Here’s one thing I’m passionate about: evolution.
Lucky for me one of my three jobs allows me to study evolutionary theory in the Victorian era. Focusing on Charles Kingsley and his relationship and views of Charles Darwin  and other prominent scientists at the time.

Here’s one thing I’m passionate about: evolution.

Lucky for me one of my three jobs allows me to study evolutionary theory in the Victorian era. Focusing on Charles Kingsley and his relationship and views of Charles Darwin  and other prominent scientists at the time.

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Posted on Friday, 27 July
Tagged as: evolution victorian victorian era charles kingsley charles darwin evolutionary theory theory of evolution
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    image1:except that we are -besides, I’m incredibly fascinated by cultural evolution, I mean, how is that human mind was...
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    Belief. Believes. All the creationists I talked to did not have the basic idea of what evolution is. They were confused,...
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