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Human skulls. Buffalo horns. Rattlesnake skeletons.
You name it, chances are you’ll find it at the world’s largest privately-held collection of osteological specimens.
But if you’re looking for just a little bit more … like what this extensive display of species both past and present can tell us about life itself … then The Stories Told By Bones – A Day In the Museum of Osteology: 7 Compelling Observations, 31 Captivating Photos is the next thing you need to explore. For such a short and simple book, it’s packed with high-quality photos that are as impressive as the ideas and questions that accompany them.
If nature – which includes our own bodies – were totally random, would we see so many undeniable commonalities within and between species? Would we see these commonalities repeated over the course of hundreds of millions of years?
It seems unlikely, yet mainstream science seems to cling to this idea. What if other possibilities were finally embraced?
Maybe … just maybe … the possibilities would be limitless, and lead to practical benefits for humankind.
In this book, you’ll explore questions like:
Are cells the true engineers of life?
What might the characteristics of continuous bone growth and bone cancer have in common?
What do Dermestid beetles have to do with the cleanliness of bone collections?
How is a skeleton like the chassis of a car, and can it be “upgraded” like one too?
Why does skeletal growth often lead to a decrease in the overall number of bones?
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