New York Times on Darwin and Evolution February 14, 2009Posted by rationalskeptic in Charles Darwin.
Tags: Biology, Darwin, Evolution
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The New York Times has a wonderful section of their site, dedicated to Darwin and evolution:
Happy Darwin Day! February 12, 2009Posted by rationalskeptic in Charles Darwin.
Tags: Biology, Darwin Day, Evolution
Today is Charles Darwin’s 200th birthday, as well as the 150th anniversary of the publication of On the Origin of Species.
While this day is excited for those of us who admire Darwin for his brilliant scientific achievements, it is also a day that should be a catalyst for us to re-double our efforts in the fabricated “Evolution vs. creation” debate.
The theory of evolution qualifies as a scientific fact, by every standard in the scientists toolbox (the scientific method). But sadly, we live in a world where there are people that are either intentionally deceiving the public to promote their ideology (by the why, science is not an ideology, it’s the method used to uncover the truth about our natural world and cosmos), or they are confidently ignorant. Because, every single objection to evolutionary theory has been easily refuted by the consensus of the scientific community.
The link attached to this picture will send you to the Scientific American page dedicated to the commemoration of Darwin’s birthday and Origins anniversary.
Thank you Darwin, for your role in the exponential advancement of science!
Darwin gave mankind one of the greatest examples of a successful scientific hypothesis, and possibly the best example of the fulfillment of predictions in a scientific hypothesis.
There will be more Darwin Day celebration to come…..