The Case for the Cosmic Cosmos

The Case of the Sexual Cosmos

Why Everything You Know About Nature is Wrong

by

Howard Bloom

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The Case of the Sexual Cosmos: Why Everything You Know About Nature is Wrong is a book about why two of science’s most cherished assumptions are wrong.  and what sex has to do with it.  not to mention, what sex tells us about the universe.  and about your role in it.

It’s the story of greening a planet of disaster and strife.

It’s a tale of transformation. It’s the tale of the uplift of a toxic planet, a poison pill of stone. It’s the saga of how the first teaspoon of life and its children overcame 142 mass extinctions. It’s the story of the savagery of non-stop climate change. But it’s the story of more than a mere struggle for survival.

It’s the story of how life harnessed disaster. It’s the story of how life poisoned the atmosphere. Then how life invented a way to turn that poison into a power source: oxygen. It’s the story of how life wrenched, wounded, and ate its environment of stone to create something radically unnatural-nature.

And it’s the story of a battle for flamboyance, excess and splendor. It’s the story of a race for invention. A battle for self-upgrade. It’s the story of audacity. It’s the tale of how disrespectful macromolecules milked manna from Armageddon on this toxic ball of stone.

It’s the tale of how an upstart macromolecular team upped the GAL, the gross amount of life, the gross amount of living matter, on this planet. Not to mention the GAS. The gross amount of spirit. The gross amount of sentience. The gross amount of soul.


“The Case of the Sexual Cosmos is a triumph. I particularly enjoyed the way Bloom’s writing mirrored the content: full of surprises, unexpected connections, complexifying outcomes. I look forward to reading it again. And again!” – James Burke, creator of seven BBC-TV series including the classic Connections




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