"It is not the strongesr species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the most adaptable to change." -Charles Darwin [996Γ—573]
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Charles Darwin's Whalebone walking stick, English, 1839, (1135x1536)
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I read the Origin of the Species by Charles Darwin and I don't like the magic system

I mean it is super slow. Millions of years for the magic to work. Come on, this is boring.

I favour creationism. Bam, god said, and there was the stuff. Much more action, much more fun.

Wanted to tell this myself to the author, but I couldn't find his Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. Probably some old weirdo living in the woods without Internet and writing boring books.

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Charles Darwin's notebooks reported stolen from Cambridge University theguardian.com/education…
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TIL The ashes of Stephen Hawking were buried between the graves of Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin, in a section of Westminster Abbey known as the "Scientists Corner." As a final tribute, during the burial, the European Space Agency beamed recordings of Hawking's voice to the nearest black hole. nbcnews.com/news/obituari…
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YSK that Charles Darwin suffered from debilitating mental illness, sometimes causing him to spend up to a third of his waking hours in bed. Yet he still published one of the most important scientific works of all time.

For much of Charles Darwin's adult life, his health was affected by a number of symptoms, including palpitations, vomiting and attacks of melancholy which confined him to his bed. Although a definitive diagnosis was not made in Darwin's lifetime, it is now widely accepted that there was a significant psychological component to his symptoms, with some sources citing anxiety, some depression.

Why YSK: As someone who has struggled with anxiety, I find Darwin's story to be a comfort. His condition greatly affected him, but it did not define him, it is not what he is known for. If you find yourself struggling with your mental health, particularly if you can't bring yourself to get out of bed, it may help you to know that you are not alone in history: some of the greatest men and women to have ever lived struggled in similar ways, it is very possible that Darwin felt just as you do, and look at what he achieved!

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_of_Charles_Darwin

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[ABC NEWS] 'I just want to make a difference': University course launched at Charles Darwin University to increase number of Indigenous lawyers in NT abc.net.au/news/2021-01-1…
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[Image] It's not the strongest species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the most responsive to change. - Charles Darwin
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How did countries like Qin Dynasty China or the Ottoman Empire react to Charles Darwin’s Origin Of The Species?

πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ I meant to say *Qing.

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β€œSurvival of the fittest” - Charles Darwin
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Brisbane Fun Fact: A zoo existed in the Brisbane City Botanic Gardens until 1958 housed a giant Galapagos Islands tortoise called Harriet, reportedly captured by Charles Darwin in the 1830s. Harriet lived out the rest of her days at Australia Zoo, where she died in 2006 at the estimated age of 176.
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Charles Darwin's Whalebone walking stick, 1839
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Charles Darwin Looking at how you don't get selected
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TIL that male flowers of the Catasetum genus of orchid have a mechanism in which their pollen sacks are explosively launched toward the direction of a potential pollinator when their seta are stimulated. Charles Darwin was reportedly ridiculed by naturalist T. H. Huxley for this observation. youtu.be/fw9hEjQEH78?t=37
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FFRF unveils new pro-science Chicago billboard: The artwork features a striking image of Charles Darwin wearing FFRF’s β€œIn Science I Trust” face mask next to the message: β€œIn Science We Trust. Please Stay Safe.” ffrf.org/news/news-releas…
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A tortoise called Charles Darwin officially opened a science laboratory at the University of Lincoln in 2015 (xpost from r/funny)
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don't you agree charles darwin???
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Pssssst, Brian Rose, it's Charles Darwin, not James Darwin... FFS. He might want to get the names of famous London residents correct if he wants to be mayor. v.redd.it/cwb6gg5m5he61
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Pssst, Brian Rose, it's Charles Darwin, not James Darwin... FFS. He might want to get the names of famous London residents correct if he wants to be mayor. v.redd.it/uuzoewn06he61
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TIL that in 1862 someone sent Charles Darwin a flower from Madagascar that had an extremely deep crevasse were the nectar was located. He predicted that there was a moth with an extraordinarily long tongue to reach the nectar. X. morganii was discovered nearly 150 years later feeding on the flower. theguardian.com/science/l…
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/r/uk Weekly Freetalk - COVID-19, Petty Patel, Joblosses, Charles Darwin

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Do you believe in Charles Darwins theory of evolution?

Explain your answer

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"It's ok if you choose not to vaccinate" - Charles Darwin
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TIL that spiders use earth’s electric field to fly vast distances in a process called β€œballooning”. Charles Darwin first theorized that spiders use electric force to fly in 1832 when he observed the HMS Beagle was covered in webs while at sea. fortune.com/2018/07/06/sp…
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Abraham Lincoln and Charles Darwin were born on the exact same day in 1809.

Abraham Lincoln and Charles Darwin were born on the exact same day in 1809.

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The grandfather of Charles Darwin saved the Schweppes company

Schweppes was founded in 1783 in Geneve, and later Johann Jacob Schweppe moved to London to develop the business, where it would have failed were it not for Erasmus Darwin, grandfather of Charles Darwin and a physician himself, who started recommending the drink, which saved the company.

Beethoven could have tried it as a 13 year-old kid (but of course it wasn't a popular drink). In 1825 when he was 30 years of age he visited London for the first time, where he might have drank Schweppes, it being a popular drink.

Sources:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_premi%C3%A8re_of_Beethoven%27s_Symphony_No._9
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludwig_van_Beethoven
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Jacob_Schweppe

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Charles Darwin used natural selection
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Why did Charles Darwin publish his theory of evolution as a book to be read by the masses? In general, what’s the history of new scientific theories being revealed in pop science books instead of in scientific journals.
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apparently once charles darwin was catching beetles and needed to carry three so he stuck one in his mouth and then it sprayed him with acid

ngl seems like something darwinist would do
like one day he's catching beetles for whatever goddamn reason and he sticks one in his mouth and he gets sprayed by it and when he gets back to the house everyone else is like 'why did you put the beetle in your mouth' and he's like '^(i wanted a snack)'
i can't spell

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Increasingly verbose Charles Darwin found in the wild
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Charles Darwin was tripping man
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Today in Victorian History Charles Darwin elected Fellow of the Royal Society (1839) worldhistoryproject.org/1…
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Harriet, the GalΓ‘pagos tortoise, was born before Charles Darwin’s famous voyage in 1835
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ADTFL - Flag of the Lunar Colony of Darwin, Based on the Real-Life Coat of Arms of Charles Darwin. reddit.com/gallery/kv2qgb
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Charles Darwin
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Nietzsche? "Charles Darwin thinks the conditions of life everywhere are like the conditions of life in England."

I heard this quote. Is this real? Can someone find a source?

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