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Roughly equal numbers - both minorities - believe in Darwin's theory of evolution (42%) and creationism (39%);
As he tells it, the rise of public education and the spread of Unitarianism, coupled with Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, upset the existing Christian order.
The techniques rely on guided trial-and-error strategies inspired by Charles Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection and known as evolutionary algorithms or artificial evolution (SN: 7/23/94, p.
The group of 60-some-odd islands and islets that inspired Charles Darwin's theory of evolution is so fragile and rich with wildlife that the Ecuadorian government will not allow anyone to tour them without an official guide.
Washington, September 4 (ANI): Biologists at the University of California, Riverside have found molecular decay of enamel-specific gene in toothless mammals, which provides fresh support for Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.
But those of you who follow Darwin's theory of evolution will know the puzzler about how we came about.
Now, however, the Oedipus complex shows its own flair for tragedy, as it falls from grace among many of Freud's intellectual progeny and faces empirical challenges from psychologists and other researchers influenced by Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.
The American Center for Law and Justice, an international public interest law firm, today filed an appeal with the Minnesota Court of Appeals in Minneapolis of a state court's dismissal of a lawsuit brought on behalf of a high school biology teacher who has been barred from teaching biology because of his criticism of Darwin's theory of evolution.
A leading scientist admitted that lack of underA[degrees]standing surrounding the reasons for blushing was the biggest gap in Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, reports the Daily Express.
55pm) Spellbinding dramatisation of the 1925 Scopes Monkey Trial when a teacher was prosecuted for bringing Darwin's Theory of Evolution into the classroom 1960
Before Simpson began his work in the mid-1930s, the great majority of paleontologists did not accept Charles Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection.
27 (ANI): BBC television presenter and conservationist Sir David Attenborough has claimed that religious viewers send him hate mail for not crediting God for his nature's bountiful benefits, and he expects more such letters when his latest project, a documentary about Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, is broadcast on Sunday.