Real-World Probability Books: Evolution
Climbing Mount Improbable.
Like Dawkins other books [e.g. The Selfish Gene] this is a wonderful popular exposition of evolutionary biology.
Something every educated person should read, albeit not so strongly
relevant to our "predictions of mathematical probability" theme.
Sean B. Carrolli.
A Series of Fortunate Events: Chance and the Making of the Planet, Life, and You.
Princeton University Press, 2020.
See my amazon.com review.
Kauffman, Stuart A.
The Origins of Order: Self-Organization and Selection in
Oxford University Press, 1993.
Author is - and sounds like - the model for the fictional mathematician
in Jurassic Park.
Ambitious sprawling work studies abstracted math models of different
levels of evolution: DNA, proteins, genetic regulatory networks, ecosystems.
The math models are interesting as math challenges, but their relevance to
real biology is arguable.
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