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  • Barnacle samples and Darwin’s letter describing them.
    Darwin’s barnacle letter found after 160 years
    A letter describing the characteristics of 77 different species of barnacles penned by Charles Darwin has been rediscovered. The barnacles that Darwin described have also been recovered. Hanne Strager, Head of Exhibitions at the Natural History...
  • “Grandmother Fish” Darwinian evolution for tots
    “Grandmother Fish” Darwinian evolution for tots
    Jonathan Tweet has authored a new up and coming Darwinian evolution book for tots the description of which is:Grandmother Fish is a child’s first book of evolution. The book engages a young child’s imagination with sounds and motions...
  • From Darwin to Hitler
    Did Adolf Hitler hate Darwinism?
    “We are the joyous Hitler youth,We do not need any Christian virtueOur leader is our saviorThe Pope and Rabbi shall be goneWe want to be pagans once again”—song sung by Hitler youthA fellow Examiner posted an article titled Adolf...
  • Can Charles Darwin be Trusted?
    Op-Ed: Can Charles Darwin be Trusted?
    Historical people, like the rest of us, sometimes contradict themselves and often change their minds over time. It is generally fair to conclude what scientists say in their older age represents their true lifetime professional opinion, rather...
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    Hypermodern Darwinism
    On the Origin of Species was the first published book to propose natural selection as an explanation for evolution and the already established "mutability of species". It was written by naturalist Charles Darwin and published in 1859,...
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    New beetle species discovery celebrates Darwin’s birthday
    A new beetle species originally discovered by Charles Darwin in Bahia Blanca, Argentina in 1832 during his H. M. S. Beagle expedition has been rediscovered by Dr. Stylianos Chatzimanolis, an entomologist at the University of Tennessee at...
  • Darwin Day
    Darwin Day resolution introduced in 113th Congress
    On Wednesday, January 29, Congressman Rush Holt (D-NJ) introduced H.Res. 467 to the 113th Congress. The purpose of the resolution is, “Expressing support for designation of February 12, 2014, as Darwin Day and recognizing the importance of...
  • Cockroach in ear: Stubborn inch-long cockroach pulled from man's ear
    Cockroach in ear: Stubborn inch-long cockroach pulled from man's ear
    The “cockroach in ear” news story has many readers touching their ears and wondering, how can a cockroach be pulled from a man’s ear, especially an almost one-inch-long cockroach that proved to be angry and quite stubborn....
  • Evolution rejected by Republicans
    Rejection of evolution grows amongst Republicans, study finds
    A plurality of Republicans ascribe to the creationism theory – belief that living beings have existed in their present forms since the beginning of time – according to a new Pew Research Center study, released on December 30.The number...
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    Scientists solve Darwin’s ‘abominable mystery’
    In another blow to those who deny evolution, a team of scientists has decoded the DNA of the Amborella, the closest living descendant of the Earth’s first flowering plants.According to the study:“Amborella trichopoda, an understory...
  • Charles Darwin doubted his book 'Origin of Species'
    Charles Darwin's book 'Origin of Species'
    Charles Darwin (1809-1882) who wrote the book titled, 'The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life' published in 1859, had doubts about his own theory.Darwin said...
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    Creationist Lose to Darwin Again in Texas
    Yesterday, after prolonged debate, the Texas State Board of Education finally approved a highly regarded biology textbook for use in Texas schools, despite the fact that the book supports evolution.The textbook, “Biology,” written by...
  • Mayor Jones
    It's not evolution over charter schools, it's an epiphany
    According to the Richmond Times-Dispatch on Friday, Mayor Dwight C. Jones has been evolving, or at least his opinion on charter schools has been evolving.Rather than call up images of Darwin and the survival of the fittest, we are led to believe...
  • Ikea monkey in custody battle can't go home
    Ikea monkey in custody battle can't go home
    Ikea monkey custody battle results are in. Darwin, the monkey in question, will not be returned to his owner according to a decision in an Ontario, Canada court. The Toronto Sun reported on Sept. 13, 2013, that he would not be returned to owner...
  • Crocodile attack: Sean Cole’s body found floating near 16-foot crocodile
    Crocodile attack update: Sean Cole’s body found floating near 16-foot crocodile
    Crocodile attack update: Sean Cole’s body has been found. “The body floated and also a body of a crocodile floated, which we believe was responsible," said Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife ranger Tom Nichols. Sean Cole&rsquo...