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Purposeful Evolution is a concise work of non-fiction focusing on modern theories of evolutionary science, penned by author Ron Deming. When readers first consider the topic of evolution, the original ideas and theories of Charles Darwin are often the first to come to light, but this new theoretical model explores adaptation and the concept of coincidence through a modern lens of how organisms work together in their development instead of as individuals. Author Ron Deming takes readers through these ideas using a variety of examples from biodiversity and symbiotic relationships around the world and explaining them with this modernized view of evolution with purpose.
For newcomers to the scientific world, author Ron Deming offers a challenging but extremely well-worded start to the concept of evolution. The guide is split into a few intense chapters that feature topics such as symbiosis and speciation, outlining the work which has come before but also moving the concepts and examples he presents into a new, more directed future. The grounding for his theoretical explanations is well-founded too, and the examples presented are both fascinating to read and highly illustrative of the convincing points which are made within the volume. Add to this the excellent organization and professional presentation of the book, and what results is a valuable scientific work to add to your realm of thinking. Overall, Purposeful Evolution will provide a thought-provoking and enjoyable read for science enthusiasts and newcomers to such evolutionary and adaptability concepts alike.