The following has been written as of the evening of 8 22 2014 at 11:16 PM Central Time in my home in Wisconsin Rapids.

On June 17, 2014 I just finished reading the 358-page book, Race, Evolution, and Behavior: A Life History Perspective, Third Edition, by J. Philippe Rushton. It was clear that the mongoloids were the most K-selected (as their numbers much have been limited by the carrying capacity of the lands in which they evolved), and the negros were the most r-selected (as the most successful individuals in their populations were the ones who reproduced the most). It erit interesting to see how I follow up on this reading.

On June 27th I finished reading National Geographic's Deep Ancestry: Inside the Genographic Project, The Landmark DNA Quest to Decipher Our Distant Path. The author is Spencer Wells, who was the Author of the Journey of Man. I had checked out the book from the McMillan Memorial Library in Wisconsin Rapids.

On August 3rd, I finished reading The First Human: The Race to Discover our Earliest Ancestors, by Ann Gibbons. The publisher is Doubleday, the copyright is 2006, and the text is 306 pages in length. At the beginning of Chapter 8, "The Lady of the Lake," one sees the following quote by Marcel Proust from Remembrance of Things Past (NY: Vintage Books,1982), page 260: "The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes." I had intended to turn that book into the McMillan library the following Monday.

On August 19th, I finished reading Mapping Human History: Discovering the Past Through Our Genes by Steve Olson. Yes, all people are inter-related and descended from a small population that left Africa around 60,000 to 65,000 years ago, sed that does non matter much socially.
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1 Response Aug 22, 2014

I am now studying the details and may answer soon.

That is fine. Why is there girl in your name when you are supposedly an old man?