From Evolution to Cancer: The Oral History of Our 7-year Journey

The book Evolution 2.0 devotes two pages to the subject of cancer and it wasn’t until two years after the book was published that this fact received any attention: It is not possible to understand cancer without an accurate understanding of evolution and vice versa. This has now expanded to five very exciting research projects. This interview traces the history of all of them.

Podcast link:

From Evolution to Cancer: The Oral History of Our 7-year Journey

Download The First 3 Chapters of Evolution 2.0 For Free, Here –

Where Did Life And The Genetic Code Come From? Can The Answer Build Superior AI? The #1 Mystery In Science Now Has A $10 Million Prize. Learn More About It, Here –

5 Responses

  1. You should be receiving a confirmation.

    • We have a formal process that all submissions go through, please be patient as we run yours through the steps.

      • Leith,

        5/25 was only five days ago.

        If you have not spent enough time editing and writing your submission such that you are submitting new versions 1-2 days later, then it is you who is in error.

        Anyone who has ever submitted a paper to an academic journal will know this. They also know that you normally do not get a prompt response, review or conversation. Let alone a “ignore the last one, look at this one instead.”

        I do not want my team to have to start reading a new submission 2 days after they started reading the first one.

        From this point forward you need to patiently wait for a reply. Please do not resubmit.

        Over and out.

  2. Paul Beauchemin says:

    Wow – its been 7 years since the book was published! Seems like yesterday.
    The three areas of cancer research you covered – giant cells, cortisol, stress and bioelectric fields seem likely to be connected. Are the three parties cross-fertilizing? Need some “clumping”

Leave a Reply

You must use your real first and last name. Anonymity is not allowed.
Your email address will not be published.
Required fields are marked *