The Human Story
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How does EVR1 represent The Human Story?
Each EVR1 good holds a Micro SDHC storage chip that contains The Human Story, a curated selection, representative of our understanding of reality and our species' greatest questions and accomplishments, spanning science, culture, philosophy, religion and practical know-how. This chip can be meditated upon or read/updated/customized via any Android phone, PC or Mac. Ultimately, the chip is an anchor point from which the grand narrative of your life extends.
The Human Story connects the brief life of a human to the cosmic trajectory and the human story, through these foundational subjects:
- Astronomy, physics, chemistry, biology, ecology - explains how we got here,
- Psychology, philosophy, languages, religion, classic literature, mysticism - deepens the present moment, and
- Human potential, reference materials, social sciences, how-to manuals, the Declaration of Consciousness, the UN's Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Earth Charter - enables us to create a future in line with our ideals.
Why should we connect with The Human Story?
The world is increasingly complex and chaotic and needs a unifying anthem that honors our spiritual and scientific traditions, to:
- Right the ship (social, economic and environmental justice),
- Deepen every moment we have in this brief life, and
- Guide us into a purposeful future.
We all write The Human Story, whether or not we want to or are aware of it. However we have a choice; we can choose to to stay the course and watch our world devolve into madness, violence and materialism, or take in our immensely long history together and create a chapter our children will want to read. How cool would it be to read about a harmonious biosphere, or peace on Earth, or ubiquitous Enlightenment, or meeting some cousins in the cosmos?
Contents of The Human Story
- Universal Declaration of Human Rights by The United Nations
- Declaration of Consciousness by Various
- Earth Charter by Humanity
- King James Bible
- Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu
- The Upanisads
- The Torah
- The Talmud
- The Koran
- The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
- The Dhammapada
- The Ramayana
- The Mahabarata
- Vedanta Sutras
- Wikipedia All 3.9M English articles and source links. No pictures - sorry.
- The CIA World Factbook. Detailed descriptions of each country's geography, people, government, economy, communications, transportation, military and transnational issues.
- US Army Survival Guide
- American Red Cross Wilderness First Aid Guide
- US Manual for Ship Sanitation and First Aid for Merchant Marines
- Mother's Remedies by Various
- Notes on Nursing by Florence Nightengale
- Surgical Anatomy by Joseph Maclese
- The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser by R.V. Pierce, M.D.
- Sex by Henry Stanton
- TheFirst Book of Farming by Charles L. Goodrich
- Agriculture for Beginners by Charles William Burkett
- Farmers of Forty Centuries or Permanent Agriculture in China, Korea and Japan by F. H. King
- Elements of Agricultural Chemistry by Thomas Anderson
- Dry-Farming A System For Agriculture for Countries Under Low Rainfall by John A. Widtsoe
- Disease in Plants by H. Marshall Ward
- Ginseng and Other Medicinal Plants by A.R. Harding
- Canned Fruit, Preserves, and Jellies: Household Methods of Preparation by Maria Parloa
- The English Husbandman by G.M. Bramo
- How to Live by The Life Extension Institute
- Fifty Years a Hunter and Trapper by E. N. Woodcock
- Hunting Dogs by Oliver Hartley
- Hunting with Bow and Arrow by Saxton Pope
- The Art of Angling by Anonymous
- The Hive and the Honey-Bee by L.L. Langstroth
- The Whole Art of Curing, Pickling and Smoking Meat and Fish by James Robinson
- The Book of Household Management by Isabella Beeton
- A Treatise on Domestic Economy by Catherine E. Beecher
- Hemp Hurds as Paper-making Material by Lyster H. Dewey
- The Mechanical Properties of Wood by Samuel J. Record
- Principles of Mining by Herbert C. Hoover
- Gas Engines and Producer-Gas Plants by R. E. Mathot
- Practical Metallurgy and Assaying by Arthur L. Hurns
- De Re Metallica (metallurgy) by Georgius Agricola
- Oxy-Acetylene Welding and Cutting by Harold P. Manly
- Concrete Construction Methods and Cost by Halbert P. Gillette
- Electricity for the Farm Light, Heat and Power by Inexpensive Methods From the Water Wheel or Farm Engine by Frederick Irving Anderson
- Experiments with Alternate Currents of High Potential and High Frequency by Nikola Tesla
- A Catechism of the Steam Engine by John Bourne
- The Standard Electrical Dictionary by T. O'Conor Slone
- Elements of Military Art and Science by H. Wager Halleck
- A First Book in Algebra by Wallace C. Boyden
- Elements of Plane Geometry by Hugh Blackburn, M.A.
- Flatland (Geometry) A Romance of Many Dimensions by Edwin A. Abbott
- Spherical Trigonometry by I. Todhunter
- Calculus Made Easy by Sylvanus Thompson
- Physics by Ernest Fox Nichols
- Astronomy by J. Norman Locker
- Modern Chemistry Volume I & II by William Ramsay D. Sc.
- Biology by R.J. Harvey Gibson
- Plant Physiology and Ecology by Frederic Edward Clements PhD
- Catalog of Economic Plants in the Collection of the US Department of Agriculture by William Saunders
- Flower Ecology by J.B. Hungerford
- The Biology, Physiology and Sociology of Reproduction by Winfield S. Hall M.D. Ph.D.
- The Evolution of Modern Medicine by William Osler
- Economics Volume I & II by Frank a Fetter PhD
- Economics by Edward Thomas Devine PhD
- Economics by F. W. Blackmae
- Analytical Psychology by Carl Jung
- Psychology by William James
- Psychology by John Dewey
- Sociology Applied to Practical Politics by John K. O.
- Sociology and Ethics by Edward Gary Hayes PhD
- Outlines of Sociology by Lester F. Ward
- Mysticism, Freudianism and Scientific Psychology by Knight Dunlap
- Mysticism of East and West by William Loftus Hare
- Studies in Islamic Mysticism by Reynold Alleyne Nicholson LLD
- Hinduism and Buddhism, An Historical Sketch, Volumes 1-3 by Charles Eliot
- Religions of Ancient China by Herbert Allen Giles
- History of the Incas by Pedro Sarmiento Gamboa
- Myths and Legends of China by E. T. C. Werner
- Myths of Babylonia and Assyria by Donald Alexander Mackenzie
- Native Life in South Africa by Sol Plaatje
- The Making of the Nations of South America by W.H. Koebel
- A Dictionary of English Synonyms by Richard Soule
- The Hindu and Arabic Numerals by David Eugene Smith and Lewis Charles Karpinsky
- A First Spanish Reader by Erwin W. Roessler PhD
- Alaskan Indian Dictionary by Charles A. Lee
- Classic French Course in English by William Cleaver Wilkinson
- Dictionary of Middle English by Rev. A. L. Mayhew, M.A.
- Dictionary of Chinook Jargon by George Gibbs
- French Conversation and Composition by Henry Vincent Wan, M.A.
- Ingles-Espanol-Tagalog Dictionary by Sofronio G. Calderon
- The Iliad by Homer
- The Odyssey by Homer
- Seven Against Thebes by Aeschylus
- Prometheus Bound by Aeschylus
- Agamemnon by Aeschylus
- The Oedipus Cycle by Sophocles
- Oedipus the King by Sophocles
- Oedipus at Colonus by Sophocles
- Antigone by Sophocles
- Ajax by Sophocles
- Electra by Sophocles
- The Trachiniae by Sophocles
- Philoctetes by Sophocles
- Medea by Euripides
- Hippolytus by Euripides
- Alcestis by Euripides
- Heracleidae by Euripides
- Bacchantes by Euripides
- Hecuba by Euripides
- Phoenician Women by Euripides
- Orestes by Euripides
- Iphigeneia in Tauris by Euripides
- Iphigeneia at Aulis by Euripides
- The Acharnians by Aristophanes
- The Knights by Aristophanes
- The Clouds by Aristophanes
- The Wasps by Aristophanes
- Peace by Aristophanes
- The Birds by Aristophanes
- The Frogs by Aristophanes
- Lysistrata by Aristophanes
- Thesmophoriazusae by Aristophanes
- Ecclesiazousae by Aristophanes
- Plutus by Aristophanes
- The History by Herodotus
- The History of the Peloponnesian War by Thucydides
- Symposium by Plato
- Apology by Plato
- Crito by Plato
- Phaedo Plato
- The Republic Plato
- Nicomachean Ethics by Aristotle
- Politics by Aristotle
- Fathers of Biology by Charles McRae (on Galen, Hippocrates, Aristotle)
- On the Nature of Things by Lucretius
- Selection of Discourses (Epictetus) by George Long
- Meditations by Marcus Aurelius
- The Aeneid by Virgil
- The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans Part One by Plutarch
- The Martyrs of Science, or the Lives of Galileo, Tycho Brahe, and Kepler by David Brewster
- The Confessions by Augustine of Hippo
- Summa Theologica Part 1 by Thomas Aquinas
- The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri
- The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer
- The Prince by Niccolò Machiavelli
- Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes
- Essays by Michel Eyquem de Montaigne
- The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark by William Shakespeare
- King Lear by William Shakespeare
- Macbeth by William Shakespeare
- Discourse on Floating Bodies by Galileo Galilei
- The History of Don Quixote de la Mancha by Miguel de Cervantes
- Advancement of Learning by Francis Bacon
- New Atlantis by Sir Francis Bacon
- Discourse on the Method by René Descartes
- Ethics by Benedict de Spinoza
- Paradise Lost by John Milton
- Pensées by Blaise Pascal
- Treatise on Light by Christian Huygens
- An Essay Concerning Human Understanding by John Locke
- The Principles of Human Knowledge by George Berkeley
- An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding by David Hume
- Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift
- The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling by Henry Fielding
- Confessions by Jean Jacques Rousseau
- An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith
- The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire Vol 1 & 2 by Edward Gibbon
- The Critique of Pure Reason by Immanuel Kant
- US Declaration of Independence by Various
- The Constitution of the United States of America by Various
- The Federalist Papers by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay
- Autobiography of Ben Franklin, by Ben Franklin
- Candide by Voltaire
- On Liberty by John Stuart Mill
- The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. by James Boswell
- Les Miserables by Victor Hugo
- Elements of Chemistry by Antoine Laurent Lavoisier
- Philosophy of Mind by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
- Faust by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
- Moby Dick; or, The Whale by Herman Melville
- Essays by Ralph Waldo Emerson
- Walden by Henry David Thoreau
- Civil Disobedience by Henry David Thoreau
- The Scarlett Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne
- Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman
- The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection by Charles Darwin
- Manifesto of the Communist Party by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
- War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy
- The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky
- The Varieties of Religious Experience by William James
- Pragmatism by William James
- The Interpretation of Dreams by Sigmund Freud
- Democracy in America by Alexis de Tocqueville
- Cousin Bette by Honoré de Balzac
- Emma by Jane Austen
- Middlemarch by George Eliot
- Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
- A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen
- Concept of Nature by Alfred North Whitehead
- The Problems of Philosophy by Bertrand Russell
- Relativity: The Special and the General Theory by Albert Einstein
- The Theory of the Leisure Classes by Thorstein Veblen
- Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane
- Poems by Emily Dickinson
- Turn of the Screw by Henry James
- Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad
- Ulysses by James Joyce
- The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
- Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov
- Remembrance of Things Past: Swann's Way by Marcel Proust
- Metamorphosis by Kafka
- Pygmalion by Bernard Shaw
- Gitanjali by Rabindrath Tagore
- Songs by Kabir
- A Treasury of Eskimo Tales by Clara Kern Bayliss
- Siddartha by Herman Hesse
- The Sayings of Confucius
- The Chinese Classics by James Legge
Human Potential Canon (licensed excerpts from Trans4mind)
- Bill Bryson 'A Short History of Nearly Everything'
- Bertrand Russell PhD 'Analysis of Mind' (1921)
- Daniel Goleman 'Emotional Intelligence: Issues and Common Misunderstandings' (2003)
- Douglas R. Hofstadter, Daniel C. Dennett 'The Mind's I - Fantasies and Reflections on Self and Soul'
- Robert A. F. Thurman PhD 'Meditation and Education: Buddhist India, Tibet and Modern America'
- Byron Katie: The End of Suffering
- David Richo PhD: Human Becoming: Practical Steps to Self-Respect & Compassionate Communication
- Dr. Michael F. Roizen: You - The Owner's Manual
- Ken Wilber 'The War in Iraq' (2004)
- Ken Wilber & Andrew Cohen in Dialogue 'The Resonance of Awakening' (2005)
- Dr. C. George Boeree A History of Psychology - Part I | Part II | Part III Part IV
- Dr. C. George Boeree General Psychology I | General Psychology II | Social Psychology
- Dr. C. George Boeree Personality-Theories: Adler | A. Freud | Buddhism | Ellis | Erikson | Eysenck | Frankl | Freud | Fromm | Horney | Jung | Kelly | Maslow | May | Piaget | Rank | Rogers | Skinner | Sociobiology | Ultimate Theory
- Eric Schulman 'A Briefer History of Time' (1999)
- Anne Adams 'Education: A Systemic, Integral Approach' (2006)
- Ulrich Kramer 'Transpersonal Aspects of Personality Development' (2003)
- Alfred North Whitehead 'Religion in The Making'
- Tom Arnold 'Hypnoetics - An Integral Philosophy of Mind and Matter' (2003)
- Dale Carnegie: How to Win Friends and Influence People
- Peter Kingsley 'The Spiritual Tradition at the Roots of Western Civilization'
- Dr. Tim Ong: The Book of Personal Transformation
- Joseph Bernard, Ph.D: A Simple Guide to Inner Peace
- Dr. Peter EH Smee NLP, the Key to Accelerated Learning
- James Allen: As a Man Thinketh
- Napoleon Hill Think and Grow Rich
- Dr. Michael Sharp: The Great Awakening - Concepts and Techniques for Successful Spiritual Practice
- Fred Alan Wolf PhD: Awakening Your Soul
- Neale Donald Walsch: 'The Holy Experience' - Chapter 1, Ch 2, Ch 3, Ch 4, Ch 5, Ch 6, Ch 7, Ch 8, Ch 9
- Friedrich Nietzsche 'Beyond Good And Evil'
- P. D. Ouspensky 'The Symbolism of The Tarot'
- Colin Low 'A Depth of Beginning - Notes on Kabbalah'
- Hargrave Jennings 'The Rosicrucians - Their Rites & Mysteries'
- Arthur M. Coon 'The Theosophical Seal'
- Borce T. Gjorgjievski 'Gnosticism'
- Ruben Gonzalez 'Unitary Perception' | 'My Dialogues with J. Krishnamurti'
- Kahlil Gibran 'The Prophet'
- Srikumar S. Rao PhD 'Creativity and Personal Mastery'
- Dr. P.K. Bolar 'A Complete Handbook Of Nature Cures'
- Anne Hooper 'The Kama Sutra - Classic Lovemaking Techniques Reinterpreted for Today's Lovers'
- Dr Janet Hull '75% Alkaline : 25% Acid - Diet Plan'
- Sri Swami Krishnananda 'The Yoga System'
- Sri Swami Sivananda Practical Lessons in Yoga'
- Svatmarama (transl. Brian Akers) 'Hatha Yoga Pradipika'
- Sri Swami Chidananda 'Twenty Important Spiritual Instructions'
- Dr. C. George Boeree 'An Introduction to Buddhism'
- Ven. Master Chin Kung 'The Art of Living'
- Ven. Pannyavaro 'The Art of Attention'
- Bhikku Buddhadasa 'Handbook for Mankind'
- Dr Peter D Santina 'Fundamentals of Buddhism'
- Bhikkhu Bodhi 'The Noble Eightfold Path'
- Dr Thynn Thynn 'Living Meditation, Living Insight'
- Ven. Pannyavaro 'Insight Meditation Workshop'
- Ven. Mahasi Sayadaw 'Practical Vipassana Exercises'
- Rumi 'Selected Poems'
- Rabindrath Tagore 'Sadhana The Realization of Life'
- 2008 KROQ Top 500 Song List (list, not actual songs, from radiohitlist.com)
- Thanksgiving Menus and Recipes by Various
- Children's Rhymes, Games, Songs and Stories by Robert Ford
- Games for the Playground, Home, School and Gymnasium by Jessie H. Bancroft
- Indian Games and Dances with Native Songs by Alice C. Fletcher
- Outdoor Sports and Games by Claude H. Miller, Ph.D.
- The Night Before Christmas and Other Popular Stories by Various
The Human Story Philosophy
The Human Story contains the information expressed by the EVR1 Symbol:
This symbol expresses what EVR1 stands for:
- The colons flanking the center circle represent causality and flow.
- To the left of the left colon is the PAST.
- To the right of the right colon is the FUTURE.
- In the center is a circle - the PRESENT.
As such, EVR1 connects you to this past, to a purposeful future and deepens the present. This symbol is intended to be a tactile experience, designed to be touched often, to connect you with this moment, to live deeply and mystically within it. Indeed, the present is the only thing we have. Both the past and future cannot really be said to exist, except as guides for which to conduct ourselves in the present. We each will take what previous generations have done, build upon it (or not), savor it (or not), die, and leave behind a memory and/or contribution.
The Human Story Board of Academic Advisers
Psychology - Whit Missildine PhD. Whit received his PhD in Social-Personality Psychology from the Graduate Center of the City University of the New York. As a Senior Researcher for Workplace Technologies Research, Inc., Whit’s current work focuses on behavior change in organizations, workplace cognition, and simulation-based training. During his tenure at WTRI, he has published several papers in activity theory and organization science exploring the nature of change in organizations and the impact of immersive learning and training for expert learners. Prior to WTRI, Whit published several papers in connection with his research examining the cultural and behavioral underpinnings of drug use and unsafe sex practices among HIV positive men in New York City.
Physics & Social Intelligence - Joshua Spodek PhD. Joshua received his PhD in Astrophysics and MBA from Columbia University. After helping assemble an x-ray observational satellite launched by the European Space Agency and researching supernova remnants, Joshua became an entrepreneur with several patents and start-ups doing business around the world. He works with Columbia Business School’s Program on Social Intelligence and has led leadership seminars at the New York Academy of Sciences and the business schools of NYU and Columbia. He also creates art, has taught at Parsons School of Design and NYU-Tisch School of Art, has occasional gallery showings, and installs large public art. He has been quoted and profiled in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, USA Today, Fortune, CNN, and the major broadcast networks. Esquire Magazine named him “Best and Brightest” in its annual Genius issue.
Medicine - Sonya KIM M.D. Sonya moved from her native Korea to New York at age 13. She attended Oberlin College (Biochemistry) and Oberlin Conservatory (Opera) in Ohio, SUNY Stony Brook School of Medicine in New York and trained at the MCP Hahnemann University Medical Center in Pennsylvania in Emergency Medicine where she served as a Chief Resident. She also completed her dual MBA from Columbia Business School in New York and UC Berkeley Haas School of Business in California. As a former partner with California Emergency Physicians(CEP) America, she has been working at an urgent care center in Marin since 2003. She is currently CEO of Redzu.com.
Literature, Gender & Sexuality - Jody Greene PhD. Jodi is an Associate Professor of Literature, University of California, Santa Cruz and an accomplished Vinyasa Yoga and meditation teacher.
Transhumanism, Neural Interfaces & Engineering - Ross Walker PhD. Ross is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Utah. His research interests include mixed signal integrated circuit design with an emphasis on sensor interfacing, signal processing, and biomedical applications. He works on neural interfaces and implantable electronics, quantum biomolecular chemical sensing, and other projects related to sensor systems. Ross holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Stanford and BS in Electrical Engineering and a BS in Computer Science from the University of Arizona, Tuscon.
Religion - Judith Binks. Judi was the Former Head of Religious Education at Queen Elizabeth's Community College, Crediton, U.K. She is Vice Chair of C.I.S.C.O., an organization that works to improve the conditions of migrant workers through the U.K.
The Human Story Disclaimers
We used many guideposts, internal (personal beliefs and values) and external (numerous Canon curations, e.g. Bloom's, Britannica's). You may find this to be English-centric, male-centric, Western Centric, Northern Hemispheric, and/or incomplete. There were many classics we could not find in the public domain, as well as whole continents like Asia, Africa and South America that are woefully underrepresented. Further, there is little here that speaks of the culture or spiritual lives of other living organisms, or the depths of the ocean. Given the size of marine mammalian brains (up to 25 lbs), length of maturity (up to 12 years), size of social network (1000's of creatures around the world), lifespan (up to 300 years), depth of dives (almost 7,000 feet) and ability to communicate (10 miles), it would be hubris to think that humans have the market cornered on consciousness, spirituality or culture.
Further there is nothing here on interstellar existence and communication (for which there is much anecdotal evidence), or mankind's other non-textual treasures (painting, music, sculpture, carving, dance, architecture, lovemaking, spiritual states, etc.). Most importantly, current social, political and economic issues (poverty, genocide, racism, homophobia, sexism, ethnocentricism, carbon/extraction/exponential/expansionary economics vs the closed system of Earth, species/language/culture extinction, corporatism, fiscal child abuse, etc.) are not captured here. Although much has been written recently in English on these EVR1 blind spots, they are not in the public domain, and thus are not yet included.
We opted for breadth over quality and user experience. What this means is that we'd rather have old, poorly formatted or incomplete information on something we think is important, that we can legally use, than have nothing at all. Wherever possible we aimed for the most recent texts, [for public domain, many are in the 1900-1923 range] though a few of our texts are really old (Olde English) and may be difficult to read. As long as there is breath in the lungs of man, The Human Story will never be complete as we pledge to continually refine, expand and improve this collection. Further, we want you to do the same, whether in partnership with EVR1, or on your own. For owner's of EVR1 products, a password-protected Wisdom Locker will be launched containing the full texts of The Human Story, available for download, as well as with other features to be developed later.
Use Your Head
Especially with regard to health, emergency and medical information and advice contained in The Human Story, use your head and consult a physician. Check the publishing date, and know that most of what is contained here is over 100 years old. Much has happened in medicine since then, e.g. CPR, the whole field of psychology and numerous acute, disease and general medicine discoveries. By reading/buying/using The Human Story, you assume full responsibility for your actions based upon what you read in The Human Story. While having access to the The Human Story is probably better than having no medical resource at all, it does not even constitute a distant second to having a trained medical professional on hand. To that end, we recommend that in an emergency, you immediately alert emergency response professionals in your area. Secondly we recommend all people become CPR and first aid certified. Lastly, if you must use the The Human Story in an emergency, first consult the current US Army Survival Guide for medical information (contained here in The Human Story), as it contains the most current emergency consultation. EVR1 is not a licensed medical practitioner and does not give medical advice. The Human Story, company and Academic Advisers are in no way liable for injury, death, medical malpractice or neglect that result from use of The Human Story.
As this is intended to be humanity's corpus, we cannot own it, thus The Human Story table of contents is here for free, for all to use, however they wish. With the exception of the content we have licensed, you may go to the same public domain online sources (mostly Wikipedia, Project Gutenberg and Internet Archive) and download the texts of The Human Story yourself. Of course, this collection is itself a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 licensed work, so if you decide to make your own human story based on this, please credit EVR1. We enjoy continuing "The Great Conversation", as articulated by Mortimer Adler and the Britannica Great Books in 1952, and punctuated by institutions like the U.S. Library Congress and the Library of Alexandria. Please join us in advancing the science of knowledge begun by the Sumerians in 2,600 B.C.
Areas of Improvement
We are interested improving our selection of public domain texts, and copyrighted classics (post-1923), especially Pulitzer and Nobel Prize winners (e.g. Toni Morrison's "Beloved") and recent non-fiction epics like "Guns, Germs and Steel", "Future of the Body" and "Sex, Ecology and Spirituality". Please send us any other ideas for texts that you believe deserve inclusion in this corpus. If you are a content rights owner and would like to grant EVR1 a free, universal (literally), life-time (of the universe) rights license, we are especially interested in speaking with you. Conversely, if you are a rights owner of a work we lifted from a public domain site and in error included in The Human Story, please let us know and we will remove it immediately. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It Will Be Ever More Awesome
As fellow stewards of existence and UX junkies we are eager to create something valuable, beautiful and inspiring. Thus, the version of these works we install in our products, and will soon make available on-line, will eventually contain improved formatting, presentation, metadata and functionality, as it is the goal of EVR1 to deliver you the best possible product and experience, the best hardware/software/UX, so you may enjoy a seamless learning and discovery experience throughout humanity's greatest works.