A troublesome inheritance genes race and human history audible audiobook unabridged nicholas wade author alan sklar narrator penguin audio publisher 0 more 40 out of 5 stars 365 customer reviews. A troublesome inheritance genes race and human history is a 2014 book by british writer and journalist nicholas wade a retired science reporter for the new york times wade argues that human evolution has been recent copious and regional and that this has important implications for the social sciencesthe book has been widely denounced by scientists. A troublesome inheritance addresses a very small scientific question the nature and significance of race in the human species but because this has been literally a taboo topic for the past generation science writer nicholas wade deserves praise for his substantive effort to illuminate it from several perspectives. Genes race and human history by inconveniently as nicholas wade argues in a troublesome inheritance the consensus view cannot be right and in fact we know that populations have changed in the past few thousand years to be lactose tolerant for example and to survive at high altitudes diamonds tendency to cherry pick data . Nicholas wade joins stefan molyneux to discuss his book a troublesome inheritance genes race and human history and the impact of evolution and selective pressures on human populations
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