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Buy Erectus Walks Amongst Us: The Evolution of Modern Humans: Read 39 Books Reviews – Erectus Walks Amongst Us has 29 ratings and 6 reviews. Eric said: I’m loathe to stick the racist label onto anyone, since it is used so cheaply these d. Erectus Walks Amongst Us has 29 ratings and 6 reviews. FreshWholeMilk said: Fuerle’s hypothesis as to the origin of the various races is very.

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Unfortunately it’s more in the vein of apologetics than science, with cherry-picking galore and straw man attacks against anyone who might disagree with the central, and boringly bigoted, hypothesis. In the first section he seemed a bit bigoted but fairly reasonable.

It is nearly impossible to arrive at the truth by listening to only one side of the story, and you are about to hear another side. Davillus Hynzerelli rated it it was amazing Dec 18, To ercetus other readers questions about Erectus Walks Amongst Usplease sign up.

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Dennis Mustafa rated it it was amazing Jan 08, Fuerle’s hypothesis as to the origin of the various races is very much outmoded and was rather kooky for it’s time as well. What is the standard and who gets to choose?

Several hundred years from now a future generation is likely to consider our values to be as ignorant and barbaric as we consider those of our predecessors. Jul 29, FreshWholeMilk rated it liked it.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Aug 09, E. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Goodreads helps you keep track of dalks you want to read. By the last section I wouldn’t have been at all surprised if he’d bluntly amonst to gas them. This review is for a book of opinions, and since I disagree with most of those opinions… Fuerle is quite proudly wearing his pointy white hat and good on him, I do appreciate the openness of his bigotry. To encourage the dissemination of this book, it is being published without royalties and may be copied, with attribution, without liability to the author.


Only a few hundred years ago our ancestors found nothing objectionable about owning and selling other people, and some millenniums prior to that the main course at dinner might be a member of a neighboring tribe.

It’s clear Fuerle feels very strongly eredtus the survival and purity of the superior white race but what he fails to see is that evolution is constant change, there can be no stasis, and that the Caucasians will eventually go extinct and it maongst really matter if it’s sooner or later.

Donald Forster marked it as to-read Oct 24, Paperbackpages. David marked it as to-read Dec 24, No self-respecting author would let their opinions shine through that strongly, not if they were trying for a scientific approach. Tiffany rated it really liked it Mar 27, Govind Parmar rated it did not like it Dec 27, No trivia or quizzes yet.

Olivia Blackmoore rated it ks was amazing Oct 26, Trivia About Erectus Walks Amo Want to Read saving….

By section IV he has totally abandoned all science and it’s basically a long rant about how it’s unfair that other people are starting to get equal rights to his, including people with brown skin and no penises, and coming up with rather imaginative theories to support his crisis. A very interesting point and possibly the most important question regarding the book is what are humans for.


I have tried to be as accurate as possible, though I would be amazed if there were no mistakes, as so much ground is covered and speculation was required to fill in gaps in the evidence.

Erectus Walks Amongst Us by Richard D. Fuerle (3 star ratings)

Apparently she should have been home tending xmongst her children and not protesting. In the footnotes he clarifies that this is something that happened approximately four million years ago.

Now, in my waning years, I can see no contribution I could make to the next generation more important than to challenge what I believe to be at least some of these erroneous beliefs. Sevag Barkhudaryan marked it as to-read Apr 25, The author speaks of Caucasians as a successful Cro-Magnon x Neandertal hybrid but eretcus them as an end product, banning any further interbreeding.

Jeff rated it liked it Jul 25, Thanks for telling us about the problem. However, my reading buddy felt like there was something missing there and suggested I go with a whale analogy.

I hope to make it available on the internet without charge, as I have done with my other books.