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    KINDLE [Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up] FREE DOWNLOAD Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up Humans is a book you will learn lots of new information from and not only that but what you do learn is interesting and engaging albeit a little depressing To create a contrast between the darkness of most of what we are told Phillips adds humour which lightens the mood somewhat The style of writing is eminently readable and flows smoothly from one point to the next without trouble This is such original non fiction and

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    Tom Phillips ´ 6 SUMMARY KINDLE [Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up] Funny and depressing

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    FREE DOWNLOAD Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up KINDLE [Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up] For all that the humour provides the bulk of the content here and is very enjoyable in itself the real value of the book is in the bits where Phillips gets a bit serious There's some very pointed commentary on the kinds of things we just can't seem to learn and reading it in today's political climate gives these repeate

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    REVIEW º PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Tom Phillips Tom Phillips ´ 6 SUMMARY FREE DOWNLOAD Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up Did you have a bad day? Read this book It will give you a multitude of examples large and small of people fucking it up a lot worse than you At the same time that is absolutely horrifying exemplifying time and again our incapability of learning from past mistakes it is also entertaining and educational A rare combination

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    KINDLE [Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up] REVIEW º PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Tom Phillips The story of human progress starts with our capacity for thinking and creativity That's what sets humans apart from other animals – and it's also what leads us to make complete tits of ourselves on a regular basis Author Tom Phillips studied

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    FREE DOWNLOAD Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up Tom Phillips ´ 6 SUMMARY KINDLE [Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up] When I first laid my eyes upon the cover of this book in the bookstore I knew that it'll appeal to my dwindling optimism about humanity in general It did not disappoint as I enjoyed reading this book tremendously It was highly informative written in a most engaging tone and pretty darn funny although the topic in itself is

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    KINDLE [Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up] At first what drove me nuts about this book is the total lack of referencing apart from what feels like a tacked on ‘Further Reading’ sec

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    KINDLE [Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up] Tom Phillips ´ 6 SUMMARY FREE DOWNLOAD Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up I loved how this book was written Tom Phillips writes with such confidence and tells his points very bluntly while being very entertaining and funny I also like how the beginning of the book starts with creation and Lucy and as the book goes on it discusses later things in history I marked it as a re read because Tom Philips refe

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    KINDLE [Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up] This is a fascinating book told with wit humour and sarcasm It chronicles some of the colossal mistakes mankind has made throughout history to the detriment of their environment their countries the planet the atmosphere and now outer space Inc

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    KINDLE [Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up] Tom Phillips ´ 6 SUMMARY FREE DOWNLOAD Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up Take a base of Guns Germs And Steel Add a dash of Sapiens Top with swearing and a cynical snarky funny look at humanity How

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  • Kindle Edition
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  • Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up
  • Tom Phillips
  • English
  • 21 October 2019
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SUMMARY Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB FREE DOWNLOAD Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up Ian army attacking itself one drunken night to the world's leading superpower electing a reality TV mogul as President it's pretty safe to say that as a species we haven't exactly grown wiser with age So next time you think you've really fcked up this book will remind you it could be so much wor. At first what drove me nuts about this book is the total lack of referencing apart from what feels like a tacked on Further Reading section at the end Towards the beginning the statement that people were killed by lawnmowers than by terrorism in the USA in the decade between 2007 and 2017 made me actually appreciate the Internet for a changeA Google search lead me to the World Economic Forum website and the eually bizarre fact that this statistic is attributed to none other than Kim Kardashian in a January 2017 tweet Apart from lawnmowers apparently the number of Americans killed by armed toddlers was 21 for the same period and 31 by lightning which admittedly is far prosaic It seems that Kim obtained her facts from the Huffington Post which also admittedly is not a font of infinite wisdomThe beginning of the book The Dawn of Fuck Ups also had me scurrying for the Internet in order to read about our famous fossilised ancestor Lucy actually dying from falling out of a tree of all things This is something of a running joke throughout the book about how the unexpected can put a spoke in the wheels of the best laid plans Indeed BBC News reported in 2016 that CT scans have shown injuries to her bones similar to those suffered by modern humans in similar falls So why didn t Tom Phillips include references I think the main reason is that this is by no means an academic book but rather the work of a raconteur who doesn t want to interrupt the flow of his story by having readers suint at reams of footnotes Hence it is best to just go with the flow and enjoy what is an immensely entertaining read given the rather grim subject matterPhillips does state politely near the beginning A gentle warning if you re not really into Schandenfreude now might be a good time to stop reading He notes that at the time of writing this we re a few weeks away from a nuclear summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jung Un I m going to work on the assumption that if you are in fact reading this book then we made it This ties in uite nicely with the ending which is as one would expect a pitch perfect black joke that resonates perfectlyKirkus Reviews describes this book as Al Gore by way of Monty Python which is a perfect encapsulation of the balancing act that Phillips has to engage in who not only wants to make us chortle in horrified mirth at how dumb humans can be but also to warn us that like COVID 19 stupidity can often be fatal

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Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up

SUMMARY Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB FREE DOWNLOAD Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up An exhilarating journey through the most creative and catastrophic fck ups in human history from our very first ancestor falling out of that tree to the most spectacular fails of the present day In the seventy thousand years that modern human beings have walked this earth we've come a long way A. Humans is a book you will learn lots of new information from and not only that but what you do learn is interesting and engaging albeit a little depressing To create a contrast between the darkness of most of what we are told Phillips adds humour which lightens the mood somewhat The style of writing is eminently readable and flows smoothly from one point to the next without trouble This is such original non fiction and it appears the author has carried out extensive research to find these uniue stories that I have not encountered in any other books previous to this Each of the stories are varied and intriguing enough that I am still thinking about some of them even long after I turned the final page They range from stories about the fails of our earliest ancestors right through to ones we are currently making right now Well worth picking up especially for history buffs and those who enjoy factually correct stories that teach us valuable lessons about how fallible we really are as a species However whether we learn from them or not is a different matter entirely and as this book illustrates it s not always as easy or black and white as it seemsMany thanks to Wildfire for an ARC I was not reuired to post a review and all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own

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SUMMARY Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB FREE DOWNLOAD Humans A Brief History of How We Fucked It All Up Rt science culture trade on the evolutionary food chain we're real winners But frankly it's not exactly been plain sailing and sometimes just occasionally we've managed to really truly uite unbelievably fck things upFrom Chairman Mao's Four Pests Campaign to the American Dustbowl; from the Austr. When I first laid my eyes upon the cover of this book in the bookstore I knew that it ll appeal to my dwindling optimism about humanity in general It did not disappoint as I enjoyed reading this book tremendously It was highly informative written in a most engaging tone and pretty darn funny although the topic in itself is actually really bleak I even wished the book was longer Highly recommended for everyone Even if you don t share my sentiments