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  • noun Plural form of Darwinian.

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  • It plays a bit like Cannon Fodder which I used to like, but your troops are completely disposable and mostly you are doing missions to assist an A.I. race called Darwinians, fighting to survive from a virus which has infected their world.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • It plays a bit like Cannon Fodder which I used to like, but your troops are completely disposable and mostly you are doing missions to assist an A.I. race called Darwinians, fighting to survive from a virus which has infected their world.

    Darwinia (PC game)

  • One weighty argument for the Darwinians is the general plan upon which animals are constructed.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18, No. 108, October, 1866

  • You control a bunch of flat digital creatures called Darwinians, whose survival is threatened by an evil virus bent of destroying their world.

    SPOnG.com

  • Players attempt to band together the digital denizens known as Darwinians and eradicate all traces of the infection in order to preserve their silicon-bound species.

    GameSpot's News, Screenshots, Movies, Reviews, Previews, Downloads, and Features

  • You control a bunch of flat digital creatures called Darwinians, whose survival is threatened by an evil virus bent of destroying their world.

    SPOnG.com

  • Players attempt to band together the digital denizens known as Darwinians and eradicate all traces of the infection in order to preserve their silicon-bound species.

    GameSpot's News, Screenshots, Movies, Reviews, Previews, Downloads, and Features

  • Players attempt to band together the digital denizens known as Darwinians and eradicate all traces of the infection in order to preserve their silicon-bound species.

    GameSpot's News, Screenshots, Movies, Reviews, Previews, Downloads, and Features

  • What is psychologically fascinating about the mindset of the Darwinians is their inability to recognise just how much they do not know.

    BrothersJudd Blog

  • Since the early seventies there has been growing awareness among the "Darwinians" that plenty of selection takes place at lower levels (parasitic "selfish" elements spreading at the expense of the individual host, cluttering genomes with junk) and higher levels (group selection or even species/clade level selection).

    Comparing Teleological Predictions with their Non-teleological Counterparts

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