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The Revelation of Unspoken Secrets of Evolution

Social interaction made clear as crystal.


Most evolutionary behaviorists have accepted a robotic view of the interactions of social animals composed of selfishness with a small window of support to close relatives who share their genes. This half-century old theory of kin selection is muddied by further untested assumptions and has been comprehensively refuted by observations of animals in nature.

Anthony Caswell’s “The Social Gene” describes a simple and intuitive alternative description of animal sociality as an emotional attachment to other individuals. It seamlessly accounts for their formation of mutually supportive colonies. The emotions are in their turn controlled by hormones which may undergo major seasonal fluctuations and account for the rich variations of animal societies. In this respect, humans should be much more respectful of the similarities between us and higher animals, since we exhibit similar emotional qualities in our interactions with each other.

Prepare yourself to be bombarded with mind-opening arguments by grabbing a copy of Anthony Caswell’s “The Social Gene.” To know more about the author (and his research) and the book, check his website out:

“The Social Gene”
Written by Anthony Caswell
Published by Friesen Press
Published Date: October 6, 2016
Paperback: $18.99
About the Author
I have been a scientist throughout my adult life studying the mechanism of muscle activation. Although this work was not related directly to the subject of this book, I am well versed in the procedures that establish scientific fact.

My original interest in this field was to understand the paradox of homosexuality – that it persists in the population despite the low number of offspring of homosexuals. The solution to this paradox is a part of a much larger evaluation in this book of how all vertebrate species interact with each other. I was deeply skeptical of the current doctrine of ‘kin selection’ or ‘the selfish gene’ that appeared largely conjectural, unnatural and has never been confirmed in the half century since its first proposal. Its ascendency to become a dogma is based on questionable principles and is contradicted by observation. I sought a simpler and more accessible explanation of animal behavior that could be verified or disputed directly in the field and the laboratory.

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 Kin Selection
 Homosexuality in Animals
 Social Gene
 Anthony Caswell
 Evolution Theory

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