Bang: A Curriculum Vita of the Universe from the Big Bang to the Most Intelligent Form of Life on Planet Earth and Some of Its Peculiarities as Seen by a Quark
BANG is an eyewitness account of the evolution of the universe from the Big Bang to the present. This book is really twofold. On the one hand, the popular science part tells the story of the universe, from the BigBang through the formation of the solar system to the present state of planet Earth; on the other hand, the more philosophic part recounts the peculiarities of humans and their main current problems, suggesting possible solutions all from a detached Quark's point of view.The chapters can be read in numerical sequence (which also reflects the chronological sequence) but for ease of reading chapter 4 is printed first. It describes the main differences between humans and other animals including their abnormal sexual behaviour. The book makes easy bedtime reading.
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Is Earthling Intelligence a Benefit?
Evolution versus Development
Earthling Sexual Behaviour
Four Forces and Three Constants Make the Universe Tick
Queen is no Monarch
Hunters Gatherers and Carrion Eaters
The Writing on the Wall
Milky Way or Galaxis
Tilling the Land
Why Religion versus Science?
Back to Nature
ACTUAL EARTHLING PROBLEMS 201 Overpopulation
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