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Sea angel. Photo © Alexander Semenov, Belomorsk Biological Station named after N. A. Pertsov


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Welcome to the Jungle!


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In this chapter, we learn that the brains of our ancestors were growing very rapidly for three million years to become human. The expansion of the surface area of the cerebral cortex launched the positive feedback loop between itself and the cultural evolution of the human species.


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Section One. The Natural Method of Learning


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In this chapter, we will see how savage tribes before their close contact with modern humans as well as our prehistoric ancestors were using empiricism and logic to build and keep up to date their picture of the world — the gigantic foundation of modern science.


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