(The Mosuito A Human History of Our Deadliest Predator) [E–pub] ´ Timothy C. Winegard

The Mosuito A Human History of Our Deadliest Predator

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More like a long book about military history with malaria thrown in An important thing to keep in mind before Weight Watcher Guru Dinner In 15, 20 or 30 Minutes Points Plus Recipes (Weight Watcher Guru Series) reading furtherThis book is not a biologyparasitologyvirologyepidemiology book This is a history book it says so on the front cover written by a history professor it says so on the back cover The author uses the mosuito to shed light on historical events and how the mosuito with the diseases it transmits may have influenced them and therefore history The book starts outecounting historical events that encompass the world and then zooms in on the American continent for several chapters then WWII So if you Mardi Gras Mambo re not a history person and youe looking for something biology oriented walk away this book is not for you and picking it up then giving it a low Original Love rating would not be fair because it is a well writtenich history book It says so ON THE COVER If you like history especially if you What the Dead Leave Behind (A Gilded Age Mystery re interested to learn how America wasecreated after Columbus stumbled upon it this is definitely for you First impressionI have only The Suffragette Scandal (Brothers Sinister read the introduction so far I am desperately hoping that theest of this book will be as good as the introduction But after only The Dry Grass of August reading the introduction I decided to give it a five star which is not something I have done before and which is not something I think is fair to anyone wanting to buy the book and looking at thisating as a Mister X (Frank Quinn, rating of the entire book aeason I might consider Touch of a Scoundrel revisiting thisating only if the uality of the books drops down dramatically nevertheless I am doing this This introduction is absolutely captivating from the very start We are at war with the mosuito is Wind River Rancher (Wind River Valley, reminiscent of iconic opening phrases that some books become famous for like Albert Camus s Mother died today Then the author starts hitting us with astonishing information and statistics We don t have time toecover before he hits us with Karl Marx s powerful uote men make their own history but they do not make it as they please Please He uses phrases that sound like poetry to my ears Our Murder Most Finicky relatively short human journey from our first steps in and out of Africa to our global historical trails is theesult of a coevolutionary marriage between society and nature our immune systems are finely tuned to our local environments Our curiosity greed invention arrogance and blatant aggression thrust germs into the global whirlwind of historical events The writing style leaves me wanting the author to speak to me I can go on for hours talking about how much I like this introduction I went in with a highlighter I have not used yet because I did not want to highlight the entire introduction I can t wait to turn the other pages of this bookUpdate after five chaptersFive chapters in I wish I could give this book 6 stars I am happy to say so far it has certainly lived up to my expectations This book is a gem it s one of the best impulsive book buying decisions I have made and it s going to my must Dragon Actually read list of books The Mosuito is a compilation of sorts It not only tells the history of mosuitoes and the damage they have done throughout the centuries but also how we got to where society and culture is based on this annoying little bug The book includes pictures of different types of mosuitoes what sort of attributes to look for etcI found this book fascinating There were so many things I didn tealize that history was shaped by one of which being a blood sucking bug The Mosuito is informative astounding and at times even a little frighteningBut mostly this book opened my eyes to things I never would have conceived of And honestly that s the best type of book My dad s birthday was two months ago and it looks like this will have to be a late birthday present It s just the sort of book he loves And me too55 Stars I was intrigued a 486 page book on the mosuito What could possibly be written about this menace that could take up so many pages Well I found out This is about the mosuito but from a military and political viewpoint battles and Generals I did not expect to be taken back to 400 BC and the Peloponnesian War where the mosuitos feasted on the Athenians leaving Sparta untouched To the death of Alexander and even the Magna Carta Mosuito sided s Interesting but meandersI enjoyed this book As Timothy Winegard mentions this is of a history book than a science book however what little science there is is clearly explained Winegard shows a good sense of humor in his writing but otherwise I found his writing slighted stilted and lacking the conversational tone I like in science writing I also found that the book took long irrelevant detours through history so there were pages I just glossed over For the The Complete Jim Meddick's Robotman Monty, Volume 1: The Prehistoric Robotman reader looking for specific information on mosuito transmitted diseases Iecommend Molly Caldwell Crosby s The American Plague The Untold Story of Yellow Fever the Epidemic That Shaped Our History and Sonia Shah s The Fever How Malaria Has Ruled Humankind for 500000 Years However if the Final Sacrifice (Magic: The Gathering: Greensleeves, reader is interested in the broad sweep of history then The Mosuito is a fine bookDisclosure Ieceived a complimentary copy of this book via Netgalley for The Fall of Magic review purposes Audiobook Beforeeading this book I would often think of the mosuito as the spawn of Satan with its annoyance its The Perfect Marriage relentless biting and all that mosuito bites lead to as far as disease Aftereading this book I no longer think of the mosuito as the spawn of Satanthat bug IS
SATAN I AM SERIOUSLY WONDERING IF 
I am seriously wondering if didn t mis Translate The Bible That Is the Bible that is not the serpent that lead to man s downfall but the mosuito It is said that man does not have any natural predators except man yet the most dangerous animal to our species is the mosuito with the flea also in the discussion Last year the mosuito killed people than other people did and by a wide margin In this interpretation of history the mosuito has had a significant impact on the course of human events Due to the diseases they carry malaria and Yellow fever they have saved or Measure What Matters ruined empires beaten military commanders and driven human migration and economic evolution In particular in central Africa humans that lived in that part of the world had their genetic make up evolve to that they could counter the bites of mosuitoes Sickle cell anemia helped protect them from the mosuitoes but unfortunately in addition to the debilitating effects of the condition it made them prime candidates for slaves to work the plantations and farms in the New World whereas other groups mainly Europeans could not adapt to deal with mosuito born pathogens In short you take many of the evils and ills in humanity and you could blame it on the mosuito and at least according to this book you would have a solid case Theeader does a good job with the material but the writing is not dry presenting facts and stories in an engaging manner So take the time to Skitter read thisand then load up on the OFF afterwards This was an extremely disappointing book What I d hoped would be aevelatory work on epidemiology and anthropology was uickly discovered A pioneering and groundbreaking work of narrative nonfiction that offers a dramatic new perspective on the history of humankind showing how through millennia the mosuito has been the single most powerful force in determining humanity's fateWhy was gin and tonic the cocktail of choice for British colonists in India and Africa What does Starbucks have to thank for its global domination What has protected the lives of popes for millennia Why did Scotland surrender its sovereignty to England What was George Washington's secret weapon during the American RevolutionThe answer to all these uestions and many is the mosuitoAcross ou. O be a florid WesternAmerican centric military history with some cultural and social trappings thrown in for good measure A promising opening few chapters drew me in but by the time I hit chapter 3 or so the whole story started to feel like a grind Almost every chapter focused on some military campaign or other almost to the exclusion of other considerations Where you might have expected to learn how South Asian cultures grew and evolved alongside mosuitoes and their tropical diseases or what ancient China did about malaria beyond the author s small mention of some traditional Chinese medical treatments you instead get a march through Western military history from the Peloponnesian War to WWII Often campaigns are The Saving Work recounted in some detail for the paragraph to end with And the soldiers were being eaten by mosuitoes all the whileThe few bright spots in the book were alsoiven with obnoxious anthromorphizations of the mosuito as General Anopheles Cute the first time it uickly grated on me Further many of the elaborate metaphors felt misleading if not wrong The parched mosuito feasted on the virgin blood of Mongol warriors in Eastern Europe for example Why parched Had mosuitoes not been feasting on Hungarians and Poles and were they abnormally malnourished Why virgin blood Had the Mongols not encountered malaria up to that point Were these fresh young troops Rewired Workbook: A Manual for Addiction Recovery recruited from the north Caucasus or Kazakhstan where malaria was scarce No explanation for this type of word choice exists Instead it feels like the author wrote this book with a thesaurus close at hand thumbing through it for substitutes and alliterative synonyms that distracted from the message or gave false impressions while contagion is a loose synonym for disease it doesn t describe malaria which is not contagiousAnother frustration is the Euro American focus of the book Famously European conuest of Africa was perennially thwarted by tropical disease I wrongly assumed that the chapter on Expansion and Imperialism following the entire chapter devoted to the US Civil War would involve the scramble for Africa and how Europe was finally able to conuer the continent Nope Instead the Spanish American War and the occupations of the Philippines and Hawaii took up most of the chapter The Panama canal gets a deserved mention but Africa and South East Asia onlyeceived a few paragraphs nodUnfortunately the book The Day I Owned the Sky reads like a wikipedia pageeplete with tangential anecdotes about pop culture and bizarre time jumps Pay close attention to which World War is being discussed sentence to sentence as the author tries to organize his thoughts This book could have used a few edits and a major expansion of its focus if it Thrill of the Chase (Dangerous Love, really wants to be A Human History of the mosuito When the author admits in the intro that he is an historian not an entomologist or epidemiologist take heed Even then he seems like a superficial historian at bestIf youe famished for a book about the impact of mosuitoes on human history I suggest you look elsewhere 25 Stars The mosuito has killed people than any other cause of death in human history Statistical extrapolation situates mosuito inflicted deaths approaching half of all humans that have ever lived OK so let s get something clear from the off this is not a book about the mosuito It is a book of detailed and often exhausting historical and military events throughout history with the mosuito s part in it shoe horned in It'snot retrospectively Without doubt there is plenty of fascinating and in depth historical detail in here but there is also a lot of superfluous information which has very little to do with the subject matterSo let s start off with the good stuff the case of former NFL player Ryan Clark and Sickle cell anaemia waseally well told We learn that this was a evolutionary counter offensive against Falciparum malaria The cell became sickle or crescent shaped Normal healthy ed blood cells are cast from donut or oval template The malaria parasite cannot latch on to the strange shaped sickle cell People like Clark are blessed with 90% immunity from Falciparum but prior to modern medicine the life span of to modern medicine the life span of with it was around 23 years old Today there are 50 60 million carriers worldwide with 80% still living in sub Saharan AfricaWe learn about Duffy negative which closes the portal denying the parasite entrance to the ed blood cell Around 97% of West and
CENTRAL AFRICANS CARRY THE MUTATION MAKING 
Africans carry the mutation making impervious to vivax and knowlesi infections The Pygymy are 100% Duffy negative Whilst this was the first of the four genetic human malaria esponses it was the last to be scientifically unmasked Though the downsides are carriers have a higher disposition to asthma pneumonia and various cancers Apparently increases susceptibility to HIV infection by 40%Apparently Blood type O get bitten twice as often as those with type A type B falling somewhere in between Certain chemicals also attract them particularly lactic acid Pregnant women suffer twice as many bites as they exhale around 20% carbon dioxide The mosuito can smell it from 200 feet away Bright colours alcohol and applied fragrances are also all known attractors Stinky feet attract them though a stinky body Please Dont Tell Anyone repels them During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries nearly half of all Europeans who ventured into Caribbean waters were killed by mosuito borne disease This book is close to an outstandingead until we get to the chapter 3 on page 57 and it is like we have suddenly fallen into a completely different book about ancient Greek history and its wars yes this does contain mentions of malaria but it doesn t and shouldn t call for the exhaustive history lesson we get But he isn t finished there We then get a lengthy history of Rome American Civil War British and Spanish colonialism and many wars I obviously got the point he was trying to make and yes there was some worthwhile information and facts in there but Jesus he didn t have to give us a September 11 Wall Street Sonnets and Other New York City Poems (Collection Transtextual) repeated drawn out history lesson to do so It should have been editedight down I can t believe how uickly it killed the momentum and structure of the bookSo this starts off being a book about the mosuito but it soon becomes a book on history with mosuito as an afterthought This got so tedious and long winded at times I felt like I was trapped in one of the many mosuito Still Strapped ridden swamps he keeps harping on about every excessive word detail and war we got dragged through in often tedious irrelevant detail was like another malariaidden mosuito I had to bat away This Nobody's poodle reads like he has went back to his historical thesis andetroactively inserted as much as he could about malaria and mosuitoes into it tweaked it a bit and then said there we go history of the mosuito This Starts Incredibly Well And starts incredibly well and strongly but the bulk of matter in between was The Caller rambling patchy and tedious This could have and should been better edited it has its fascinating moments and he clearly knows his history but it is a little cheeky to be calling it The Mosuito R planet since the dawn of humankind this nefarious pestoughly the size and weight of a grape seed has been at the frontlines of history as the grim Who Calls Me Beautiful? reaper the harvester of human populations and the ultimate agent of historical change As the mosuito transformed the landscapes of civilization humans were unwittinglyeuired to Dagger (The D.U.S.T. Ops respond to its piercing impact and universal projection of powerThe mosuito has determined the fates of empires and nationsazed and crippled economies and decided the outcome of pivotal wars killing nearly half of humanity along the way She only females bite has dispatched an estimated 52 billion Western and North American oriented world history for a popular audience using mosuito borne disease as the ComeShift Box Set: Shifter Romance Series root cause for historical eventsMy dead tree copy of the book was a weighty 496 pages It had a 2019 US copyrightTimothy C Winegard is a Canadian PhD historian and author of non fiction He has written four 4 academic history books This is the first book of the author s that I haveeadI have a morbid fascination for mosuito borne diseases It s part of my general long term interest in epidemiology I have Kennel Pup: Processing read several books on mosuitoes and their diseases in the past I also fancy myself an amateur historian That s why I thought this book may be of interest to me Up front in the book the author declares himself to be a historian and not a scientist He then dispensed with an in depth biological study of his mosuito main character The narrative was mainly in a historical context However he could get very detailed in areas of science when it supported his narrativeThe general thesis of this book is that mosuitoes and mosuito borne disease have greatly affected human history up to the post modern era They have even affected human genetics through an evolutionaryesponse to their diseasesThe book starts with a brief discussion of the mosuito and the several pathogens they can harbour It then moves into a long world history beginning in the pre Stone Age The author uses a popular approach in the narrative mixing Pop culture and academic A Journey of Reflections references to illustrate points Almost all truly significant events that changed human civilization are attributed to the effect of mosuito borne diseases The narrative becomes detailed in the Christian Era CE AKA AD It becomes almost exclusively a western and Anglo American history as it approaches today Before the modern era humanity was the prey of the mosuito In the modern era through technology the effect of mosuitoes on history has been marginalized The final sections of the book describes future mosuito bourne threats and trends in their mediation Frankly this book was a disappointment to me The author dismissed an in depth introductory discussion of mosuito entomology microbiology mosuito borne disease pathology including parasitology and epidemiology for a chronological historical narrative Malaria and the Anopheles mosuito were the best covered However there was no serious discussion of the mosuito genus differences between the main human predators of Anopheles Aedes and Culex These are the mosuitoesesponsible for the historical killing diseases of malaria four 4 different types Yellow Fever and Dengue and arbovirus infections like Zika The Fellowship of the Saints respectively Of particular interest to me is Mosuito habitat It was only sketchily discussed The main discussion involves mosuito habitat growth due to agricultural and urban development of wateresources and human population movement into newly inhabited areas Only at the very end does the author mention geography and mosuito habitat That was in the context of the future threat of Global Warming in the final chapter Global Warming is extending mosuito habitat above its historical 2000m altitude ceiling That is there were historically fewer mosuitoes in high altitude cities like Denver 1500m than sea level or slightly higher elevation cities in the same climate zones Only Game Over (A Fem's Playground recently have mosuitoes appeared in Flagstaff AZ 2100m The historical mosuito bashing narrative was veryepetitious By the fifth example I got it Mosuito borne diseases have been Weaponized for millennia The affect has been both intentional and unintentional The same Skylark DuQuesne (Skylark repetition appeared with the mention of each of the several ways human activity has increased disease bearing mosuito habitat to our detriment The author could easily have spared hiseaders many pages by using a single deep dive illustrative example of the points made in a single epresentative historical context In addition the author s insistence that almost every significant event in western history had mosuitoes involved stretched his credibilityThe historical survey was also lopsided It was mainly a western history Toward the end it became almost exclusively an Anglo North American history The Canadian author included many Canadian mosuito predation examples All world civilizations have experienced mosuito borne diseases For example The Canadian author included many Canadian mosuito predation examples All world civilizations have experienced mosuito borne diseases For example of the mosuitoes affects during the ancient and medieval eras were almost exclusively Mediterranean and European Very little was written about their effect on the Chinese South Asian Indian and Persian population centers At one time or another THEY HAD LARGER POPULATIONS THEN EUROPE AND THE MEDITERRANEAN had larger populations then Europe and the Mediterranean mosuitoes I don t ecall any discussion on the effect of mosuito borne diseases on Japan before the modern era The author also had a peculiar uirk for making points When a particular point or person s contribution to mosuito history was to be made he would introduce it Then he would carry it forward discussing its effect for several years decades or even centuries from the point of introduction When done he would Walking the Bridgeless Canyon: On Reparative Therapy, Mixed Orientation Marriages, The History of the LGBT Christian Movement, LGBT Christian Youth, and Christian Advocacy for Inclusion return to his starting point in historyesuming the historical narrative For example the tropical disease expert Walter Reed was introduced after the American Civil War in the narrative Reed s career and accomplishments were discussed all the way through to his death before WWI Then the author snaps back the narrative to just shortly before American Spanish American War when Reed was introduced The historical narrative esumed from there I found this moving forward and then back in time only to go forward again very confusingThe narrative was written as a Popular History And Not history and not strictly academic one Yet the author couldn t purge himself of his academic background The author s prose was workman like He tried to spice up the narrative with many pop culture eferences and clever turns of a phrase In places I found it too flowery and folksy I much preferred it when he was wearing his PhD hat and not a backwards cap I uickly began to find the two styles cohabitating the narrative to be annoying Firstly Pop culture will uickly date the book Secondly he was Mort vivant repetitious with his little darlings For example I began to cringe overepeated uses of General Anopheles and General Aedes in the many A re-appraisal of Patanjali's Yoga-sutras in the light of the Buddha's teaching references to weaponization of malaria and Yellow Fever in wartime Finally there was a truly odd mishmash of academiceferences fiction and media References to Hollywood movies and serious published academic works of epidemiology eally shouldn t share a page For example the discussion associating the Walt Disney movie Pocahontas 1995 with early American colonial malarial epidemics was weird I suspect the author was shooting for a t Interesting political and military history but sadly light on natural history and science Gratuitously breezy writing an annoying overabundance of contemporary cultural eferences and an unmitigated tendency to attribute volition to insects and microbes alike all detract from what is clearly a deeply Curvy Yoga: Love Yourself Your Body a Little More Each Day researched narrativ. Eople from a total of 108 billion throughout ourelatively brief existence As the greatest purveyor of extermination we have ever known she has played a greater Screenwalks role in shaping our human story than any other living thing with which we share our global villageImagine for a moment a world without deadly mosuitoes or any mosuitoes for that matter Our history and the world we know or think we know would be completely unrecognizableDriven by surprising insights and fast paced storytelling The Mosuito is the extraordinary untold story of the mosuito'seign through human history and her indelible impact on our modern world order. ,


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