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Looking back to Chiloe, where Darwin roamed

Charles Darwin visited Chiloé Island in 1834 and 1835 on his now-famous voyage around the world in the Beagle. I don't think he liked the...

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Darwin's theories often misrepresented

For 130 years people have insisted on putting words into Charles Darwin's mouth. The truth is, he never, ever, ever said ``Man is descended from the apes,'' or ``Man is descended from the...

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Opinion
Darwin was an "evocreationist"

...word for word, beginning to end. In reference to Charles Darwin's beliefs: Darwin states in the last chapter his...the created first "few forms." By his own words Charles Darwin was an evocreationist. Recognizing a creator is not...

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Opinion
Minority atheists dictate textbooks

...believe in a combination of God and evolution (evo-creationalists). This, incidentally, is the category in which Charles Darwin falls. Twelve percent believe in evolution (National Geographic, November 2004). Certainly publishers of high...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/081705/let_20050817011.shtml
Opinion
Natural selection not the whole story

...world to select those individuals most fit to carry on the population. Discoveries in genetics since the time of Charles Darwin show that natural selection doesn't add information to the gene pool; it narrows the gene pool by process of elimination...

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Opinion
This Day in History

...Hubert Humphrey stopped in Anchorage for 45 minutes en route to the Far East. In the nation In 1831, naturalist Charles Darwin set out on a voyage to the Pacific aboard the H.M.S. Beagle. (Darwin's discoveries during the trip helped...

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In the beginning

...course, quite some time after the publication of Charles Darwin's books, On the Origin of Species in 1858 and On...evolution, which, centuries later were discovered by Charles Darwin, and now are taught in most schools everywhere...

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In the Stacks

...writings on the blood-sucking mistletoe he encounters seem to be the inspiration for Alfred Russell Wallace and Charles Darwin's theories on evolution. And, in the end, he has a secret... "Testimony of an Irish Slave Girl," by Kate...

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Books
This Day in History

...three days, nearly 200 homes were lost and the fires caused at least four deaths. In the world In 1831, naturalist Charles Darwin set out on a round-the-world voyage aboard the HMS Beagle. (Darwin's discoveries during the almost five-year-long...

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This Day in History

...W. Bush's appeal against the hand recounting of ballots in Florida. In the world In 1859, British naturalist Charles Darwin published "On the Origin of Species," which explained his theory of evolution. In 1944, during World War II...

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