By: Charles Hughes
It's natural that Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, first published in 1859, should provoke spirited debate today. His theory describes a process that cannot be observed, though the results of the process can be. The process itself is veiled by the immense stretches of time...
By: Sheepcat
Charles Darwin wrote one of the greatest scientific texts of all time. It was called "The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection". To the educated and unrestrained the arguments for natural selection are so perfectly clear, obvious and beautiful that the supernatural mumbo...
By: Edyta Tehrani
I clearly remember the day when my uncle pulled out a book showing how monkey changed into a man...with my four year old mind I thought " it is insane."Twenty four years later, I still think it is insane. I agree that over...
Flaws in evolutionary theory
By: Rusty Jones
The biological definition of evolution refers to changes in the gene pool of a population from generation to generation by such processes as mutation, natural selection, and genetic drift. [1] As such there is not a flaw in terms of "definition" because these changes can...
By: J. Burke
When people engage each other on this subject, the tug-o-war slides both ways as the creationist tries to pull the evolutionist into the light of God (thereby doing something to save his adversary's immortal soul) while the evolutionist tries to pull the creationist into the...
By: Katie Savinger
Adapt comes from the Latin 'adaptare' - to fit, adjust. It derives from ad- (direction, tendency, or addition) and 'apt' (inclined, disposed, prone; or its archaic meaning - prepared, ready, willing.) To the extent that evolution assumes that living creatures are adjusting themselves to...
By: Charlie H.
The Evolution of HumansHere, I'll write about my personal beliefs on evolution and Creationism. You'll note the following is somewhat 'sarcastic' in that it favors Creationism and tends to 'poo-poo' evolution as an "end-all-explanation". Not that evolution does not occur...rather, it is part of...
The role of the Galapagos tortoise in the development of the theory of evolution
By: Gemma Wiseman
The Galapagos tortoise is unique to the volcanic chain of 13 large islands off the Ecuadorian coast of South America. The archipelago is separated from the mainland by the precocious Humboldt Current. Charles Darwin, naturalist and explorer of the early 19th century, was intrigued how...
By: Krystle Hernandez
The debate about the validity of the theory of evolution continues among some individuals to this day. Although most members of scientific communities will agree that evolutionary processes are unarguably evidenced throughout the recorded history of mankind; many religious scholars believe that evolution is simply...
By: Tammy L Mahan
Charles Darwin published the "Origin of Species", it's cataloged name is "The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, of the Preservation of Favored Races in the Struggle for Life", in 1859. It quickly became a best seller, 150 years later people are still...

 

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