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    Charles Darwin The Evolutionist

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    Evolution is the reason for many different species and their existence. Evolution proves that there is much more to the world than the human can see. Charles Darwin had looked into the eye of the storm, and found something revolutionary. His research has changed and reshaped science in it’s own very existence; changing how scientists see their works. Charles created a new way of thinking, and proven that there is always an alternate reason why something is the way it is, and how it became that way, not

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    Charles Darwin Charles Darwin was a 19th century scientist that lived in the down house, a Manor outside of London, with his children and wife Emma. Although Charles Darwin did not completely finish his studies he was still a scientist at the forefront of the theory of evolution because he introduced natural selection, wrote the book On the Origin of Species, and stated that all species come from close relatives. Charles' house was one place where he did lots of studies, wrote some of his books,

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    Charles Darwin Biography

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    Charles Darwin is best known for coming up with the idea of evolution. His theory of evolution came from his study of the Galapagos Islands. Charles was a unique person who loved traveling around the world and studying new things. Charles Darwin was born on February 12,1809, at The Mount, his parents’ estate home on the edge of Shrewsbury, England. His father was Robert Darwin, and his mother was Susannah Wedgwood. His mother died when he was eight years old. Charles grew up with his mother’s family

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    Charles Darwin

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    history. A few of the many names we encountered in the course were Mendel, Huxley, Lyell, and Darwin. However, Charles Darwin and his theories were the primary focus of our discussions. This is when I was first exposed in-depth to Darwinism. The ideas we studied and the concepts we explored laid the foundation for my thinking on the whole subject of evolution and how man ìcame to be.î Major points about Darwin that impressed me the most were his devotion to the study of his environment, the depth of

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    Charles Darwin

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    Charles Darwin The famous naturalist Charles Darwin embarked on hundreds of miles of land excursions during the often-told story of the H. M. S. Beagle voyage, and on these trips, the most lasting visual impressions for Darwin are the Cordilleras Mountains, the Fuegian natives, and the Brazilian rainforests. The Beagle’s five-year world circumnavigation from 1831 to 1836 emphasized South America and so it is not so surprising the previously mentioned natural wonders had such important impact

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    Charles Darwin Evolution

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    Popularly referred to as the father of evolution, Charles Darwin was the fifth child of Robert Darwin and Susannah Wedgewood born the same year and day as Abraham Lincoln- a historical icon, February 12, 1809. He had four sisters, three older than him and one younger while his brother was older than he was and they belonged to a privileged, wealthy and well-known family. He held his father, Robert Waring Darwin, in high regard and he was a renowned physician with connections among the local gentry

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    Biography of Charles Darwin

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    (“Mark Twain”). On February 12th of 1809 a new face entered this world and they called him Charles Robert Darwin and he would change the way we thought of evolution. This man was ignorant and hard headed. He did not believe what anybody told him; to find out for himself. Charles Darwin’s confidence was one of his strong attributes. Darwin did everything he believed in with all of his heart and mind. Darwin was born in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. “Nothing hinted at a genius; he didn't do well

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    THE LIFE OF CHARLES DARWIN Charles Robert Darwin, a wealthy British naturalist was born on 12th February, 1809 at his family home the Mount in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. He was the fifth of six children, but was the second son of his parents. His father, was Robert Waring Darwin a wealthy physician and financer. However, when Darwin was eight years old, his mother, Susannah Wedgwood past away. Darwin was then raised by his older sisters and house maidens around his home. Darwin was just a boy

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    Charles Darwin Biography

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    Charles Darwin was one of the most influential people in history. He probably never imagined that his theory of evolution and natural selection would become one of the most important scientific theories in the history of the world. He probably never imagined that it would cause so much controversy over the way human beings came into existence either. Charles R. Darwin was born on February 12, 1809 in the town of Shrewsbury, England. He was born into a relatively wealthy family. He was the second

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    Charles Darwin was a British scientist who laid the foundation of modern evolutionary theory with his concept of the development of all forms of life through the slow-working process of natural selection. His work was of major influence on the life and earth sciences and on modern thought in general. Darwin was born in 1809 in Shrewsbury, a small market town in Shropshire, England. His wealthy physician father was the son of Erasmus Darwin who had written Laws of Organic Life. His mother was the

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