250,000,000 years. That is where the stories in this book begin.
The stories are about our ancient ancestors. The stories relate to the unthinkably long evolutionary trek through millions of years. And stories about what is happening to our present civilization.
Evo, the fictional entity, was there.
Evo, the book, has information and stories based on archaeological finds and imagination.
This book is about your heritage. And your destiny.
Modern-day humans (you, your family, your friends) did not evolve from apes. But you and apes both have the same remote mother.
Evo stories spring from archaeological findings. The stories begin way back in time. They end on the day you open the book to read it.
The Evo entity will tell you stories about the early days as our ancestors evolved. They evolved through a horrendously huge amount of time. You are here because of their luck, correct decisions, and persistence.
So, yes, this book is about your heritage.
And, yes, as you'll find out, it is about your destiny.
Evo was there. Evo is here, now — looking over your shoulder to see what decision you will make after reading this book.
Pick up the book and read about:
The first laugh.
What happened when they discovered flint.
How do the actions of ants remind a child of the hit-or-miss changes of evolution?
Read. Find out. Discover lots more.
In essence, evolution is change. It has no intelligence and no consciousness — it is not an entity. Evolution is mindless.
Environmental changes, or changes in survival requirements, precipitate "devolution". Aspects of biological entities atrophy when no longer needed or used.
Evo talks about that.
Stories about your ancient biological history are in this book. The stories begin before your ancient ancestral family split.
And, the book alludes to your future.
You see, there is another family split in progress. It is well along. People are aligning themselves with one side of the split or the other.
Evo describes a way to make it more likely that you and your descendents will, in fact, end up with the side you prefer.
Let the book be a treat for you — for your understanding and for your entertainment.