Balls of Fire: A Science of Life and Death
ISBN: 0976281422
EAN13: 9780976281429
Language: English
Publication Date: Feb 20, 2015
Pages: 300
Dimensions: 0.68" H x 9" L x 6" W
Weight: 1.14 lbs.
Format: Paperback

Balls of Fire: A Science of Life and Death

by
$41.08
Select Format Format: Paperback Select Conditions Condition: New

Selected

Format: Paperback

Condition: New

$41.08
Quantity
102 Available

Select Conditions
  • New $41.08 Balls of Fire: A Science of Life and Death
Book Overview

The cited study uses two fantasy baseball teams to explain human potential for postmortem evolution and genetic immortality, while examining the mind-body problem.

Balls of Fire explains several discoveries that cast a new light on human history, evolution, consciousness, and the microbial DNA in our bodies.The science reviewed in Balls of Fire builds on The Isis Thesis (2004) and 13 peer-reviewed journal articles (2005-2019). The Isis Thesis is a semiotic study of ancient Egyptian literature, artwork, ritual, and architecture, showing that ancient Egyptian deities are signs for human and microbial DNA. The ancient texts map a gene expression pathway for human evolution that has been secreted by the elite in many cultures. Balls of Fire explains how baseball originated in ancient Egypt to describe this genetic pathway. In addition, other key historical behaviors (farming, fermentation, milk production, myth, Christianity, alchemy, literature, art, capitalism, genetic engineering, machine fascination) model the same viral gene expression network over time for human evolution.

Balls of Fire: A Science of Life and Death won 1st Place in the category Body, Mind, Spirit for Reader Views Literary Awards (2015-2016). The study was also a Read More chevron_right

Frequently Asked Questions About Balls of Fire: A Science of Life and Death

Book Reviews (0)

0
  |   0  reviews
Did you read Balls of Fire: A Science of Life and Death? Please provide your feedback and rating to help other readers.
Write Review
Captcha

No customer reviews for the moment.