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The first third of the book is accessible, which I define, as a reader, as being able to formulate mental images from what the author is saying. This author did not have mental imagery in the forefront (few writers do, though it is absolutely critical), so in later chapters anyone who is not well verse in biology will not be able to visualize what the author is describing, and the book becomes unintelligible noise - a stream of incoherent syllables - in other words, gobbledygook. This seems to be the rule with books that include biology in the subject matter - authors seem to lose it when things get technical, and they give up on ensuring the reader can visualize (and hence understand) what is being said.
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Just when we thought that genetic information does not get affected by the environment as Darwin had solidified, we discover Lemarkien evolution at work.
What does this exactly mean. Well, the environment affects our genes which can and are handed down to our offsprings. Jean-Baptise Lamarck has been somewhat vindicated by discoveries that prove certain adaptations occurs during the lifetime of animals and plants which in some cases improves the fitness and survivability of the animal and more importantly those traits are handed down generations.
The subject is fascinating, but this book is far too complicated for anyone who has not studied the subject, and is well versed in the lingo.
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