A new book from Random House is set to be published this year that will be the first to tell the story of a world that was built by humans.
In the new book, The World of the World: How Humans Created Our Universe, a team of scientists will present a detailed look at how humans are creating the most extraordinary and amazing world on Earth.
The book will be published in May and is the result of a collaborative effort between scientists and anthropologists.
The world’s oceans are littered with fossilized remains of life, and the planet’s ecosystems have been altered by the presence of humanity.
The team of experts who will write the book are: Dr. Jennifer St. Clair, a scientist at Harvard University and one of the authors of the book; Dr. Matthew Yoder, a researcher at the University of Wisconsin, Madison; and Dr. Chris Horvath, an associate professor of biology at the College of William and Mary.
The authors hope the book will inspire readers to consider the implications of their actions in creating a world they are responsible for creating.
The science behind the book has been researched and is based on data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the National Center for Atmospheric Research, the Geological Survey of New Zealand and the Geological Society of America.
The scientists have worked with the United Nations and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) to build a scientific model that shows how the changes humans are causing will lead to the loss of more than 50% of Earth’s biodiversity.
The loss of species would include species of fish, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates, as well as marine mammals and fish.
“There are a lot of great scientists out there who are studying what’s happening,” St. Claire said.
“But for us, it was a lot more fun to do it all by ourselves.
It really took us by surprise how much we were able to learn.
We had to work together.”
In the book, the team will provide a number of cases and examples of the changes we are making to our planet.
In one case, the scientists show how the amount of CO2 released into the atmosphere has increased by 20 times in the last 50 years.
Another example, the authors show how some species of sharks are now found only in areas where the water is more acidic.
“We see a number in places where there are more CO2,” St, Clair said.
The oceans also are undergoing major changes, with a large proportion of marine life in the Arctic now being at risk of extinction.
“The ocean is becoming more acidic, more nutrient-rich and more acidic,” St Clair said, which means more bacteria are making it more difficult for these species to survive.
“This is happening on a massive scale, and it’s really happening in the oceans.”
While many scientists have been trying to understand how humans created our planet, the book offers a new look at what that meant for the future.
“In the end, the idea of human-created climate change is a really important one,” St Claire said, adding that the book is about looking beyond the facts and examining the science.
“What we’ve learned from our study of the oceans is that there’s so much more to the ocean than what we see in our daily lives.”
St. Clay said the team’s research will help us better understand how the oceans and the human activity they sustain are changing and what we can do to help.
“If we look beyond the science, and we understand what it means to be a human, then we can change how we live,” she said.