Man the Soccer Player - Homo Passiens

The Missing Link in Human Evolution (Arguably)

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Man the Soccer Player - Homo Passiens The Missing Link in Human Evolution (Arguably)

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In this book you will discover the truth—that Homo passiens is the missing link in human evolution. That Homo sapiens is a recently arrived imposter in the evolution of the genus Homo—a charlatan, a fraud, a villain, a quack! That all the academic stuff about consciousness, language, science, and so on, emanating exclusively from (and created by) Homo sapiens is evolutionary hogwash!

It all came not from Homo sapiens—as this recently arrived, pathological lying subspecies claims repeatedly in schools, textbooks, literature, and all institutions of higher learning—but from the founder species, Homo passiens—Man the Soccer Player! As evidenced in this book, humans evolved two legs for soccer, domed head and flat face for subtle power heading, and flat and levered feet with non-opposable big toes for shooting.

We all love to be clever, and this book is to be associated with its seminal ideas and not necessarily to read from left to right. The thinking fans will want to be associated with the mad science presented here. Man the Soccer Player also contains a foreword by Irvine Welsh, author of the bestseller Trainspotting. After reading this book, soccer will never be the same again!

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Pages 352
Print run 1st edition
Format Specifications 14,7 x 21 cm, Paperback / softback, 35 Halftones and Illustrations, color
Publication Date 1 Sep 2018
Authors McInnes, Mike
ISBN 978-1-78255-144-7
Delivery time 5 Tage
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About the Authors

McInnes, Mike

Mike McInnes is a retired pharmacist from Edinburgh, Scotland. He has a special interest in cerebral energy metabolism and its modern impairments. Mike has written The Hibernation Diet, The Honey Revolution, and The Honey Diet, all of which argue that human sleep is a high-energy enterprise with respect to the brain and its energy supply. His research into the evolution of the large and greedy human brain led to the conclusion that this is the direct result of our strange selection of upright bipedalism as a locomotive strategy, and consequently this research led to the book on Homo passiens.

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