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    When his missionary brother renounced faith in favor of atheism, Perry Marshall was plunged into crisis and doubt. He decided: “I”m going to let science make this decision for me.” He asked: “Is the hand at the end of my arm purposeful? Or is it purposeless?” He leapt into the void of evolution and the origin of life. 

    He could not have begun to anticipate what he was about to discover. Living things were far more sophisticated than textbooks were saying. Nearly every cell in your body can edit its own DNA, combating random destructive copying errors, charting a path for its transformation. 

    Evolution 2.0 pinpoints the central mystery of biology, offering a $10 million technology prize at naturalcode.org to the first person who can solve it - staffed by judges from Harvard, Oxford, and MIT. 

    In this book you’ll find 70+ years of under-reported evolutionary science, including a great many women scientists whose work was sidelined and ignored...even Nobel Prizes that hint at possibilities modern science is only beginning to consider.

    ©2015 Perry Marshall (P)2016 Perry Marshall

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    Evolution 2.0 is a remarkably meticulous dissection of the experimental evidence on evolution. Perry starts from information theory and practice; I started from research on the heart’s pacemaker, but we have come to almost identical conclusions.” (Denis Noble, fellow of the Royal Society, University of Oxford)  

    Evolution 2.0 is engaging, thought provoking, and challenges us to ‘reboot’ the riddle of evolutionary biology. By re-examining Darwin, Marshall asks us to reconsider the most important question we face - what is life?” (Dr. John S. Torday, professor, Evolutionary Medicine Program, UCLA)  

    “It is amazing that this ‘non-biologist’ has analyzed life phenomena at the cellular and molecular levels to such depth and width by applying a wide range of available information gained by cutting-edge methodologies in life sciences.” (Dr. Kwang Jeon, editor, International Review of Cell and Molecular Biology)  

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    Good content, terrible narrator

    From what I've heard so far, the content of the book is great. However, it is impossible for me to finish listening because of the terrible narration. It is read by the author himself, and one can tell that he is not a professional. It is read way too fast, many of the words are slurred, and the intonation is all over the place. This is the only book I've encountered on Audible so far that is so badly narrated that I actually get angry listening to it. I returned the audio version and ordered the actual book instead, and I would advise you to do the same. I would encourage Mr Marshall not to be cheap and to pay for a professional narrator to do his work justice.