Ever since we first invented the written language and decided to try and document our experiences and pass down knowledge, there has also been the risk of losing certain books. Paper does burn, which is a tragic statement given the context.
Of course, we will never know about all the great books that have been lost during the ages, but we do have some clues as to what some of them contained.
Here are five lost books that could have changed the world.
One hundred thousand years ago, at least six different species of humans inhabited Earth. Yet today there is only one—homo sapiens. What happened to the others? And what may happen to us?
First of all, I’d say that this book should be read by the open minded, by those who can accept certain views and theories about us that not everyone can stomach. From sexuality to economics to religion and almost everything in between, Sapiens is the kind of book that challenges your beliefs about what it means to be human.
It is a refreshing read. It is quite interesting. And it is well worth a try.
Of course, like I previously said, there are parts in this book that you’ll wish wouldn’t be true. That the society we built for ourselves is far from perfect, far from ideal, and that we are still to understand who we were and how we ended up being who we are now.
A portrait of Queen Elizabeth II was vandalized with spray paint Thursday at Westminster Abbey by a 41 year old man, who was a member of Fathers 4 Justice, a protest group that campaigns on behalf of fathers denied access to their children.
The man wrote “Help” on the 9-foot by 11-foot portrait of the British monarch.