revert to a modernized version of this charter of rights, before it is too late to recover.
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August 3, 2019
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