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Natalie Korman wakes up with one doozy of a hangover in a concrete box with bars instead of doors. She staggers across the room and wakes up her friend Tina from a semi-coma. They must have passed out in Bancroft Park and wound up in the holding cells. But Tina has been arrested enough times to knew these aren't the police holding cells. Something is seriously wrong, and when three mysterious strangers enter the room leading their other two friends, the horrible shocking truth becomes all too clear: they've been abducted by aliens.
The scholar Thomas Jefferson, author of the United States Declaration of Independence, found it "self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness"--but this remarkable book presents scientific evidence of such an endowment. In it, Michael T Takac argues that our unalienable Rights stem from the physical Laws of Nature through the Constructal Law. This law explains how everything that moves--whether animate or inanimate--naturally evolve in ways that facilitate such movement. Movement for all "Life" includes "Liberty" that facilitates "the pursuit," of positive feedback ("Happiness").
Written in an easy style, Takac takes the discourse out of the ivory tower for all to understand. He demonstrates these Rights represent a dynamic fine-tuning bio-program that led to the machinery of natural selection, the emergence of philosophy, the evolution of science, the maturity of morality, a closure of the gap between man-made laws and the Laws of Nature, and the basis to economics. By understanding our Rights as belonging to nature and building social institutions that embrace those Rights, humanity may travel toward a better way of life on the "road to utopia."
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