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REVIEW: The Poison Belt, Arthur Conan Doyle (1913)

Book review – The Poison Belt: Being An Account of Another Amazing Adventure of Professor Challenger.

Today is the anniversary of the birth of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859 – 1930). 1,911 more words


#6: 50 Shades of Darwin

Originally released 25th March 2013

Its our evolution special! Mia quizzes Rhys to see how much he knows about evolution (never a good idea) and Rhys poses to Mia a radical way of spicing up the origin of species. 10 more words


Doing the crawl?

The life aquatic has lured many animal groups back into its liquid embrace. Marine iguanas, penguins, whales and dolphins, sea-cows and manatees, seals and sea-lions all returned to the sea from land (and air!) adapted forms. 927 more words


Reviving Secular Blind Faith for the 21st Century?

Blind Faith

By Rev. R.J. Rushdoony

I was in the eighth grade when I read Charles Darwin’s Origin of Species. I read it at first receptively and then with shock. 464 more words



(Facebook comment to a post comparing “dogmatic Darwinists”  to “dogmatic Christians”.)

Rejecting natural selection, though, is like rejecting gravity. The Origin of Species didn’t create a dogma like… 256 more words

Think Pieces

16th March - On This Day In History


1954 Jimmy Nail (actor and singer)


1882 Charles Darwin (Origin of Species)

On This Day:

1829 London reorganises its police force, forming Scotland Yard… 14 more words

In Tortoise Paradise

“Nothing can be more improving to a young naturalist than
a journey to a distant country.”
–Charles Darwin

For some people, no visit to the Galapagos would be complete without seeing some of the finches which Darwin observed there.

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