A Hunter-Gatherer’s Guide to the 21st Century review – sciencey self-help

9/24/2021 12:28:00 PM

A Hunter-Gatherer’s Guide to the 21st Century review – sciencey self-help

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A Hunter-Gatherer’s Guide to the 21st Century review – sciencey self-help

Evolution ary biologists Heather Heying and Bret Weinstein show how human nature is at odds with modern society, in a study soaked in pseudoscience

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By disregarding the facts of evolved human nature, they argue, the modern world in all its novelty has destroyed the proverbial fence, leaving us unhealthy, miserable and heading for societal collapse. We eat the wrong food.28 BST The failed London mayoral candidate Laurence Fox is to play Hunter Biden, the son of the current US president, in a new film, My Son Hunter. We prescribe too many drugs.4bn (£16. We raise and educate our children badly. “The Hunter story fascinates me so much,” Fox continued, “especially the vigour with which the mainstream media continue to try and suppress it. Heying and Weinstein provide evolutionary self-help advice to address the mismatch between stone-age brains and hi-tech society.

More respect for the evolved aspects of humanity will, apparently, cure what ails us. So on one level we are both being uncancelled: Hunter’s story and Hunter’s truth can finally be told. This 21st-century gold rush was triggered by a landmark supreme court ruling in 2018 that overturned a long-held prohibition on sports wagers. Let’s accept for the sake of argument that modern society really is terribly bad for us (although, given vast increases in life expectancy, we shouldn’t ). How do we know which parts of human nature are the ones we should take better account of? Heying and Weinstein’s answer is essentially everything. The script is the debut fiction attempt from married documentarians Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer. If it is something complex, costly (in terms of energy or materials), and has been around for a long time in evolutionary or cultural history, it’s probably an adaptation – there for a reason, and not a mere accident.8bn, compared with $2. This does readers a disservice. Hunter Biden is a lawyer and painter.

The debate over “adaptationism” in biology is long-running , and is not going to be solved by glib reasoning like this. Heying and Weinstein lunge clumsily at evolution’s Gordian knot, fail even to nick it with their blade, yet still smugly tell their audience that they have sliced it right in half. Hunter and his elder brother, Beau, survived, with severe injuries; their sister was killed. This has all been achieved before populous states such as California, New York and Texas come on stream. Still, if everything is an adaptation, there is a lot of advice to give. Some of it – offered in bullet points closing each chapter – is boilerplate (get more exercise; get more sleep); some is oddly specific (go barefoot more often); some is plain weird (don’t let markets get involved in music or comedy). Earlier this year, Hunter Biden published a memoir, Beautiful Things, detailing his struggles with addiction. Little of it appears to be based on actual research; the science is really, as the kids these days say, just a vibe. This is where Britain’s gambling companies come in: the likes of Entain and William Hill have been accepting online wagers since before the iPhone was invented.

Ancient Native American rock carvings depict deers being hunted. Both deny the allegations. Photograph: Hal Beral/Getty Images Not that the authors do much better when they engage with studies. They make alarming pronouncements based on flimsy data, such as when they say that . Two months later he was dropped by his agent. Now they want a bigger slice of the pie – or rather, all of it.

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By disregarding the facts of evolved human nature, they argue, the modern world in all its novelty has destroyed the proverbial fence, leaving us unhealthy, miserable and heading for societal collapse. We eat the wrong food.28 BST The failed London mayoral candidate Laurence Fox is to play Hunter Biden, the son of the current US president, in a new film, My Son Hunter. We prescribe too many drugs.4bn (£16. We raise and educate our children badly. “The Hunter story fascinates me so much,” Fox continued, “especially the vigour with which the mainstream media continue to try and suppress it. Heying and Weinstein provide evolutionary self-help advice to address the mismatch between stone-age brains and hi-tech society.

More respect for the evolved aspects of humanity will, apparently, cure what ails us. So on one level we are both being uncancelled: Hunter’s story and Hunter’s truth can finally be told. This 21st-century gold rush was triggered by a landmark supreme court ruling in 2018 that overturned a long-held prohibition on sports wagers. Let’s accept for the sake of argument that modern society really is terribly bad for us (although, given vast increases in life expectancy, we shouldn’t ). How do we know which parts of human nature are the ones we should take better account of? Heying and Weinstein’s answer is essentially everything. The script is the debut fiction attempt from married documentarians Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer. If it is something complex, costly (in terms of energy or materials), and has been around for a long time in evolutionary or cultural history, it’s probably an adaptation – there for a reason, and not a mere accident.8bn, compared with $2. This does readers a disservice. Hunter Biden is a lawyer and painter.

The debate over “adaptationism” in biology is long-running , and is not going to be solved by glib reasoning like this. Heying and Weinstein lunge clumsily at evolution’s Gordian knot, fail even to nick it with their blade, yet still smugly tell their audience that they have sliced it right in half. Hunter and his elder brother, Beau, survived, with severe injuries; their sister was killed. This has all been achieved before populous states such as California, New York and Texas come on stream. Still, if everything is an adaptation, there is a lot of advice to give. Some of it – offered in bullet points closing each chapter – is boilerplate (get more exercise; get more sleep); some is oddly specific (go barefoot more often); some is plain weird (don’t let markets get involved in music or comedy). Earlier this year, Hunter Biden published a memoir, Beautiful Things, detailing his struggles with addiction. Little of it appears to be based on actual research; the science is really, as the kids these days say, just a vibe. This is where Britain’s gambling companies come in: the likes of Entain and William Hill have been accepting online wagers since before the iPhone was invented.

Ancient Native American rock carvings depict deers being hunted. Both deny the allegations. Photograph: Hal Beral/Getty Images Not that the authors do much better when they engage with studies. They make alarming pronouncements based on flimsy data, such as when they say that . Two months later he was dropped by his agent. Now they want a bigger slice of the pie – or rather, all of it.