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In the fascinating new audiobook from the best-selling author of Humanology, Luke O'Neill explores some of the big human questions and tells us what science has to say about topics such as gender, addiction and euthanasia.

  • Why do you think men and women are different?  
  • Why can’t you stop doing things that are bad for you? 
  • Why shouldn’t all drugs be legal? 
  • Why are you wrecking the planet? 
  • Why do you think you have control over your life? 
  • Why shouldn’t you let people die if they want to? 

With his trademark easy wit and clever pop-culture references, Luke is a serious scientist with an amazing knack of making science accessible. If you are curious about us, this bizarre animal called the human being, this is a book for you.

©2020 Luke O'Neill (P)2020 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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One of the most interesting books ever

Prof O’Neills way with words and his down to earth dialogue make this an entertaining book about such a diverse range of subjects that make it interesting to everybody. He has obviously extensively researched the facts and studies of some of the most interesting topics of modern life and presented them in a highly entertaining and informative method. I could listen to this over and over. In fact I’m going to download the kindle version now so that I can hope to gain more recollection of the facts for those high stool debates. Very well narrated also however I would have preferred if the professor did the narration himself.