Studs Terkel Howard Lyman is fighting not only for our health but our nation's sanity as well. He challenges not only mad cows, but a mad system that gives us the dead wrong answer when we ask, "What's for dinner?"
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From crab cakes in a New York eatery, to moules mariniere in a French bistro, or salty fish and chips on a windy boardwalk, seafood is deliciously at home anywhere. Today, caviar is a costly extravagance, and fish is a highlight on pricey restaurant menus, so it is hard to imagine that seafood was once poor man's fare. But tastes and values have changed and The Essential Seafood Cookbook - with over 600 full-color photographs - shows how fresh seafood now enjoys respect and popularity around the world.
The author combines biological research on early human origins and evolution, from the split with the apes some six million years ago to the rise of early modern humans. He focuses on how early humans evolved, lived and organized nhemselves, while signifying the relevance of that advancement for the understanding of modern social life.
The deconstruction of current thought on early hominid evolution continues as the author applies critical scrutiny to the biological theory of kin selection and its relevance for the evolution of human morality and the behaviors of inbreeding avoidance and infanticide. He also examines other key issues such as the origin of cognition, spoken language, morality and typical human sexuality, as well as diet and population density.