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Author: Garrett Herman
ISBN13: 978-0910672511
Title: Darwin: The Evolution of the Man
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Language: English
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Publisher: Grolier Club (January 21, 2004)
Pages: 37

Darwin: The Evolution of the Man by Garrett Herman



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Investment banker Garrett Herman already has the rote trappings of success: the vintage wine cellar, fine cars, many unloved TVs, a room solely devoted to massage. Yet a closer look around Mr. Herman's Rosedale home indicates he does not fit any dog-eat-dog stereotype. He's the one left who is controversial. A forthcoming man who speaks in clipped sentences, Mr. Herman said he caught the collecting bug in Montreal's West End with Ronald Ivan Cohen, a childhood friend Mr. Herman always refers to by his full name. He and Mr. Cohen - who now is the national chair of the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council - began with coins, moving their way up to stamps.

Darwin's Theory Of Evolution - A theory in crisis in light of the tremendous advances we've made in molecular biology, biochemistry, genetics and information theory. Ancient Greek philosophers such as Anaximander postulated the development of life from non-life and the evolutionary descent of man from animal. Charles Darwin simply brought something new to the old philosophy - a plausible mechanism called "natural selection. Natural selection acts to preserve and accumulate minor advantageous genetic mutations. Suppose a member of a species developed a functional advantage (it grew wings and learned to fly). Its offspring would inherit that advantage and pass it on to their offspring.

From the clay tablets to the e-book format, the book has enjoyed a remarkable evolution, presented here is a snapshot of that history: 3500 BC - Symbols onto Tablets. Had this not been done (mainly by the monastic scribes of the Late Antiquity (a time that stretches from the 3rd to 7th centuries AD) then it is likely the entire collection of literature of Greece and Rome would have perished. 868 AD - The First Printed Book. The very first book is printed on paper in China, using a block of wood that had characters carved in reverse relief. Ink was then placed on the block of wood to create a print on paper.

Honorary degree citation - Garrett Herman. By: Richard Renaud, June 2016. Mr. Chancellor, it is my honour to present to you a very very old and dear friend of mine - Dr. Garrett Herman, esteemed businessperson, devoted philanthropist, and world authority and preeminent collector of all things Darwinian. A man of many causes, he is a director of Grapes for Humanity Canada, a foundation supported by the top ten wine producing families of the world, which raises funds to support the welfare and education of children in impoverished countries. On his business side, Dr. Garrett Herman is a veteran investment banker.

The Storm Breaks Darwin had formulated his theory of evolution by 1838. In 1844, he wrote 230 pages of his future book. But he just showed it to a few friends and didn’t publish it. When The Origin of Species was finally published 1858, many people got really angry because it didn’t agree with the Bible. By the time, Darwin died in 1882, other scientists began to think he might be right. A page from Darwin’s book A cartoon making fun of Darwin – many people thought that his ideas were silly. He died at Down House on 19 April 1882

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