The Sins of
Critical of creationists and evolutionists alike, this book may change the way the reader has thought about life and the universe so far.
How long does the scientific community have to accept “instincts” as the unique and simplistic explanation of so many wonders of animal behavior?
How much can science do to repair the damage left by humanity in its path?
The Seven Sins reflects on man’s inability to look at himself as a tiny fact of reality. In line with the original spirit of science, the methodical doubt, the author vindicates disaccord as opposed to certainty and determinism and then raises questions that paradoxically the scientific community does not want to ask.