We didn’t ask what she had for breakfast, nor what she suggests that we have for breakfast, because that isn’t the point of the book. Zuk wrote about the complexity of evolutionary development and that it’s not necessarily so that modern people can look to the past to build our menus, our patterns of relationships, nor what we do for exercise. We don’t need to be stuck in the past, since evolution doesn’t teach that we should. Evolution doesn’t stop, so why should we?
As usual, the conversation touched on concepts that both Greg and Marlene developed during their field research. Even the Bing Chat AI made a contribution. Not a great one, but then it’s just a bot.
Episode 24 - Pump: A Natural History of the Heart, Part 1
We are back!
Join us with part one of an interview with zoologist and author Bill Schutt, as we discuss his latest book, Pump: A Natural History of the Heart, a delightful and informative exploration of the heart, in all its (anatomical) forms.
We have changed our format a little, and hope you enjoy it. Feedback is welcome as long as you are nice about it.