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The cell was the single most important breakthrough for life, short of DNA itself.
Some species learned to form great, co-ordinated, and immensely complex colonies called multicellular organisms.
The vast, interconnected and incredibly complex networks in which species live, fight, and reproduce.
The Homo genus
After billions of years of evolution, one genus learned to create tools to extend its impact on the world.
The long eras of the homo sapiens species, prior to its civilisations.
The story of settled societies. Who the major ones were, what they were like, and what happened to them.
All human beings retain their tribal heritage, which has a number of unexpected effects on our lives.
The typical characteristics and outcomes of civilisations throughout history.
Myths and Religions
Myths and religions of different forms may be the primary means by which we understand the world.
The world’s most influential and interesting cultures. Includes pictures and stories.
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths
The revolutionary scientific method, its philosophy, and the communities that practice it.
The Modern World
The hugely complex, interconnected modern world. Discusses the major countries, industries, political theories, and problems.
The current era is arguably defined by strong, corporate interests. What could, or should follow?
Upcoming technology, the future of our civilisation, and the fate of the universe.