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Dirty Genes

Dirty Genes

by Ben Lynch
384 Pages · 2018 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
A Crack in Creation
by Jennifer A. Doudna, Samuel H. Sternberg
304 Pages · 2018 · 11 MB · 4,309 Downloads · New!
A Crack in Creation is the genetics, biotechnology and bio-information book that briefly explains the latest development of scientists on genes. Jennifer A. Doudna and Samuel H. Sternberg are the prominent characters of the story. The atomic bomb was one of the deadliest technology invented by scientists. It brings the whole world in chaos, insecurity and constant threat. This technology is to protect the country but at the same time, it is threatening the lives of all the humans on the planet. Jennifer is the worldwide popular moratorium who knows how to use the CIRSPR, which is a magnificent gene-editing tool. She also played her role to create that fabulous tool and Jennifer also knows how to generate the best results from it.
Prehistoric Investigations
by Christopher Seddon
272 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 2,042 Downloads · New!
The “Prehistoric Investigations: From Denisovans to Neanderthals; DNA to stable isotopes: hunter-gathers to farmers; stone knapping to metallurgy; cave to art to stone circles; wolves to dogs” is an easier to read and informative book for the readers. Prehistoric Investigations is written by the author Christopher Seddon. In this book, Christopher covers a wide range of subjects. It has a good history of ancient archeological finds and their significances. With the help of this book, you will get the introduction to the ascent of man without getting too dogged down endless detail.
Hacking Darwin
by Jamie Metzl
352 Pages · 2019 · 3 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
Hacking Darwin is the social sciences and genetics book which tells about genetics and how science can manipulate our genes. Jamie Metzl is the author of this impressive book. She is an amazing geopolitical expert, futurist and science fiction writer. This time, Jamie Metzl take a mysterious topic for research and she came out with an outstanding book. The humans are evolving by new rules every coming day but the process is so slow that no one can see the change. Our present structure of the body is 3.8 billion years old and today these humans are also in evolving shape. The progress in science has changed the whole world and it helps people to know the secrets of their body as well. There are billions of people who are living in this world and billions of them are dead. Our genes are also evolving with the passage of time but they also show us the complete history of our ancestor. The scientist even decodes the information which travels through genes and it is something which is impossible to believe. Jamie Metzl discusses the core foundations of our lives such as love, war, death, sex and how this foundation can be manipulated through genes. Today, our genes are hackable which helps the scientist to create a baby as they desire. The scientists can simply set his religion, beliefs, politics, morals and ethical values.
Lifespan
by David Sinclair, Mathew LaPlante
432 Pages · 2019 · 20  MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Lifespan is the genetics, genetics health and longevity book which shares the secrets to live a long life. David Sinclair and Matthew LaPlante are the authors of this tremendous book. David is a bestselling author in the New York Times. He is a professor at Harvard Medical School where he teaches students about genetics. He is one of the most leading innovators and he also named as the 100 most influential person in the world. Hospitals and doctors use the rules to diagnosis the patients under the rules of David. He received thirty-five different awards in his life for his brilliant performance and research in healthcare. Mathew is an associate professor who teaches the students about journalism writing. This guide is written to solve all the ageing issues that we face with the passage of time. David thinks that humans can be inevitable and everything that we have taught before about the age is wrong. This book shows you why we age and how our body transforms from one shape to another. According to David, ageing is a disease and it can be cured anytime. He shares the latest research and shows how we can easily reverse the process of age. He further talks about the genes and stuff which are responsible for a natural change that happens in our lives. This guide shows you how to live younger, healthier and longer.
50 Genetics Ideas You Really Need to Know
by Mark Henderson
208 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “50 Genetics Ideas You Really Need to Know” is an excellent book. Mark Henderson is the author of this helpful book. Mark Henderson is the Science Editor of The Times. He takes a particular interest in genetics and reproductive medicine, including PGD, IVF and Stem Cell Research. His book engages all the readers from start to end of the page. The author describes our genetic code has changed our understanding of life on earth. He reveals our life become so modern and technologies grow up. New technologies have some benefits and disadvantages. New Technology saves time and gives us more mobility options. With the help of new technology, you can communicate more efficiently. But some problems are there also as one of them is it made people lazy.50 Genetics Ideas You Really Need to Know, Henderson extracts the central ideas of genetics in a series of clear and concise essays. In addition, new technology increased the consumption of unhealthy food, obesity, and depression. To sum it up, 50 Genetics Ideas You Really Need to Know is an informative book as it provides solutions to all modern problems.
Human Diversity
by Charles Murray
528 Pages · 2015 · 10 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Human Diversity: The Biology of Gender, Race, and Class” is an amazing book for all the readers. Charles Murray is the author of this great book. Charles Murray is the W.H. Brady Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. He came to national attention first in 1984 with Losing Ground and most recently in 2012 with Coming Apart. This book is very interesting and worth to read for all the readers. The discussion about nature versus nurture is not just one of the many issues in social science. It is fundamental for everything involving human behavior. The book explores the progress made subsequent to the sequencing of the human genome. Dr. Murray explodes the PC myths about human diversity. But this is neither a black and white book nor settled science but an interim report. Much more to research and learn particularly with respect to non-American non-European populations. Charles Murray actually takes the time to compile significant up-to-date information and then delivers it in a palatable and easy-to-read style. To sum it up, Human Diversity is a worth to read a book for all the readers.