At 73 % in your book you tell how mice can pass on to their "grandchildren" (!) the aversion to a certain acquired smell, as told in Nature neuroscience magazine.
So, that did not take millions of years through evolution.
Then it is mentioned, that after world war 2 more boys were born than girls. Just what humanity needed at that time. I have here on Hancock sometimes mentioned that too in our discussions about evolution. Like you, I believe in evolution, but there is something else going on as well.
I reckon Nature is intelligent, where ever that is situated! And that intelligence is instant! I love to also mention about that flat fish experiment on TV, where this fish was put on a chequered linoleum on the sea bottom (not exactly a thing you find there normally) and right in front of our eyes the fish turned chequered to disguise itself. Not quite a match with the lino, but close. Again, no millions of years for flat fish to turn chequered.
Could the mice and the fish have been thinking what to do? Hardly, so something else must have done the thinking, or planning, if thinking is not the word to use. I can't see it being chance.
As for the many boys born after the world war, if you believe in reincarnation, the unborn souls could have planned it. But reincarnation is not very popular here on Hancock. I do have some wonderful and amazing books on it and am very inclined to believe it, but for me there is no proof, for others there seems to be.
That makes it necessary that we are souls first of all, and that opens a whole new box of things to discuss.
I will stop here and go back to 73%!