Could anyone recommend a good book for someone just starting out trying to learn about the theory of evolution?
- JazSincLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
Campbell Biology, 7th edition or newer
Evolution for Dummies by Greg Krukonis (when you get to the sidebar about gomphotheres, skip it. The author's brain must have been on vacation that day.)
- nikki1234Lv 71 month ago
human biology, the biography of gregor mendel, the biography of louis pasteur, human genetics, physiology and anatomy, story of watson and crick discovering DNA.
since we are human, we have both a mind and a body, so we have a spiritual and a material nature.
this means psychology and biology are interrelated: "introduction to physiological-psychology". we think this way because we are human.
without an environment, there is no life; every life has an environment: ocean science, atmospheric science, and earth science.
i read and liked bill nye's: "undeniable: evolution and the science of creation".Source(s): nova. the t.v. series. bill nye; "Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation".
- MARKLv 72 months ago
My recommendations are books written by scientists with their target audience being the educated layman. 1. 'The Greatest Show on Earth' by Richard Dawkins and 2. 'Why Evolution is True' by Jerry A. Coyne.
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- CRRLv 72 months ago
The greatest Hoax on Earth, by Jonathan Sarfati
- Elaine MLv 72 months ago
Google the words "evolution explained simply".
- tonyLv 72 months agoSource(s): www.youtube.com/results?search_query=+learn+about+the+theory+of+evolution%3F
- SOTTLv 42 months ago
On the Origin of Species, an annotated version, which will be more accessible for you.