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Natural History: Wallace and Darwin...

The following video presents a brief history on the work and eventual discoveries by naturalists Alfred Russel Wallace and Charles Darwin which led to the eventual theory of natural selection…

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Academic

The Origin of Species is the Academic/Educational book I’ve chosen to look at. This is another Collins Classic book, this one using a fossil to represent the contents of the book. 171 more words

Book Analysis

The Origin of Qualia

When we compare the qualias of the same variety or sub-variety of our cultivated tastes and sensations, one of the first points which strikes us is that they generally differ more from each other than do the individual qualias of any one species or variety in a state of nature. 75 more words

History of the Theory of Evolution

By Eilene Lyon

This is the follow-up article to Science and Belief.

Darwin’s Observations on the Natural World

Charles Darwin formulated his hypothesis of evolution by natural selection based on observations he made during his trip around the world on the… 860 more words

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The Golden Bough and Darling in the Franxx

From its first episode, Darling in the Franxx uses flower language and plant genetics to frame the entire series. It’s not subtle about any of these trappings, which continue to appear in each passing episode week after week not only in commonly-used titles (like pistil, stamen, etc.) but also in flowers found in the on-site greenhouses, in various rooms, and… 1,103 more words

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Mapping where Australia collides with Asia

This map from the University of California, San Diego, shows both height above sea level and depth below sea level. The height above sea level is a direct measurement from NASA altimetry data. 669 more words

The first batch of book reviews, interviews, etc., about Strange Survivors

Oh boy, Am I loving this writing adventure! Thanks to the good people of BenBella Books my new book, Strange Survivors is out! I feel truly blessed and excited, and I am enjoying this! 403 more words

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