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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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The Meanest Scientist I Ever Knew

Whether I am reading a book on the history of bees or looking at a particular map of the United States, traces of Charles Darwin continue to swell into conversation.  207 more words


Darwin's Origin of Species

A Leap of Faith

Darwin’s Origin of Species makes 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