biological strange attractors
On leaving Upton Park tube station pause, breathe in deeply, and say to yourself, I really made it. Thank you London Transport. Turn towards West Ham Football ground, and at the junction turn right. (After having admired the larger than life size 1966 World Cup winners statue in solid bronze, featuring Bobby Moore and the others, walk for 50 good sized paces toward the bookshop sign.)
Claim a free Geogenographic Research Centre postcard as your right. (Tell Vivian I let you.)
Then buy the book and pat the shop's cat on the head.
If you have bought a four zone travel card, make a day of it, travel on to East Ham. It's High St boasts a wide selection of fine unpretentious retail experiences, from RD Beautyman's the bakers to your right (Wedding cakes made to your specification) to the Who International Shop straight ahead. All sizes of Dalek are available.
When you have read the book you will understand that genetic mutation just isn't enough to explain the complex development of the average organism, from prokaryotes (bacteria et al) up to hominids. The regulatory architecture of the genome is so complex it could involve Chaos theory. Bring out your own biological strange attractor by encountering The Bride and Her Bachelors' Hot Air. Do it today. Poke a stick in the eye of determinism and laugh at eugenics. Ridicule relativists and tease social constructionists. Kick sand in the face of social Darwinists. You too can have a bank balance like mine.