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Canberra Friend Andrew Glikson has written a book The Fatal Species: from warlike primates to planetary mass extinction, published by the respected scientific published, Springer.   The publisher says:

This book presents a history which is nearing its nadir, where a species of warlike primates is destroying the delicate web of life perceived by Charles Darwin in The Origin of Species, committing a war against nature and the fastest mass extinction in the history of nature, with global temperatures incinerating the biosphere by several degrees Celsius, within a lifetime. Despite this knowledge, Homo “sapiens” is proceeding to transfer every accessible molecule of carbon from the Earth crust to the atmosphere and hydrosphere, an auto-da-fe ensues of the terrestrial biosphere.

We would like to publish a review of this book, but first we need a reviewer.  If you would like to write a review, please contact us.  We can supply a copy of the book, if necessary.

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