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There were no less than 25 prototype people. we're yet another version, and there's no facts evolution has stopped. Juan Enriquez and Steve Gullans, of the world's most outstanding technological know-how authors, researchers, and marketers, take you right into a global the place people more and more form their atmosphere, their very own selves, and different species. by means of the top you can find a large, and infrequently frightening, map of lifestyles science-driven swap. not only bodies should be altered yet our center non secular, govt, and social constructions as humankind makes the transition to a brand new species, a Homo evolutis, which without delay and intentionally controls its personal evolution and that of many different species.

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Juan Enriquez thinks and writes concerning the profound alterations that genomics and different lifestyles sciences will reason in enterprise, expertise, politics and society.

Steve Gullans is an skilled investor, entrepreneur and scientist. He co-founded RxGen a pharmaceutical companies company.

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The human cystic fibrosis gene confers resistance to cholera. A hypertension gene confers resistance to African sleeping sickness. The sickle cell gene enhances resistance to malaria. A CCR5 gene variant provides some resistance to HIV. )65 And likely we would not be alive without these past infections. Around 40 million years ago primates were infected by a retrovirus that evolved into a gene called syncytin-1. 66 This microbial knowledge can lead to… Some odd thoughts and conclusions. 67 Such was the case with sickle cell anemia, thalassemia, and G6PD deficiency .

Not just because they have killed more in wars than all bullets, arrows, and stones combined, but also because: Microbes have fundamentally altered our blood, cells, and bodies. Microbial metagenomes are an extension of own genomes. Their evolution is an extension of our own. As microbes evolve, so do we, and vice versa… Co-evolution. A process which begins just as soon as we are born and inherit an initial bacterial flora from mom, the doctor, and a few nurses as well as the nursery. unpublished But behold, there is a method to our madness… A reason we used microbes as our first example.

Com. ") We do not mean to imply that these particular blood or marrow differences are enough to speciate. But they illustrate the point that, given the chance, humans seek and promote diversity. We continuously try to improve and upgrade. unpublished upgrade hominids at least 25 times. This human speciation has, so far, occurred naturally, over tens of thousands of years. But now we are entering an entirely different era. One in which we are not just subject to the environmental pressures that shape evolution.

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