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November 24, 2009

Researchers Discuss Darwin in NSF's Online Report

The National Science Foundation has released an online special report  on the influence of Charles Darwin on many walks of science. Evolution of Evolution: 150 Years of Darwin's On the Origin of Species features essays, videos, and podcasts from prominent researchers, as well as a timeline of advances in evolution, all beautifully crafted to enchant anyone curious about the history of life. Special topics cover anthropology, biology, astronomy, polar sciences, and geosciences, as well as Darwin.

Image credit: Illustrations by Nicolle Rager Fuller, National Science Foundation (background and center); © 2009 JupiterImages Corp. (top right); NASA, ESA, M. Robberto (Space Telescope Science Institute/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team (bottom )

1 Comments

12/11/2009

SORRY, to disappoint you and others who believe in Darwin and thought, for example, Man came from Ape- which is totally incorrect- if you think some of us look closer to Ape than others, and that's good enough Darwin must be correct- think, again: some who look closer to Ape can make any woman pregnant, but not the female-Ape (unless Darwin or you saw a Man-Ape baby?)

If you say, yes, that's true Man and Ape can't make babies..., but, million(s) of years ago might have...; if so, did we find any DNA-evidence (or a bone with DNA that match...)? None, except Adri or Lucy (100% Apes...).

You will NEVER find that link directly or indirectly.. Period. I suggest we get off that route and look for a new-path...

Each and every creature, including trees etc..., is created separately for a specific purpose- What purpose ?

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