- Jan 12, 2013
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Usually I’d say start with the earliest one and go through them. My first of his books was Kook, about him learning to surf in his 50s. The River was really good as well. I’m currently reading Whale Warriors, about a trip with the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society to stop a whaling expedition off Antartcica.What's the best one to start with.
Have to took the documentary up sound interesting.16. The Whale Warriors: The Battle At The Bottom Of The World To Save The Planets Largest Mammals, by Peter Heller
A journalist embeds on The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society’s ship Farley Mowatt as they head into the Southern Ocean just off Antarctica to attempt to stop a Japanese whaler from killing whales in violation of international treaties.
This is a fascinating look at what goes on behind the scenes in such actions. It was also a fitting companion to the Netflix documentary Seaspiracy, which I watched the other night.
I remember a philosophy lecture in second year at university speaking about the reasons we stood up was it increased our visual acuity and it was cooler as it allowed air to better circulate around the body on the savannah.18. First Steps: How Walking Upright Made Us Human, by Jeremy DeSilva
A look at how and why we walk the way we do and how that helped shape behavior of modern humans.
There are quite a few hypotheses about why we became bipedal and that’s one of the more prominent ones.I remember a philosophy lecture in second year at university speaking about the reasons we stood up was it increased our visual acuity and it was cooler as it allowed air to better circulate around the body on the savannah.