Prematurity: the enigma of human evolution (Paperback)
In September 2020, 7 important NOTES were added, highlighting the identification of the author of the idea of Pre-maturity, the Dutch anatomist Louis Bolk, in his lecture "O problema de la gen se humaine", in 1926, at the XXV Congress of the Society Anatomy of Friborg; and the one that lists several scientists who support other of its impressive uses, such as Neotenia and Fetalization Theory: like the American evolutionary biologist Stephen Jay Gold, the Swiss zoologist Adolf Portmann, the English anthropologist Ashley Montagu and the English neuroscientist and psychologist of Oxford RE Passingham.BOOK DESCRIPTION: Scientific studies point out that, at some time between 500 and 40 thousand years ago, an animal very similar to human human beings an intelligence unlike anything that had existed until then. This book presents a logical theory, within the principles of Charles Darwin and Alfred Wallace, to clarify this great mystery: the origin of humanity.75,000 years ago, the mega volcano Toba in Indonesia exploded, opening a 30 x 100 km crater, expelling fire, gases, ash and smoke 30,000 meters high, four times the height that commercial jets travel, causing a winter volcanic across the planet for 1,800 years, lowering the global temperature by 15 degrees in the first 6 years, and by 12 to 5 degrees in later years, and extinguishing several species, especially in Asia, Oceania and Africa. If the reader searches the Internet, "the catastrophe of Toba", he will have access to several websites and a lot of information about the phenomenon. The author proposed that, in the extreme South African, a handful of hominids with an intelligence similar to chimpanzees, in 15 thousand years, acquired an intelligence similar to that of humans today.The extinction of several species has caused a destabilization in the food chain, forcing these hominids to run long distances to hunt the few animals that escaped the catastrophe, and to swim with great efficiency, to feed on fish, especially the sea, an environment less affected by consequences of Toba. Crankshafts that were as chimpanzees today are, underwent extraordinary evolutionary pressure towards narrowing the pelvis to facilitate hunting and hunting. Only they had a very bulky brain, and the narrowing of the pelvis began to prevent babies from being born, sometimes killing the mother, now the baby, or both. At this point, the author presents a solution to solve the great mystery: he suggests that hominids that were born a little premature had a greater advantage at birth, because, with their brains still a little smaller, they could pass more easily through the new narrowing pelvis.And then, the unexpected happened, the side effect that caused the emergence of the humans we are: those who were born a little ahead of time, premature, did not have all their instincts recorded, that is, they were born with free memories. Many free memories The more the pelvis narrowed, the more they became premature and were born with more free memories. For the first time, this happened on the planet: a living being had a mechanism that continually increased its space for data, giving a great chance to the emergence of algorithms such as language, comparison, imitation, counting, recognition of members of group, recognition of other animals, multiplication, division, sum, proportionality, and many others that make up the cognitive system of the humans we are today.This book is the story of how the author came to this theory and the conclusions on several controversial subjects about humans, such as the sense of immortality, the idea of God, the female orgasm, menopause, monogamy, adultery, sex private, homosexuality, African genetic diversity, among others.