What is the essence of humanity? What would an integrated science of Homo sapiens, the human species, include? Would such an understanding allow the species to manage itself better? Is the species making any progress at all along these lines? Or is its burgeoning material progress the best, and most, that should be expected of it?
These are the kinds of questions that this modest little volume has the boldness to address. Presented as the draft report of The Homo sapiens Project, the book summarizes the current status of the human species, including its knowledge and management of itself. Written as a Consultation Draft, the book seeks feedback from readers and researchers interested in the future of humanity.
Although the report was allegedly written by The Homo sapiens Project, the manuscript was brought to us by a person who prefers to remain anonymous at this time. Neither that person not the publisher can validate its authenticity. "Its apparent strength, and robustness, as an hypothesis convinced us to proceed with publication," said the publisher recently.
Read for yourself how the difference (or is it war) between the sexes plays itself out in the human societies on planet Earth. Read where this species has come from, and where it is now, according to this ostensibly independent and objective analysis. Then, follow the hints towards the end of the book and muse about how the future of humanity might unfold.
For the basis for acting on a human future is here, too. But be warned. The knowledge developing from this line of reasoning can be put to both 'good' and 'evil' purposes. The choice will be yours - to find the right balance for the future of the species -- once you understand...
"Are They Human Yet?" poses a rhetorical question with a serious intent. Help choose a human future... read this book.
This report was allegedly written by The Homo sapiens Project. The manuscript was provided to the publisher by a person who prefers to remain anonymous at this time. Neither that person nor the publisher can validate its authenticity. Its apparent strength, and robustness, as an hypothesis seemed to encourage its publication.