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Darwin's Origin of Species

A Leap of Faith

Darwin’s Origin of Species┬ámakes particular the universal; it begins with the State of Nature, which is competition, and ends in a process of continual refinement towards perfection. 366 more words


Portland Darwin Day events set to celebrate the life and work of the man who gave us evolution: Charles Darwin

People around the world this week are celebrating the birth of one of the most significant figures in human history.

On Feb. 12, 1809, Charles Darwin entered the world. 879 more words

Evolving Ourselves

Evolving Ourselves: How Unnatural Selection and Nonrandom Mutation are Changing Life on Earth by Juan Enriquez, Steve Gullans

Is humanity now driving the evolutionary bus? Are we bypassing the slow, scenic route and speeding it down the expressway? 327 more words


Time Travel, part 7: Here We Go Again

“You know of such things as zippers and machine wash, and you do not even know the year?”

Vampire playboy Barnabas Collins has been out of his box for six weeks now, and to be perfectly honest with you, he has not used his time productively.

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