the final piece of the evolution puzzle
by danny vendramini
The author, Cappadocia, Turkey. May 2010
I am an independent scholar (a member of the Independent Scholars Association of Australia) and my main interests lie in theoretical biology. My work identifying the rudiments of the teemosis process has occupied me for a number of years.
I'm interested in learning more about this second evolutionary process, understanding why it evolved, how it creates instincts and innate behaviour in animals, how it functions vis-a-vis the DNA molecule, and especially how it influences the evolution of complex physical forms. My efforts to integrate teem theories of biology, genetics, anthropology, palaeontology and psychology are ongoing.
I have used teem theory to write a book on human evolution, published in 2009 by Kardoorair Press, Australia.
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I'm Australian born of Italian parents and live in Sydney, Australia. I'm married to the novelist and essayist, Dr. Rosie Scott. Her latest novel Faith Singer was included in an international list of ‘50 Essential Reads by living Writers’ compiled by the Guardian, Orange Prize Committee and the Hay Literary Festival.
We have two daughters, Bella Vendramini, (actor, inveterate traveler and author of two best-selling memoirs, Bitting the Big Apple and Naked in Public); and Josie Vendramini, an actor, script writer and producer. Check out 'Invitation', a short film Josie co-wrote, produced and starred in, (which I directed) on YouTube. It won the Fuji Award at the Sydney Mardi-Gras Film Festival.
Apart from the life sciences, my other passions are filmmaking (check out my recent doco on YouTube, Neanderthal, Profile of a super-predator), movies, sculpture, Shakespeare, anthropology, architecture, politics, backpacking and travel photography.
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