final piece of the evolution puzzle
intro to teem theory
papers on teem theory
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reaction: your approach
makes very good sense because the ability of Homo sapiens to adapt to
widely different environments (obviously a key feature of the species)
will be greatly enhanced through the ability to shape somewhat the
triggers of emotional responses in the manner you describe."
Professor Roger D. Masters.
President, Foundation for Neuroscience & Society
think TEEM theory is all very
and can rely on standard genetic techniques."
of Biological Sciences.
of Illinois at Chicago
think you make splendid
arguments regarding the
necessity for a system of inheritance other than Darwinism."
Mary MacGibbon, ACU,
you are right, nearly
everything I know
about genetics and development is wrong."
G. A. Parker, Population and
Evolutionary Biology Research Group,
will certainly look
forward to seeing the
publication of your book, not least because of some recently developed
interests of my own on the evolution (and inevitability) of sensory
"I taught Darwin and
biology for more years
than I care to remember. I am retired now but still like to keep up
new. I read your book extract with great interest, thanks for putting
it online. It's a real achievement, up there with the best science I've
that two evolutionary mechanisms administrate evolution is so very
simple but equally very profound. It brought to mind Thomas Huxley’s
remark when he was reading Charles Darwin’s
book, The Origin of Species, “How incredibly
stupid not to have
thought of that myself.”
of your ideas parallel those of researchers who believe that
are very large portions of the genome dedicated to producing
[regulatory] DNAs. Unfortunately, the evidence for this
yet to arrive, although a small number of microRNA genes is known."
Cook University, Australia
believe that his propositions for the
function of “junk DNA” are very plausible. He has
supported his propositions and conclusions by
a wealth of
scientific published evidence.. the publication of the theory
itself would be a
very worthwhile addition to our understanding of this area of human and
Tord Kjellstrom. ANU, Australia
theory is very novel and interesting."
Kirk Winemiller, Texas
"As I read your website, it provides an
explanation for thoughts that have puzzled me for decades.
The possibility of an "emotional genetic inheritance" explains
how information is passed down generations whereas natural selection
would take too long a time to adapt."
Alan Wolliner, New
predation created modern humans
has been a long time since I read
a book about human evolution that I enjoyed so much."
John Shea, Stony Brook
University, New York
it takes an outsider to cut through the routines of interpretation in
the most intractable problems in science. That is what
Vendramini's approach offers the reader in his daring claims about the
interactions between humans and their most famous evolutionary
relatives, the Neanderthals."
Iain Davidson, Emeritus
Professor of Archaeology, University of New England. Visiting Professor
of Australian Studies, Harvard University, Massachusetts
Watch Danny Vendramini's Neanderthal doco on YouTube
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describes a radical new scientific theory - that in addition to
natural selection (the evolutionary
process discovered by Charles Darwin and Alfred Wallace) a
second evolutionary process also exists that regulates the evolution of
and emotions in
this second evolutionary process, which I
call teemosis emerged about
543 million years ago to provide the
first animals with inheritable behaviours (like instincts and innate
behaviours) it also
has an indirect influence on physical evolution.
arguably the most revolutionary new biological theory since Darwin,
the second evolution hypothesis is based on the simple premise that
everything in nature evolves, including evolution
Read a non-technical introduction to teem
papers on teem theory
Here you can read a selection of
scientific papers on teem theory, including my 2005 paper
in the British journal, Medical
DNA and the teem
inheritance, emotions and innate behaviour. Medical
Hypotheses. v64, 3, pp512-519.
hypotheses in a number of fields, including evolutionary biology,
palaeontology, psychology and genetics, so five
were required to fully
the theory and document the supporting evidence.
Each paper examines a different aspect of teem theory.
Danny Vendramini will be speaking at the 2012 Auckland Writers' Festival
9th - 12th May 2012
'the second evolution' ebook
Posted online July 6th, 2011
on teem theory: The Second
is due out in 2012. It's written for a general audience.
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scientists say about teem theory
of science tells us that
scientific theories are usually met with initial resistance from the
scientific community. This is especially so when the proponent of
that theory comes from outside the field or is an autodidact (self
taught) like me.
It doesn't help if the theory challenges what academics have been
espousing and teaching all their lives. Normally it takes the next
generation of scientists to evaluate the theory objectively.
In the case of teem theory, the response so far from scientists has
been what I'd call, "cautiously favourable." I think this is mainly
because it's widely believed
in the biological community that gaps do remain in
the NeoDarwinian paradigm, especially as it relates to the evolution
of complex, environment-specifics behaviours.
In any case, you can read short sound bites or else
complete correspondence. Some of it's a bit technical.
to post your own comments.
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this mean darwin was wrong?
undoubtedly occurs by natural selection and Darwin's theory explains
incremental gradual evolution (what we call microevolution)
perfectly well. The problem is that it's less adept at explaining the
big ticket items - what we call macroevolution (morphological
complexity, biodiversity, speciation
etc.) and unable to adequately explain
theory doesn't refute Darwinism, it simply adds a new
complementary strand to Darwin's
filling in a few blanks
a number of long-standing
biological, palaeontological and genetic problems, teem theory can
Dramatic new proof for teem theory
"The best proof for a new scientific theory is to make predictions and for those predictions to be scientifically verified."
December 13, 2010
scientists create a new teem in the laboratory
A reader recently sent me a link to a paper in an American journal with the subject line, "Here's your proof."
The journal was The American Naturalist (March
2010 issue) and it featured a remarkable paper by Professor Jonathan Storm of the University of South
Carolina Upstate and Professor Steven Lima of Indiana State
University. They reported that crickets traumatized by predatory wolf spiders passed their newly acquired fears to their offspring.
researchers blunted the fangs of wolf spiders with wax then put them in
an enclosure with pregnant crickets. The spiders hunted and attacked
the crickets but could not kill them. When the traumatized crickets
their offspring were 113% more likely to try to evade wolf spiders than
control crickets that had not been exposed. As a result they had higher
The researchers said that 'forewarned'
crickets were also more likely to freeze when they encountered
spider silk or feces, which also helped them avoid detection.
Professors Storm and Lima reported, “Transfer
of information from mother to offspring about predation risk, in
the absence of any parental care, may be more common than one might
The researchers said they could not explain how the intergenerational transfer of environmental information
occurred, but my from perspective, this is undoubtedly a simple
anti-predator teem created by the teemosis evolutionary process.
my knowledge, this is the first teem to be created in the
laboratory. It provides the strongest evidence yet for the existence of
the teemosis process. It additionally demonstrates how
teems are adaptive. The offspring had learned to escape and evade a
predator they had never actually seen. Very exciting.
A scientific theory is like a key. If
it's correct, it can unlock all sorts of other doors. Last year, I used
teem theory to examine the mystery of human evolution - how, why, when
and where we became human.
By analysing innate behaviours and instincts in modern humans (what we
affectionately call 'human nature') and analysing the teems that
them, I came to the conclusion that our Palaeolithic ancestors had been
hunted, cannibalized and raped by Eurasian Neanderthals in the Middle
East for over 50,000 years.
My publisher asked me to write a popular science book about it, which I
did. It's called 'Them and Us; how
Neanderthal predation created modern humans' and it's available
as a paperback and Ebook.
Visit the publisher's website
debt is undoubtedly to Charles Darwin, there are lots of other
people I need to personally thank for offering to read material,
providing invaluable feedback, giving sound advice and generally
helping to test and validate the theory.
Scott, Tord Kjellstrom, Simon Conway-Morris,
Jaak Panksepp, Professor Noam Chomsky, Anita
Heiss, Larry Young, Elizabeth Weiss, Simon
Chapman, Coral Wynter, Daniel Blumstein, Stanley
Stalthe, Bruce Charlton, Richard Fortey, Tony McMichael,
John Tyson, Andrew Bell, David Skibinski, Mary MacGibbon, Merlin
Shapiro, Werner Meyer,
David Featherstone, Kirk Winemiller, Fran Bonier,
Robin Allott, Georg Striedter, Dayal
Purohit, Wiliam Novak, Roger Masters,
Pierre Capy, Jessica Wollard, Ross
Crozier, Carl Schlichting, Bella Vendramini, Josie
Vendramini, Tom Markham, Emily Walker, Fiona Yih Ling Chan, Robert
Mousseau, Geoff Parker and Peter Richerson.
2005-2011: Danny Vendramini