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Public-funded Texas school teaches Holocaust rooted in evolution

Houston - A publicly-funded charter high school in Texas is teaching students with an anti-science textbook that implies the Holocaust has roots in Darwin's theory of evolution.
In the Media by Brett Wilkins - 5 comments

Naturalist Wallace's house for sale

The Victorian English country house, built by the naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace, has been put up for sale. The price is around $2.2 million.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Newly released personal letters show the softer side of Darwin

Over 1400 previously unread personal letters by the famous naturalist have been published by Cambridge University's Darwin Correspondence Project.
In the Media by Jeff Campagna - 4 comments

How Charles Darwin won 5,000 votes for Congress

As part of a write-in campaign against the incumbent Congressman Paul Broun, Charles Darwin received almost 5,000 votes following a Facebook led protest against Broun’s anti-science credentials.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Playful people more sexually attractive

Human beings are unusual in the animal kingdom in continuing to play as adults. In other species playfulness generally disappears after the juvenile stage. Researchers have attempted to test the hypothesis that human playfulness is sexually selected.
In the Media by Steve Hayes

Post-Mortem of famous tortoise Lonesome George

Guayaquil - The famous Pinta Island tortoise (Chelonoidis abingdoni) known to the international nature community and all environmentalists as "Lonesome George" died on Sunday, under unknown circumstances.
In the Media by Jack Goldenberg

Giant tortoise 'Lonesome George' dies at the age of 100

Galapagos tortoise--Lonesome George died unexpectedly Sunday morning at the age of 100. Believed to be the last of his kind, George reportedly died of unknown causes at his home in Ecuador's Galapagos Islands.
In the Media by R. Francis Rubio - 7 comments

Beyond Darwin: Rebel Scientist Lynn Margulis Honored in Amherst Special

Amherst - A three-day symposium, "Celebrating a Life of Science: In Memory of Lynn Margulis," was held this weekend, March 23-25th, at the University of Massachusetts, where Margulis taught evolutionary science for decades.
Digital Journal Report by Victoria N. Alexander - 3 comments

British scientists find Darwin fossil slides 'lost' for 150 years

London - British scientists say they have found new fossils Charles Darwin and his colleagues collected more than 150 years ago. The slides containing the fossils were found in a wooden cabinet kept in a "gloomy" corner of the British Geological Survey.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus

Op-Ed: Conor Cunningham's Has Darwin Killed God?

Conor Cunningham, philosopher and Christian apologist, talks about Darwinism in his documentary "Did Darwin Kill God?". Few religionists dare to tackle the subject, and I gave the documentary a thorough viewing.
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A number of cities around the world have begun to trumpet the accomplishments of Charles Darwin this month. Many...
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