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  • Some contemporary biologists, who take Charles Darwin as their true prophet, refer to this notion as “the Lamarckian heresy”—blaming it on that earlier and somewhat confused evolutionist Jean Baptiste Lamarck.

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  • The gathering was held on July 1, 1908, at the Institute of Civil Engineers, Great George Street, to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the joint communication made by Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace to the Linnean Society, “On the Tendency of Species to form Varieties; and on the Perpetuation of Varieties and Species by Natural Means of Selection.”

    Alfred Russel Wallace Letters and Reminiscences

  • Ironically, this Paul Bettany God-power horror flick opened on the same weekend as his poorly-received Charles Darwin biopic,

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  • I sit among them, in a camo cap, meditating on young Charles Darwin and his throwing arm and ecological naïveté among Amblyrhynchus cristatus.

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  • They all say or imply that lies were told, that connivings were committed, and that Charles Darwin was the willing beneficiary of those lies and connivings.

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  • Yet today the man who would seriously attempt in an educated assembly to throw obloquy upon the doctrine of Evolution and the name of Charles Darwin would find himself speedily listed with Brudder Jasper of Richmond, Virginia.

    Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great

  • THE Charles Darwin Research Station is located today near the south coast of Santa Cruz island, in the Galapagos, just up a dirt road from the settlement at Academy Bay.

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  • Charles Darwin himself was an island biogeographer before he was a Darwinist.

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  • Scientists back in England grew so concerned over what they were hearing that an illustrious group, including Charles Darwin and Joseph Hooker, signed a letter to the governor of Mauritius asking that Aldabra be protected.

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  • George C. Williams is one of the most respected of American evolutionary biologists his quiet wisdom and craggy features recall one of the most respected of American presidents – who happens to have been born on the same day as Charles Darwin and was also renowned for quiet wisdom.



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