Recent Books

Random Homeostasis – On the Nature of Contingent Reality
By Michael Charles Tobias, PhD (Author) Jane Gray Morrison (Author) – Ecologist, Filmmaker

From Nova Sciences Publishers, New York
For Your Reading Interest:

“Utterly fascinating. Scientifically provocative. Urgently necessary. Read this book.”
– William Shatner, Actor, Writer, Producer

"Tobias and Morrison have done it again! In an important sequel to their previous books, they introduce the concept of Compound Expressive Potential, which combines aspects of human history, biosemiotics, and quantum physics to propose a radically novel solution to how we view evolution, predation, and stability in ecosystems. This may well be the most important book that Tobias and Morrison have written to date, challenging our understanding of how Nature works and how humans can seamlessly fit into this world without destroying it."
- Dr. Con Slobodchikoff, Author of Chasing Doctor Dolittle: Learning the Language of Animals (St. Martin’s Press, 2012); Professor Emeritus of Biology, Northern Arizona University, CEO of Zoolingua, CEO of Animal Communications Ltd., Director, Animal Language Institute; Lead author, Prairie Dogs: Communication and Community in an Animal Society (Harvard University Press, 2009)

This book is the first comprehensive exploration of theoretical biology in the context of hybrid, real-time evolution within an ethical and philosophical context. The book focuses upon global biodiversity conservation from the perspectives of mathematical and phenomenological areas of critical significance to the crisis of endangered species and habitat; and the well-being – as well as potential extinction – of humankind. The book discusses new, landmark theories of ecological imagination, survival ethics, and an altogether original discourse on the nature of Nature.