It's great that you appreciate this work!
I'm been thinking lately about publishing two books instead of one.
This first book would consist of the 25 first chapters of which 22 already have been published in this thread. It would include this first four parts.
The title would be something like: "Comet, Virus and Evolutionary Leaps"
As it is, the first book would be approximately 300 pages.
The second book would consist of the last 20 or so chapters. It would include the last three parts.
The title might something like "Virus and Proteins, Antennas to the Information Field"
What do you all think?
Well, your 1st book is 350+ pages and your 2nd book is 284 pages. By the sounds of it, if you were to wait and publish in one volume, it might be around 600-700 pages, with a timeline of est. another 8-12 months? The way things are, you could get the info out to the general public quicker in two volumes. I'd say, if the 'one' is almost ready to go and you feel it's 'solid', in the words of Ben Bradlee from the movie 'All the President's Men': "Print that, baby."