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[QUOTE=kudzu;2783950][QUOTE=Fentoine Lum;2783935]Definitely an open system, already provided the zealot with a link on that he ignored. Had to.[/QUOTE]

LOLOL.. You'd think at some point they would check the facts instead of getting their butts whipped.


English naturalist 18091882

Charles Darwin was the founder of modern evolutionary thought, and the developer, along with Alfred Russel Wallace, of the theory that natural selection is a principle driving force in evolution.

[B]Darwin is generally recognized as the single greatest thinker in the history of biology[/B], whose contributions provided the basis for understanding the immense diversity that characterizes the natural world.


Darwin was born February 12, 1809, into a wealthy English family. A lifelong interest in natural history led him to embark, at age twenty-two, on a five-year voyage to South America aboard the HMS Beagle as the ship's naturalist. Darwin collected a wealth of specimens and made observations of both living species and fossils he encountered. Darwin was particularly struck by similarities he observed between the species found on the Galapagos Islands off the western coast of South America, and species of the mainland.

He also noted differences and similarities among species found on the numerous islands of the Galapagos. The evidence suggested each species had not been independently formed by the Creator, but rather had diverged from a smaller group of common ancestors.



Read more: [url]http://www.biologyreference.com/Co-Dn/Darwin-Charles.html#ixzz5aRZrLIrs[/url][/QUOTE]


Sounds scary!!!! Look away!

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