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“Curiosity, information, attention,” Laurence Gonzales writes. “Those are the instruments of our daily survival. . . . all of us has to be scientists at center or be sufferers of forces that we don’t understand.” during this interesting account, Gonzales turns his expertise for gripping narrative, wisdom of how our minds and our bodies paintings, and bottomless interest in regards to the global to the subject of ways we will be able to top use the advantages of evolution to beat the dangers of daily life.
Everyday Survival will educate you to make definitely the right offerings for our advanced, risky, and speedy altering world—whether you're mountain climbing a mountain or the company ladder.
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