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John Zmirak: Teacher in Ireland Chooses Prison Over Lying to Children

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

John Zmirak: Teacher in Ireland Chooses Prison Over Lying to Children

"Piece now at stream dot org titled. This Christian teacher in Ireland chooses prison over telling hellish lies to children, would we do the same? And in it, I ask, what are the things that you would be willing to go to prison rather than say? I mean, there are certain things if they told me to say I'm going to go to prison. I'd say I'm without meeting them. Like, yeah, the 2020 election was the most secure in history. Yeah, the Democrats care about black Americans, best interests. No Stacey Abrams does not look fat in that dress or any dress. She looks fabulous. I'd repeat those kind of things. What I would not do is teach to children as a teacher, tell children things like Jesus was an impostor whose body rotted in the grave. Caesar is God. I wouldn't tell them abortion is a morally acceptable choice. That same sex marriage is good. Or I wouldn't tell them biological sex isn't really real God or Darwin or whatever. Sometimes it makes mistakes and puts a boy in a girl's body or vice versa. And what matters is the gender inside your head would you need to discover others have to respect it and affirm it via surgery and hormones. That's what you're saying when you use the they pronoun for someone who's gender confused. You are saying that their illusions are real and that they should obey them. You are repeating Satan's voice in that person's head.

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Robert Davi on the Secret Conservative Culture in Hollywood

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:42 min | 3 weeks ago

Robert Davi on the Secret Conservative Culture in Hollywood

"Fiction. It's a real story. My son hunter, the movie we are here with the director and the distributor Robert Darwin and we have from breitbart, Alex Marlow. Gentlemen, let's talk about the state of the conservative culture producers. I presume I don't want to put anybody into a difficult position. You were part of Friends of Abe. Perhaps, perhaps. Okay, good. Can not confirm or deny. What happened to that? Why did we have to have a secret conservative group of actors in directors in Hollywood? What happened to it? And is that why this is the real question? Is that why it seems as if the right doesn't know how to make culture anymore? Give us your take. And it's a bit winded, but you follow me. Yeah. Hollywood in the 1940s and 30s and 50s were infiltrated by the communists. The useful idiots, you know this. Especially the screenwriters guild the screenwriters guild, the agents, the readers on the studios, what projects we're going to get put forward and not. Ronald Reagan, and idle the Pino's house crashed that party because William molden said, there's a meeting of the Communist Party at idol of pinos house. She's like the Meryl strip of the day. They were shouting him down in one act of John Garfield said he should speak, let's hear him speak, okay? He did. And years later, Sterling Hayden said Ronald Reagan was a one man wrecking crew of the Communist Party in Hollywood. A former Democrat. Former Democrat, because he was from a bleeding heart liberal, he saw the infiltration and what their main goal was. And it disturbed him. Because he was early 40s, he was a bleeding heart liberal, and he saw what was happening. Now, that was a communist in our government and in our culture.

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Dr. Stephen Meyer: Doubts for Darwinism Support Intelligent Design

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:38 sec | Last month

Dr. Stephen Meyer: Doubts for Darwinism Support Intelligent Design

"Doubt that you kind of cast over Darwin is intelligent design the rational explanation for our existence. Well, it turns out that many of the criticisms of Darwinian evolution are the flip side of a positive case for intelligent design. Just critiquing a theory doesn't allow you to justify formulating another theory. The things that darwinism can't explain are precisely the things that support the idea of intelligent design. In particular, the discovery at the foundation of life, we have digital code. Now the

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Dr. Stephen Meyer: The Foundation of Life Is Not a Simple Cell

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | Last month

Dr. Stephen Meyer: The Foundation of Life Is Not a Simple Cell

"How would the mutation and natural selection mechanism ever build a complex new forms of animal life. We know now post Watson and crick and the molecular biological revolution and the human genome project and many other things that at the foundation of life, we have not a simple cell as Darwin thought in his time, but instead the cell is understood to be chock full of complex information and a whole complex information storage, processing, transmission and processing system. So we've got high-tech digital computing technology inside even the simplest living organisms in their cells. And to build a new organism, you have to modify that genetic information that code. And we know from our own experience in the computer world that if you start randomly changing sections of functional code, you're going to degrade that information long before you ever build a new functioning set block of software or in operating system that random changes to specified information invariably degrade that information long before you ever generate anything new or functional or useful. And that same thing appears to apply in the biological case so that the mechanism that the darwinism and neo darwinists have long relied on, namely national selection acting on these random changes in the genetic text called mutations is very unlikely to produce anything functional or new, even taking into account the billions of years of life's history on earth. So

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Dr. Stephen Meyer: Why We Should Doubt Darwin's Theory of Evolution

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:12 min | Last month

Dr. Stephen Meyer: Why We Should Doubt Darwin's Theory of Evolution

"Give us a little bit of a taste than a teaser? Why was Darwin wrong? Why should we doubt Darwin's theory of evolution? Well, I focused on two of many, but two big mysteries that have been unsolved by Darwinian evolution. The first has to do with the fossil record, that the pattern of appearance of new animal form in the fossil record is decidedly non Darwinian, whereas Darwin predicted or expected to see evidence of a kind of gradual branching tree from the simplest organisms at the base of the tree, took all the new forms of life we see today. And that can the new forms of life would emerge gradually as older forms morphed and changed in the fossil record, we don't see a tree like pattern, but instead we see something that looks more like a lawn or perhaps an Orchard of separate trees, where the major groups of organisms come into the fossil record abruptly or suddenly. And the most dramatic example of that occurs in an event known as the Cambrian explosion. And the book Darwin's doubt was about that event in the history of life, something that even in Darwin's time, Darwin knew did not fit with his tree like picture of the history of life.

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Liverpool stumbles, Tottenham impresses in EPL openers

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Liverpool stumbles, Tottenham impresses in EPL openers

"Liverpool opened its schedule with a lackluster two two draw with recently promoted Fulham at craven cottage Alexander mitrovic gave Fulham a pair of weeds The last coming on a penalty kick in the 72nd minute but red's newcomer Darwin Nunez came off the bench to help his team avoid a stunning loss scoring in the 64th minute and setting up most salad in the 81st Mitrovic was a handful for Liverpool defenders Trent Alexander Arnold and Virgil van DIJK mitrovic out jumped Alexander Arnold for a header goal and was pulled down by Van Dyck in the box to set up the penalty kick I'm Dave ferry

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Herrera's 8th inning sac fly helps Cardinals beat Cubs 5-3

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Herrera's 8th inning sac fly helps Cardinals beat Cubs 5-3

"The cardinal scored two times in the 8th they need to step a three three tie and they down the cubs 5 to three at Busch stadium The teams have split the first two games of a three game series a Bon Herrera's first major league RBI comes on a sacrifice fly and gives St. Louis the lead That's one thing that I won't forget and my first RBI is help the team win and I think I can forget Britain Darwin contributes two runs batted in for the red birds Chicago center Fielder Raphael Ortega's two run home run had tied the game in the top of the 8th Ryan helsley pitches one and two third innings of shutout relief to pick up the win I'm Mike Reeves

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"darwin" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:36 min | 3 months ago

"darwin" Discussed on ESPN FC

"I think it's all nonsense. I think people forget that early in Holland is a young player who can develop and you can do so many things. He is an exceptional passer of the ball, for example. He will work his rear end off. There's so many dimensions to it. I agree with you. I agree. I don't have any worries not for him not for tarwin for enough of those kind of talents. We put Darwin Nunez in early Holland in the same sentence just yet. No, no, no, no, in the sense that I don't have any worries. It's nothing to do with them in the same sentence. It's just when you have that kind of talent. I don't think you should worry about joining a top top team. I think they might take a little bit of time, but I think they will fit in for Holland. He will give city another dimension whether dies by changing his game slightly. I think he will need to do that. I think pep will have to tweak his way of playing a little bit to suit early in the best way possible because right now they used to play in a different way without someone like Holland, so of course for the brain for Bernardo if he stays for the two windows, whoever they are, it would be different to play with Holland and to play the way they did this season, but it's not going to be a problem. That's the thing. He's going to score loads of goals for city. I'm also looking back to if I was to ask you, who is the best manager that early Holland or the best coach of early Holland has ever had, you would probably say Stalin saw Bakken, right? We're kind of going to the next level here with I'm not blowing someone good pet, but people have talked about how pep has worked with individuals and made so many of them so much better. This is something that's really exciting to me. It's not often that you get managers who get to work with really talented young players at an early age. And it will be curious to see how that progresses. Because when we have to compare everything between Holland and BAPE, I would suggest to you. I'm not saying in bad place had bad managers not a bad manager, but you know it's not a bad manager, but I don't think he's ever had managers who necessarily mean better and help them grow. Whereas Holland will have that opportunity now. Massively, I mean, he will develop his football brain. He will develop his awareness. He will develop. He's, you know, his technical ability, of course. And I think it would make him more mature. I mean, if you are a young player and you can work with pep, you go, you walk there. And I think this is going to be a fantastic matchup. Again, it might take a little bit of time to Sonya the style of this season. After a short summer, but there's no doubt that it's going to be an amazing player for them and pep is going to build them into a World War world class player. But I've confirmed that usman dembele has yet to sign his new deal, which I think we already knew. So that telling us this every so often. Jules, I want to ask you about this because I have strong views on this. It's obviously he's a free agent and a few weeks. He can sign with anybody he wants. He continues to be linked with Chelsea. Can you explain this? Yeah, I think so I tried before. You please try again because he's a winger to a team that doesn't play with wingers. The chess you need the one on one player who takes players on one on one. They need someone who can, no, don't look at me like this. They need someone. Come up with a long list of things that Chelsea need. Okay, but before that. Yeah, yeah, but he's a free agent. So, you know, this is not like I should take a lot of work to be done and a lot of negotiation and back and forth with Sevilla to sign a center back. He's a free agent. You find an agreement with him. He's yours. I think Chelsea badly needs a player that will take on players do four or 5 dribbles successful dribbles per game and have that threat on the sides. Even if somebody not named pulisic or Zia, as your Hudson a joy. They don't have the same qualities. They can run at people but they don't have the pace that then barely has certainly not with the ball at dribbling people, precision is more of an inside ten for me and certainly the way two hole has been playing him. I think if you take them belly, you're going to change a little bit the way you set up and the change it a lot because you're going to have to. You want to stimulate with greenbacks and have a play a while like Denver. Place three four three. But yeah, does it matter? You can not make some outgo. But it goes behind the striker and then you've got more width with ten belly on the right hand side, which leaves chilly well more space on the left hand side because mountain to policies will come inside more, which it won't be the case for them. I honestly, I think this makes zero sense, especially the numbers that he's talking about because that is my way. Disassemble your whole line up to play. If you want to go four two three one, fine, then let's go and have a conversation about four two three one, which, by the way, given that you're losing center backs, might not be necessary to be a bad idea. I think it would actually benefit Lukaku if you stick around or indeed even Harvard's as your wine and you have the wingers there. Then go and do that. But in the system that they played last year is Tuco comes to me and says, yeah, what about the melee? I say, hey, how about you make it work with the guys who are really out of it? Last year, worry about a midfielder and a defender. Once you block the two wingbacks, then there was very little from the wings from Chelsea, and that was just not good enough. And I think you could change that for sure. Sticking with Barcelona garb reports in Spain said that Marcos Alonso has told Chelsea wants to move and that bars are not waiting to see what the price tag is. Yeah, he wants to go and replace usman dembele maybe. Number two. I don't understand this at all. This seems to me like another one of those stories that's out there, right? There's a couple of things. I understand if you're monoclonal. So you say, oh,.

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"darwin" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

History Unplugged Podcast

05:36 min | 4 months ago

"darwin" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

"Scott here. One more brief word from our sponsors. Almost two centuries on the other side of Darwin. There have been very different religious responses from the Catholic Church, which accepted evolution as part of the story of creation and officially accepts evolution as true..

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Darwin notebooks missing for 20 years returned to Cambridge

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

Darwin notebooks missing for 20 years returned to Cambridge

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Richard Weikart: Most Agree That Darwinism Led to Nazi Thinking

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

Richard Weikart: Most Agree That Darwinism Led to Nazi Thinking

"Look, you wrote a previous book called from Darwin to Hitler where you cover some of this ground, isn't it strange that we live in a time when most people don't know these facts? These are facts. This is not really debatable. Some people may not like what is here, but it's not really debatable. Is it debatable that darwinism led to Nazi thinking to racism? I mean, it just doesn't seem to me to be debatable. It's just unknown. Yeah, most historians actually do agree with me, although most don't emphasize it as much. They pretty much put it in the background to some degree. There actually is one prominent story who has actually tried to debate me on the issue. But his position is completely untenable and I completely destroy it in this book.

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"darwin" Discussed on Between The Lines

Between The Lines

08:03 min | 7 months ago

"darwin" Discussed on Between The Lines

"On our end, this is between the lines I'm Tom Switzer up next. Historian John E Woods, Texas back to World War II and one of our nation's darkest days. And then without any warning. Free. Came out of the cloud. The 27 Japanese bombers which raided Darwin were escorted by 15 fighters. The enemy plane went up towards the east, one of our planes right on its tail. They got a full beard. Saturday, the 19th of February, the marks the 80th anniversary of the day Japanese aircraft bombed Darwin. It was the largest attack ever mounted on Australian soil by a foreign power. Now the prime minister 80 years ago was John Curtin and to help us remember those uncertain times and to reflect on the legacy and meaning of it today, let's turn to the distinguished historian John Edwards, a former RBI board member, John is a senior fellow at the lowy institute in Sydney and a junk professor with the John curtain institute of public policy at Kurt university in Perth. Now John Edwards is author of John curtain's war. It's published by penguin, volume one, subtitled, the coming of war in the Pacific and reinventing Australia and volume two triumph and decline. John, welcome back to between the lines. Thanks, Tom, a pleasure. Now take us back to February 1942. So this is 80 years ago this week. What sort of situation did our country find itself in? Well, the situation was exceedingly grim in mid January Japanese troops had landed at rebel, which was an Australian mandated territory. And landed in New Guinea and February 15. They had a 6th Singapore had surrendered and Australia's 8th division had been marched into prison camps. So it was a very, very unfriendly environment for Australia and no possibility at that point of finding substantial support against a threatened Japanese move. Yeah, and you make the point that the Darwin bombing occurred as the war cabinet was deciding on Winston Churchill's request to send the leading elements of the 7th division to Burma, right? That's right. And it played a role in that decision in that following the surrender of Singapore and indeed before it Churchill had suggested that Burma be reinforced against Japanese invasion and seized upon the fact that the returning Australian 7th division from the Middle East was nearby and asked to permit that division to be sent to Burma, to Rangoon, and curtain refused. And there was a protracted cable thought. Which actually climaxed on the day of the Darwin bombing the 19th, where the advisory war council meeting in Sydney had before it Churchill's request supported by Menzies, spender, page and London, that the 7th division be sent to Burma and the view of the Australian war cabinet, the labor war cabinet that it should proceed to Australia. And the Darwin bombing gave greater urgency in the view of the labor members at that advisory war council meeting because it demonstrated that very forcibly that Japan could attack Australia. At any point, it chose without opposition. Well, indeed, now this attack on Darwin so is a force of what 260 Japanese bombers and fought is now the two attacks on that fateful day John killed at least 252 people, wounded up to what 400 military and civilian personnel with a 160 of the dead being ship's crew. Now is a comparison to Pearl Harbor accurate. I mean, was it completely unforeseen? Well, it was unforeseen. I mean, there was a warning. As they flew over Beth asylum, which was not paid attention to, so that respected resembles Pearl Harbor, but on the other hand, Australia was at war at this point. It was this project, but then many of those attacks were surprised at tax. But in a sense, it shouldn't have been a surprise attack that Australia should have been better prepared to defend against a carrier based attack given the salient of Darwin to the defense of the Netherlands East Indies, which was, it wasn't an isolated incident, in the city was attacked repeatedly as were other coastal towns in northern Australia correct. Well, subsequently, and more than a hundred raids in all, but this was the first big attack and it was unexpected and Darwin almost completely undefended about 20 aircraft anti aircraft guns. Some planes that many which couldn't fly, which could put up very little opposition. Japan hugely successful right. My guess is John Edwards, author of two volumes of John Curtin's war, John, let's take the views of the military historian Peter Stanley. He argues that the battle for Australia in World War II is a complete myth. What would John couldn't think? Well, you've got to think, what would the circumstances tell in the circumstances at the time was that it was within Japan's power to invite Australia if it wished. In fact, the chase of staff told curtain that a week later, but 9 days after the Darwin bombing, they said it's within Japan's power, if it chose to do so to invade Australia, it chose not to. But there was a discussion as Peter Stanley recognizes there was a discussion in Tokyo about inviting Australia where the naval planning staff thought it was a good idea, the army not and the army prevailed. But the decision was to cut Australia off, leaving it a possibility of invasion open subsequently. Not everyone gets behind the war effort it, the historian the light historian Hal GB Cole patch. He points the finger at organized labor and the wharf is saying that they can be, quote, held directly responsible for the scale of the resultant carnage when the Japanese struck, what do you make of the kobach revisionist argument? 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Termites Are Amazing and Even Darwin Can't Explain Why

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:01 min | 8 months ago

Termites Are Amazing and Even Darwin Can't Explain Why

"I had the joy recently of getting a new book called animal algorithms, evolution in the mysterious origin of ingenious instincts by Eric castle. Now a lot of these books are not that much fun to read. This is fun to read. It's absolutely fascinating. And I just marked a few things. So I'm talking to Eric castle the author right now. On page 17, you say some species of termites construct nests that have impressed architects, engineers and artists alike. And again, when we think of a tiny termite is, and the size of their brain, this is crazy. The nests of these termites can reach more than 20 feet high and typically include a royal chamber, nurseries, gardens, waste dumps, a well and a ventilation system that reduces heat and removes carbon dioxide. Anybody who's not amazed by that, as I say is not paying attention or is not very bright because that is just astonishing. In the past, I think people would have said, wow, God is amazing. Look what God does. God creates these creatures. But if you don't have God as a potential thesis or hypothesis to explain this, what does science say can make this possible or do they say very much? Well, I mean, again, the reigning paradigm and science in terms of the origin of all organisms and every aspect of it is is Darwinian evolution. So that's the fundamental basis for how to explain things in biology. Well, but that's just a term. In other words, I expect them to say, oh, it's obviously, you know, survival of the fittest, or we never knew. Like, we know that, but he'd say, okay, given that, tell me, how do you get from nothing to these brilliant termites given random mutations in the course of the eons? I don't know. Has anybody taken a good crack at that? Because I don't know how they would. Well, in terms of some of the behaviors that I discuss in the book, there really are not any. Theories out there. In other words, some of the aspects of this particularly things like the navigation abilities of some of these animals haven't really been investigated in great detail in terms of trying to provide a reasonable Darwinian type of explanation.

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Dr. Zelenko on the Ebola-Like Virus Raging Through China

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 9 months ago

Dr. Zelenko on the Ebola-Like Virus Raging Through China

"Doctor zelenko, there are whispers from doctor Malone and other people that I trust that there is a potential Ebola like virus raging through China that might be something completely different. What have you heard about this? And do you think it just might be hysteria gone wild or do you think that there might be another mutant or a mutation? I should say that might have been caused by the mass inoculation strategy that we underwent. So you're referring to a virus that's causing hemorrhagic fever and bleeding. That's not a coronavirus. It's more similar to the Ebola virus. I became aware of my 6 months ago, living research and dissipating potential other threats into smallpox. Marburg virus was developing the Russians and used as a bio weapon. So I looked into it cell biology. It turns out it's a single strand RNA virus, which is in the same kind of pathway as influenza virus and COVID, even though it's much, much more lethal. So I could think around 30% lethality. And so in anticipation of a potential thread from such a virus, I spoke to a query ten of the leading immunologists and researchers that I know. And most of them had no idea. I just spoke to doctor Malone and he didn't know either and he was looking into who's the expert in the government on my burglars. However, I've had a colleague from Germany, doctor Roland Darwin, and I asked him to hear, look, we have an RNA polymerase to replicate. Do you think the zinc ionophore zinc approach would work? And he said, yes.

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How 'Taking Leave of Darwin' Author Neil Thomas' Colleagues Reacted to His Latest Work

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:48 min | 9 months ago

How 'Taking Leave of Darwin' Author Neil Thomas' Colleagues Reacted to His Latest Work

"Are the folks I'm talking to Neil Thomas, his book is taking leave of Darwin a longtime agnostic discovers the case for design. Neil, you were just about to tell us, because I think this is at the heart of all of this stuff. The way people respond to logic to evidence, when you did this investigation, you as someone who had been known as a longtime agnostic, naturalist, darwinist, you showed some colleagues, what you found. And did you say they were dismissive were they were they embarrassed? Were they, did they feel they had to back away because you'd obviously gone crazy? How did it play out? Well, they were never less than polite, of course. Of course, you're in England. What could we expect? But they were, they were not responsive to what I was having to say. Let us put it that way. And I remember the one lady who's retired Professor of French in London, who I asked her to do a review for Amazon. And I expected to drop off a few lines. And not think anything of it. But she. Instead transferred the manuscript, the electronic form of. To biology professor, who, of course, did not think did not agree with me. And so she framed her interpretation in lying with what a biologist colleague had said. Instead of actually looking at it with an unbiased mind. Let's put it that way. That is my interpretation of what happened.

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Why Professor Neil Thomas Decided to Review Eric's Latest Book 'Is Atheism Dead?'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 9 months ago

Why Professor Neil Thomas Decided to Review Eric's Latest Book 'Is Atheism Dead?'

"The book we discuss on this program, your book is taking leave of Darwin. So if anybody's interested in what you have to say on the subject, that's the first place they should look, taking leave of Darwin, but recently, I believe that stream dot org, you wrote, no, I'm sorry. Where did you post your original referring to? Okay, evolution. It's pronounced evolution, please. Evolution. News. Is it dot org? I can't quite remember evolution. All I know is that if you Google it, it'll take you straight there. Evolution news. Which I think is related to the discovery institute. But you wrote three reviews of a raft of books dealing with these subjects, one of which I was flattered to see was my own new book is atheism dead. So let's talk about that. Because people want to read what you have to say on this, I recommend they go to evolution news or evolution news. Either way, they should go there. But so what do you say roughly in these articles? Yes, it's a case of leverage and leverage I'm afraid. It's one of these. Well, I was looking at your book is atheism dad, along with Steven Myers book return to the guard hypothesis on something called a God of the details by Christian bandia. And I was looking at the sort of continuity and the fact that the three of you sort of came out against a simple sort of idea received ideas about darwinism and sort of thought your own ways and I admired that. And I thought that this should, this should be foregrounded in some way, which is more reason I decided to do the review.

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'Taking Leave of Darwin' Author Neil Thomas Discovers the Case for Design

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:36 min | 9 months ago

'Taking Leave of Darwin' Author Neil Thomas Discovers the Case for Design

"Thomas welcome. Nice to be with you again. The book is taking leave of Darwin. You I just want to get this clear. So most of your life, you were indeed a committed agnostic or atheist and certainly a committed darwinist. When and how did you decide that you wanted to look into this, so to speak? Well, it was when I had the leisure to do so, I think when after retirement, did you say leisure reading a few well leisure you said leisure? We say leisure, but I want you to know that we don't mind if you say leisure. In fact, we prefer it. We should be clear with the audience. You don't just sound English. You are in fact in England as we speak. I am indeed, yes. Best of London. I want to be, I want to be clear, you're in England. So thanks for tuning in. I know the time change complicates things. But so for the first time in your life, you had the opportunity, the time the leisure as you put it to do it. And were you, I always say, when people are surprised by something. I mean, obviously, you were surprised by what you encountered. But this is a strange question. Were you surprised to be surprised? Yes, I think so. Because after a long life, you would have thought that I would have twigged this already. And I think I was culpable to the extent that I hadn't actually investigated this as I should have.

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Author Gregg Jarrett: John Durham Knows Just How Corrupt the FBI Is

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:48 min | 11 months ago

Author Gregg Jarrett: John Durham Knows Just How Corrupt the FBI Is

"He wrote the books on Russian collusion and the witch hunt. Welcome back to America first with Greg Jarrett. I have to return Greg to one more and more question with regards to John Durham and the recent flurry of activities. This is a man who he stayed in the shadows for most of his career. There's only two photographs of them. Whatever you see, you know, an article about Darwin's the same photograph of him scowling coming out of a courtroom. So it's a guy looks to take his job seriously, has a pretty serious reputation, and one of the things he's known for as what was it former Connecticut U.S. attorney is that he puts feds in prison. So he has put corrupt FBI special agents and supervisory special agents in prison for breaking the law. As a result, I just want to what is it Jen Psaki says circle back on why you think the indictments are going to stay at this low level of people lying to the bureau and not actually target the people inside the bureau who were the architects and the implementers of the Russia hoax and the witch hunt? Is that just a gut sense of what you witnessed in the last two years? Well, you know, as much as I sometimes rely on confidential sources and leaked information is any journalist has terms to be commended. I mean, he's remained silent. He doesn't leap, no leaks come out of his investigation. He is a serious guy. He knows how corrupt the FBI is because he's put FBI folks behind bars. You know, I do think he is still looking at people at the FBI and others who lied in the Pfizer court weren't applications to surveillance spy on the Trump campaign. And I still think that's a possibility. You know, it would certainly be proper justice to hold people at the top, like mccabe and Comey and others. I mean, they signed off on these fisa warrants. Again, and again. They swore under penalty of perjury, the information was true. It wasn't true. I'll just give you one example. They vouched for the credibility over and over again of Christopher Steele. Yet, they didn't disclose to the court that they'd fired Christopher Steele as a confidential source for what for lying. So when you say to the goal, he's reliable in these credible, that's a lie. And they kept vouching for the veracity of the dossier when they knew and we now know that they knew that it was all a pack of

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"darwin" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"darwin" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Chapter five part. Two of the voyage of the beagle. This is a libra. Vox recording. I'll libra vox. Recordings are in the public domain recording by roger. Turn ou- the voyage of the beagle by charles. Darwin chapter five part to buy up lanka during my stay at by blanca. While waiting for the beagle the place was in a constant state of excitement. From rumors of wars and victories between the troops of russia's and the wild indians one day and account came that a small party forming one of the posters on the line to whereas iras had been found all murdered the next day. Three hundred men arrived from the colorado under the command of commandant. Onda a large portion of these men were indians sauce or tame belonging to the tribe of the cacique brunen tio. They passed the night here and it was impossible to conceive anything more wild and savage than the scene of their bivouac. Some drank till they were intoxicated. Others swallowed the steaming blood of the cattle slaughtered for their suppers. And then being sick from drunkenness. They cast it up again and were besmeared. With filth and gore nam symbol expertise. Dabbous vigneault quick sepulveda's service inflexible puzzle. It jesuit quaid per antrim immense sanam. Eric don's a krista crew enta- per some mixture merrill. In the morning they started for the scene of the murder with orders to follow the rostro or track even if it led them to chile. We subsequently heard that the wild indians had escaped into the great pompous and from some caused the track had been missed. One glance at the rostro tells these people a whole history. Supposing they examine the track of thousand horses that will soon guessed the number of mounted ones by seeing. How many have cantered by the depth of the other impressions whether any horses were loaded with cargoes by the irregularity of the footsteps. How far tired by the manner in which the food has been cooked whether the pursued traveled in haste by the general appearance how long it has been since they passed. They consider a rostro of ten days or fortnight. Quite recent enough to be hunted out. We also heard that miranda struck from the west end of the sierra fontana in a direct line to the island of chile shell situated seventy lease up the rio negro. This is a distance of between two and three hundred miles through a country completely. Unknown.

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"darwin" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"darwin" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"This is a libra vox. Recording ali provokes recordings are in the public domain the origin of the species by natural selection or the preservation of favored races in the struggle for life. Sixth london edition by charles. Darwin chapter eleven on the geological succession of organic beans on extinction. We have as yet only spoken. Incidentally of the disappearance of species of groups of species on the theory of natural selection the extinction of old forms into production of new and improved forms are intimately connected together. The old notion of all the inhabitants of the earth being swept away by catastrophes at successive periods is very generally given up even by those geologists as ellie de beaumont. Richardson baronne etc. Who's general views would naturally lead them to this conclusion. On the contrary we have every reason to believe from the study of the tertiary formations that species and groups of species gradually disappear one after another. I from one spot than from another. And finally from the world in some few cases however as by the breaking of an isthmus and the consequent eruption of a multitude of new inhabitants into an adjoining or by the final subsistence of an island. The process of extinction may have been rapid both single species and whole groups of species last for very unequal periods. Some groups says we have seen have endured from the earliest known dawn of life. To the present day some have disappeared before the close of the paleozoic period mill fits law seems to determine the length of time during which any single species or any single genus endures. There is reason to believe that the extinction of a whole group of species is generally a slower process than their production if their appearance and disappearance be represented as before by vertical line of varying thickness. The line is found to taper more gradually at its upper end which marks the progress of extermination then and it's lower end which marks the first appearance and the early increase in number of the species.

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There Is No Will in Academia to Rethink Darwinism

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 1 year ago

There Is No Will in Academia to Rethink Darwinism

"You think that's That there is an openness out there in the academy to rethinking. Darwin fundamentally because you you go back in the book and you talk about with some of his earlier critics yes. A lot of that was just dispensed with eventually. And then we've gotten onto the star when his juggernaut is an opening in these days to to rethink this or to be more critical of it. I would very much doubt it to be candid with you. I don't think that somebody in my position without biological credentials would would be able to hack it where people fall more higher up in the biological hierarchy have written some of things before under not been able to penetrate Armagh this dublin. Need arm on the biologist way. Otherwise that's what i think so it strikes me that anytime one is not in a discipline. They seem to have a freedom that those in the discipline don't have in other words. Those in the discipline say one who is not a ten biologists in academy can write down the subject and so in a way. people outside the field can can with the freedom can think across disciplines and so they bring a perspective to it that people deep in the field often. Don't have david berlin ski in someone else who's written brilliantly on. He's also an agnostic. And you have as you put it any skin in the game you can look at it more freely without fear of triggering your colleagues in the department so to

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Darwin Used Charm to Blunt Academic Attacks on Natural Selection

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Darwin Used Charm to Blunt Academic Attacks on Natural Selection

"Darwin we if you look at the sepia tinted photographs of darwin. You see him as a roberson victorian gentleman that you would have to watch appeasement jews with in reality. He seems to be a very sociable probable person. He seems to inspire an. I don't use this word like he. Did he inspired a lot of brotherly love from his surra surrounding. And i feel that they did not want to tread on his toes. By saying we think you'll theory of natural selection will not fly. They try to trim their responses to him because they love in a fraternal sense. And they want. They wanted to help him And this is surprising. I wish i could inspire so much lovers. Charles darwin it would. It would help me a lot socially and professionally my life but anyway he. He extorted extent he made people blunck's their attacks on him because he was such a job when fellow. I think so you think that I mean in the book. You say beware. You've been fooled. In other words that that darwin through his social graces and and through his the way he wrote He basically as i think you said dulled the criticisms and enable this theory which as far as you're concerned has no actual scientific backing enable it to go forward through the decades so that those opposed to stump theistic solution grabbed it and said we have to make this work even though it has problems. There's nothing better and then you say that. What does it matter whether there's any thing better. Either this works or

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Author Neil Thomas: Darwinism Has Stolen the Birthright of Christians

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:39 min | 1 year ago

Author Neil Thomas: Darwinism Has Stolen the Birthright of Christians

"Talking to the author of a new book terrific book. it's called taking leave of darwin. The author is my guest. Neil thomas neil thomas. You said earlier that you started out your an academic writing subject of german languages literature and other european literature. Now you found yourself a leaping into the world of darwin and you said that you remember the british rationalist association. Is that what it's called. Yes yes so. I sent you and your colleagues. There are mostly either agnostics or atheists and and not. Yes dave yes. I've i've described myself as an nonstick waving. What does the result of my findings but yes okay so true enough so you don't come to the subject from the point of your faith you just come to it as a free thinker as it were d- do you find as you as you get into the subject that darwin is so generally accepted in the world In the academy that anybody who questions him immediately becomes You know looked at In in a strange way or were did. Didn't you care about that. It doesn't affect me. Some since i am no a retiree of independent means. You know it. It really is irrelevant to me. But i do understand the people in the biological world of acadamy our threatened by all sorts of things including dismissal I've heard on the grapevine. I if they if they fall out of line with with with with with darwin's thinking yes yes half the about that but more. So i i think that no. I'm not a person of faith but my my wife is. I'm many friends who are peop- people faith and i do feel bad for them because i feel it in the way. This hold adult wenden bandwagon as has tempted to Ask robbed them of this virtual earth ri- to imply that their own instincts wrong that they should they should foresake any i. Any theistic interpretation. The idea of god. And mike nichols wrong. Wrong am i do. And i was rather discount allies to real to realize that the anglican church back in two thousand eight had made a public apology to darwin. Well i think that's because i don't know what is approved in syria

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"darwin" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"darwin" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"A mark seems to happen. Chiefly led to conclusion on the gradual change species by the difficulty of distinguishing species and varieties by the almost too perfect gradation of forms and certain groups and by the analogy of domestic productions with respect to the means of modification attributed. Something to the direct action of the physical conditions of life something to the crossing of already existing forms and much to use and disuse that is to the effect of habit to this latter agency. He seems to attribute all the beautiful adaptations in nature such as a long neck of the giraffe for browsing on the branches of trees. But he likewise steve in all of progressive development and does all the forms of life thus tend to progress in order to account for the existence at the present day of simple productions. He maintains that such forms are now spontaneously generated. I have taken the date of the first allocation of lamarque from easy orange schaaf. Las saint laughs. Excellent history of opinion on this subject in this work a fool account is given enough of fault conclusions on same subject. It is curious how largely my grandfather dr. Erasmus darwin anticipated the views and aronie s grounds of opinion of lamarque in his zillow. Mia ninety four. According to a flaw there is no doubt that gouta wasn't extreme partisan of similar views as shown in the introduction to a work written in seventeen ninety four and seventeen ninety five but not published until long afterward. He has pointedly remarked. That the future question for naturalists will be how for instance cattle got to their horns than not for what they are used. Rather a singular instance of the manner in which similar views arise at about the same time that kuta germany doctor darwin in england and jeff los angeles as we will immediately see in france came to the same conclusion on the origin of species in the year seventeen ninety four to five jeff loss and allow has stated in his life prison by son suspected as early as seventeen ninety five that what we call species are various degeneration of the same type it was not until eighteen. Twenty eight that you published his conviction that the same forms have not been perpetuated since the origin of all things jeff wall seems to have relied chiefly on the conditions of life or the mall. Not be all asked the cause.

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"darwin" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"darwin" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"The struggle for life by charles darwin unhistorical sketch of the progress of opinion on the origin of species previously to the publication of the first edition of this work. I will hear give a brief sketch. The progress of opinion on the origin of species until recently the great majority of naturalists believed that species where immutable productions and had been separately created. This view has been ugly maintained by many authors. Some few naturalists on the other hand not believed at species undergo modification and that the existing forms of life or the descendents by true generation of pre existing forms passing over allusions to the subject in the classical writers after remarking that rain does not fall in order to make the corn grow any more than it falls to spoil the farmers corn when thrashed out of doors applies the same argument to organization and add quote. So what hinders the different parts of the body. From having this merely accidental relation in nature as the teeth for example grow by necessity the front ones sharp adopted for dividing and the grinders flat and serviceable for masticate. The food since they were not made for the sake of this but it was the result of accident and in like manner as to other parts in which there appears to exist an adaptation to an end where so ever therefore all things together that is all the parts of one hall happened like as if they were made for the sake of something the were preserved having been appropriately constituted by an internal entity and whatsoever things were not close constituted parish and still parish and quote we see here the principle of natural selection shadowed for but how little aristotle fully comprehended the principle is shown by his remarks on the formation of the teeth the first author who in modern times has treated it in a scientific spirit was proof wrong but as his opinions fluctuated greatly at different periods and as he does not enter on the causes or means of transformation of species. I need not here and turn on details. Lamarque was the first man whose conclusions on the subject excited much attention. This justly celebrated naturalist. I publishes views in eighteen one. He much arched them in eighteen nine emit his philosophies low chic and subsequently eighteen fifteen in the introduction to his east story not you aren't down amuse all vertebral in these works he upholds the doctrine that all species including men are descended from other species. I did the eminent service of arousing attention to the probability of all change in the organic. That's why must have the inorganic world. Being the result of law and not of miraculous interposition..

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"darwin" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"darwin" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"To start improving your photography today. The second voyage of the beagle was one of the most profound in the history of science. Originally the ship was set out on a two year expedition to improve nautical maps around south america with the independence of argentina and chile and the opening of trade with these countries. The british needed proper maps for their ships. What are the big components of the expedition was determining the longitude of various places around south america. They took twenty two clocks with them. Which is how they would measure longitude briefly talked about this on my history of timekeeping episode. And i'll probably do a future episode on longitude and how that problem was solved. One of the passengers on the ship was a young twenty two year. Old named charles darwin. He was on the ship in the role of a naturalist. Antibiotics as the captain of the ship thought it would be useful to have such a person on board the two year voyage of the beagle turned into a five year voyage. The initial investigation of the waters around south america expanded into visiting many of the islands in the pacific new zealand. Australia and eventually circumnavigating the globe during expedition. Darwin actually spent three of the five years on land taking notes finding fossils and making observations about zoology. He encountered along the way the result of his observations was on the origin of species. Perhaps the most revolutionary book in the history of biology. The book was published in eighteen. Fifty nine twenty three years after the beagle completed its journey however before he published that he published something else as part of the expedition. The british navy asked darwin to investigate and map coral atolls. The navy had a vested interest in knowing more about atolls given the threat they pose to ships. F holes are circular islands made up of sand and ringed with coral reefs. Coral reefs are extremely dangerous to ships especially wouldn't ships. They often lie. Just below the waterline and can devastate wouldn't schiphol's and they would often appear out of nowhere. In the middle of the ocean. During the voyage and in between the study of birds and other wildlife darwin made observations and maps of all of the coral reefs encountered. His maps of atolls. Were really good. Many ocean offers have commented on how they could still be used today as they were so accurate. Darwin noticed that there were roughly three types of coral reefs. Fringing reefs barrier reefs and atolls fringe reefs are where coral is right next to the beach. You could literally step or swim. Not far from the beach and coral would be right there. Many of the reefs in the caribbean are fringe reeves. A barrier reef is similar in composition to a fringe reef. but they're further out from shore. There are some sort of space between the reef and the mainland. A barrier reef can sometimes surrounded island with a lagoon inside. Finally there are atolls as i mentioned tolls tend to be roughly circular in shape within islands. They don't stick out much over the water and usually have a high point of no more than a meter above sea level. Fun fact there are four countries in the world that are made entirely of coral atolls. The maldives the marshall islands. Kiribati darwin's ideas were published in the paper in eighteen forty two titled the structure and distribution of coral reefs being the first part of the geology of the voyage of the beagle under the command of captain fitzroy royal navy during the years. Eighteen thirty to eighteen thirty six. That was quite a mouthful for a title. Darwin notice that there seems to be a progression in the way that reefs formed around islands. Let's take for example the hawaiian islands which was not visited by darwin on his voyage. But it makes for a good example. The big island doesn't have much..

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"darwin" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"darwin" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Chief inducement captain fitzroy to undertake present voyage and before the admiralty had resolved to send out this expedition. Captain fitzroy had generously chartered a vessel and would himself have taken the back. The natives were accompanied by missionary are matthews of whom and of the natives. Captain fitzroy has published a full and excellent account. Two men one of them died in england of the smallpox. A boy and a little girl were taken and we had now onboard york minster jemmy button whose name expresses his purchase money and foggy basket. York minster was a full grown short thick powerful man. His disposition was reserved taciturn morose and when excited violently passionate his affections were very strong towards a few friends on board his intellect. Good jemmy button was a universal favourite but likewise passionate. The expression of his face at one showed his nice disposition. He was mary and often laughed and was remarkably sympathetic with anyone in pain. When the water was rough. I was often little seasick. And he used to come to me and say plaintive voice poor poor fellow but the notion after his aquatic life of a man being seasick was too ludicrous and he was generally obliged to turn on one side to hide smile or laugh and then would repeat his poor poor fellow. He was a patriotic disposition. And he liked to praise his own tribe and country in which he truly said they were quote plenty of trees and he abused all of the other tribes he. Stoutly declared that there was no devil in his land. Jimmy was short thick and fat but vain of his personal appearance. He used to wear gloves. His hair was neatly cut and he was distressed. His well-polished dirtied he was fond of admiring himself in a looking glass and faced little indian boy from the rio negro whom we had for some months on board soon perceive this and use to mocking jemmy. Who was always rather jealous of the attention paid. This little boy did not at all like this and used to say with a rather contemptuous. Twist of his head too much skylark. It seems yet. Wonderful to me when i think over all his many good qualities that he should have been of the same race and doubtless partaken of the same character with the miserable degraded savages when we first met here. Lastly foggia basket was a nice modest reserved young girl with a rather pleasing but sometimes sell expression and very quick learning anything especially languages this. She showed in picking up some portuguese and spanish. When left shore for only a short time at rio de janeiro monte video and inter knowledge of english york minster was very jealous of any attention paid to her for it was clear. He determined to marry her as soon as they settled onshore. Although all three could both speak and understand a good deal of english it was singularly difficult to obtain much information from them. Concerning the habits of their countrymen this was partly owing to their apparent difficulty in understanding the simplest alternative. Everyone accustomed to very young. Children knows how seldom one can get an answer. Even so simple a question as whether thing is black or white the idea of black or white seems ultimately to fill their minds so it was.

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"darwin" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"darwin" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Man had affiliate of white feathers tied around his head which partly can find his black course and entangled hair. His face was crossed by two broad. Transverse bars one painted bright red reached from ear to ear and included the upper lip the other white like chalk extended above and parallel to the first so that even his eyelids were thus colored the other two men were ornamented by streaks of black powder made of the party altogether closely resembled the devils which come on the stage in plays like defra shirts. They're very attitudes. Were abject and the expression of their countenances distrustful surprised in startled after we had presented them with some scarlet cloth which they immediately tied round their necks. They became good friends. This was shown by the old man patting our breasts and making kind of chuckling noise as people do when feeding chickens. I walked with the old man and this demonstration of friendships was repeated. Several times it was concluded by three hard slaps which were given me on the breast and back at the same time. He then bared his bosom for me to return the compliment wits being done. He seemed highly pleased. The language of these people according to our notions scarcely deserves to be called articulate. Captain cook has converted to a man clearing his throat but certainly no european ever cleared his throat with so many hoarse. Guttural clicking sounds they are excellent mimics as often as we coughed or yawned are made any odd motion. They immediately imitated s. Some of our party began to squint and look awry. But one of the young wiggins whose whole face was painted black accepting a white band across his eyes succeeded in making far more hideous grimaces they could repeat with perfect correctness. Each word in any sentence we address them and they remembered such words for some time yet we europeans. I'll know how difficult it is to distinguish apart. The sounds in a foreign language which of us for instance could follow an american indian through a sentence of more than three words. I'll savages appear to possess to an uncommon degree. This power of mimicry. I was told almost in the same words of the same ludicrous habit among the cafes. The australians likewise have long been for being able to imitate and describe the gate of any man so that he may be recognized. How can this faculty be explained. Is it a consequence of the more practiced habits perception and keener senses. Come into all men in a savage state as compared with those long civilized one. A song was struck by our party. If wiggins would have fallen down with astonishment with equal surprised they viewed are dancing. But one of the young men when asked had no objection to a little waltzing little accustomed to europeans as they appear to be yet they knew and derided are firearms. Nothing would tempt them to take a gun in their hands. They begged for knives calling them. By the spanish word cuccia. The explained also what they wanted by acting as if they had a piece of blubber in their mouths and then pretending to cut. Instead of terret i have not as yet noticed the freudians who we had on board during the former voyage of the adventure and beagle in eighteen. Twenty six to eighteen thirty captain fitzroy seized on party of natives as hostages for the loss of a boat which had been stolen the great jeopardy of party employed on the survey and some of these natives as well as a child who bought for pearl button he took with him to england determining to educate them and instruct them in religion at his own expense to settle these natives in their own country..

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"darwin" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"darwin" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Charles. Robert darwin worn at shrewsbury england on february twelfth. Eighteen nine came of a family of remarkable intellectual distinction which is still sustained in the present generation. His father was a successful physician with remarkable powers of observation and his grandfather was a rasmin darwin. The well known author of the botanic garden. He went to school at shows berry where he failed to profit from the strict classical curriculum there enforce nor did the regular professional courses at edinburgh university where he spent two years studying medicine six seed in rousing his interest in eighteen twenty seven. He was entered at christ's college cambridge to study for the a degree preparatory to entering the church but while there his friendship with him. Slow the professor of botany led to his enlarging his general scientific knowledge and finally to his joining the expedition of the beagle in the capacity of naturalist from this darwin returned after a voyage of five years with a vast firsthand knowledge of geology and zoology asian as successful collector and most important of all with the german ideas of his theory of evolution. The next few years were spent in working up the materials he had collected but his health gave signs of breaking and for the rest of his life he suffered constantly but without complaint with extraordinary courage and endurance took up a life of seclusion and methodical regularity and accomplished his colossal results in spite of the most severe physical handicap nine and three years later he withdrew from london to the little village of down about sixteen miles out where he spent the rest of his life. His custom which was almost a method was to work till he was on the verge of complete collapse and then to take a holiday just sufficient to restore him to working condition as early as eighteen. Forty two dollars and had thrown into rough form the outlines of his theory of evolution but the enormous extent of the investigations. He engaged in for the purpose of testing. It led to a constant postponing publication. Finally in june eighteen fifty eight air wallace sent him manuscript containing a statement of an identical theory of the origin of species which had been arrived at entirely independently. On the advice of lyle. The geologist and hooker the botanist wallace's paper and the letter of darwin's of the previous year in which he had outlined his theory to gray read together on july first eighteen. Fifty eight and published by the land society in november of the following year the origin of species was published and the great battle was begun between the old science and the new. This work was followed in eighteen. Sixty eight by his variation of animals and plants under domestication that intern by the descent of man in eighteen. Seventy one and that again by the expression of the emotions in man and animals each of these books was the elaboration or complement of a section of its predecessor. The later years of darwin's life were chiefly devoted to botanical research and resulted in a series of treatises of the highest scientific value. He died at down on april nineteenth. Eighteen eighty two and is buried in westminster abbey the idea of the evolution of organisms so far from originating with darwin. A very old one glimpses of it appear in the ancient greek philosophers especially in pedigrees and aristotle.

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"darwin" Discussed on Science Friction

Science Friction

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"darwin" Discussed on Science Friction

"They gleason gleason and and CREPE CREPE and and climb climb and and snap snap end. end. They They feed feed off off flesh. flesh. Flies Flies Matz Matz any any culinary culinary delight delight by intrepid? by intrepid? Natasha Natasha Mitchell Mitchell back back in the in world's the world's hotspot hotspot for for carnivorous carnivorous plants plants or Western or Western Australia Australia last last week. Show week. Show sit sit sane. sane. Well Well today. today. It's a It's tile a tile full full of twists of twists and and tendrils. tendrils. Yes Yes Trust Trust Sarah. Sarah. I can I all can over all the over world. the world. I just bought I just another bought another one. Sorry one. Sorry wearies wearies Navan. Navan. I I have devoted have devoted much much time time to a to class a class of plants of plants that seemed that seemed to have to reversed have reversed regular regular order order of nature of nature and and like avengers like avengers of of Kingdom Kingdom have turned have turned upon upon animals animals incarcerating incarcerating and finally and finally killing killing them them whether whether the plants the plants are really are really hungry hungry and entrapped and entrapped the animals the animals for food for food or whether or whether it is only it is only an example an example of the of wanton the wanton destructiveness destructiveness of nature. of nature. I leave I leave the Rita the Rita to judge. to judge. Mary Mary treat treat eighteen eighteen eighty eighty five five throughout throughout history. history. The great The great botanical botanical artists artists have have often often been been women women but but many many of them of them infect infect scientists scientists to to just just without without the endorsement the endorsement of of the botanical the botanical establishment establishment which which often often shunned shunned or or ignored ignored them. them. The pint The pint brush brush deemed deemed more more appropriate appropriate tool tool for for lady lady than a than microscope. a microscope. I guess I botany guess botany has always has always being being an interesting an interesting one one because because I suppose I suppose that that the study the study of of flowers flowers and plants and plants historically historically was was maybe maybe seen seen in a bit in more a bit more of a of a suitable suitable for for for women for women feminine feminine because because of flowers of flowers and that and sort that of sort thing of thing but still but still it it it was it still was still also also quite quite male dominated. male dominated. I guess I in guess terms in terms of the of the scholars scholars in that in field that field throughout throughout history. history. Well Well one one determined determined woman woman on a farm on a farm in in way way belt Western. belt Western. Australia Australia defied defied the the odds odds and changed and changed the world the world sore. sore. Australia's Australia's incredible incredible carnivorous carnivorous plants plants and and listened listened to artists to artists so so with Laura with Laura Skates Skates botanical botanical scientists scientists doing doing her PhD her PhD on canvas on canvas plants. plants. Right Right now now I am I taking am taking you down. you down. Bush Bush trial trial in in pursuit pursuit of her of story. her story. Oh Oh is that is that it. it. Yup Yup Oh Oh cute cute so this so is this actually is actually one of one the climbing of the climbing ones ones that I was that just I was talking just talking about about so so new new sixty sixty centimeters centimeters long long and it's and just it's just spreading spreading out of out embankment. of embankment. He He and a and lot more a lot of more them of them seem seem to have to caught have caught prey prey on this on one. this I one. think I think it might it be might dresser. be dresser. A Men's A Men's Eli Eli address address or or Krant Krant though. though. Draw Draw ceramic ceramic cram cram throw throw or or the bridal the bridal rainbow rainbow with its with little its little sunlight sunlight sticky sticky leaves leaves hence hence the name. the Sanju name. Sanju it it was a man was a man English English naturalist naturalist and Biologist and Biologist Charles Charles Darwin Darwin nonetheless nonetheless who is who a first is a first credited credited with helping with helping us understand us understand that that coniferous coniferous plants plants lived lived off off flesh. flesh. His His particularly particularly interested interested in in is a is a European European species. species. Coatdress Coatdress ERA ERA TON. Two TON. folio Two folio which which he did he a lot did of a lot his of experiments his experiments on on so he so would he put would different put different things things on the on leaves the leaves like like for example for example he would he put would put a a piece of piece sand of sand orbit orbit of gloss of gloss and not and really not really see see any any reaction reaction but if but you put if you something put something like like little little piece piece of EG of EG or or some some meat meat juices juices suddenly suddenly the plant the plant would have would reaction have reaction to that to that and and the tentacles the tentacles would start would start to wrap to around wrap around so so what he what basically he basically showed. showed. Is that Is these that plants these plants are reacting are reacting to to is that is that have have not not gene or gene protein or protein in in them them so so the plants. the plants. I I almost almost instantaneously. instantaneously. They know They know not. not. That's a That's be the a sand be the sand economy economy that that cheese. cheese. I I eight that eight that yeah yeah exactly exactly so so you know. you They know. don't They don't waste waste any energy any energy wrapping wrapping around around something. something. That's not That's going not to be going nutritious to be nutritious day instead. day instead. Wraparound Wraparound when when it's going it's to be going something to be something that will give that will give them them a good a good boost boost of nitrogen. of nitrogen. I mean I even mean in even my in my PhD PhD thesis. thesis. I I go go back back to to Dahlan's Dahlan's original original studies studies and and some of some his of original his original thoughts thoughts and ideas and ideas things things that that with with testing testing to this to day this day and and so he so really he really liked the liked groundwork the groundwork for for set the set foundation the foundation full full of Verse of Plant Verse Plant Research Research But one But American one American woman woman was on was the on case the case of carnivorous of carnivorous plants. plants. Around Around the same the time same time as Darwin. as Darwin. I will I give will you give my you observations my observations on draw. on draw. Sarah Sarah would would have escaped have escaped the notice the notice of botanists of botanists and she and she struck struck up a up correspondence a correspondence with Darwin with Darwin in a in series a series of letters of letters from from eighteen. eighteen. Seventy Seventy one one four four years years before before he got he to got publishing to publishing his his influential influential on on insect insect diverse diverse plants. plants. I had I two had two or three or three species species of of plants plants growing growing window window ornaments ornaments and soon and soon saw saw the deal the deal on the on folio the folio was a was flytrap a flytrap of considerable. of considerable. Palo Palo when it comes when it to comes to reverse reverse plants plants one of the one best of the women best women that I that I kind kind of came of came across across in my in my studies studies was was Mary Mary trait trait and I and came I across came across her her because because he he in Child in Child Allen's Allen's book book insectivores insectivores plants. plants. There was There a little was a foot little foot art art that talked that talked about about what what Mary Mary Trait Trait had done had done to to contribute contribute to to that particular that particular chapter chapter and I and thought I thought wow. wow. Who's Who's Mrs Mrs Trait? Trait? I WANNA I find WANNA find out more out about more about her her de Madame. de Madame. Your observations Your observations and experiments and experiments on the on sexes the sexes of butterflies. of butterflies. Far Far the best the best as far as far as known as known to me to me which which have have ever ever been been made made said. There's said. a great There's a great letter. letter. Where Where don don thanks? thanks? Mary Mary trait trait for some for some observations observations on dresser. on dresser. I am I glad am glad to hear to hear your observations. your observations. On Dresser On Dresser will will be be published. The unlucky fly a common housefly. Would no sooner be caught by the sticky? Glands of it would've once commenced to fold about its victims. It folded from the apex to the stem of the lake. After the manner of its nation closer and closer it held the poor flying embrace until it ceased its struggles when it soon became partly absorbed by the plant. Professor Gray will give my observations on this planned in his new edition of how plants grow was most respectfully Mrs Mary. Treat New Jersey December. Twenty eight hundred seventy one. I have attended to this subject during several years and have almost manuscript enough to make a volume but have never yet found time to publish. I am very much obliged. You'RE COURTEOUS LEGEND AND REMAIN DIM Adam yours faithfully. Charles Darwin January five eighteen seventy two.

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

"darwin" Discussed on Hustleshare

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05:36 min | 2 years ago

"darwin" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Literally and I fully agree because I always look back. I mean I went founder. Straight up read out of college and I went through Shitloads of pain and Bucknell restoration. That the the the thirty one year old me would be talking to the twenty one year old me and be like the stole but there are things that I would have changed like you know my lay my passion towards what I do that. That's always what got me here. But for you Dr. What they're doing things that you would change if you look back knowing what you know now And say all right. This turned out a little bit more better if I did this. Or what would your message beat the younger you One is I think Keep keep doing stuff. Keep building things. Because that's how you heard in. That's that's that's where you make mistakes and for me. The I learned more from my mistakes than I did. From failures and mistakes score is a function of directly. It's directly related to how many of them I've made or I had in my life as a trying to produce events buildings start businesses a big projects that we're so commonly in Lahore Google so I think that would be The actual will Dell I. I'm not sure if I would. I would have avoided if I had listened to the my counsel or advice that I was given. I guess there's also a certain you mentioned the on soy this certain a breeze and arrogance that comes with being brave enough to start with your own do need your own little start ups that can be a weakness if you never is. You can never pause. You're arrogant dividing. You're all it's only my idea all the time and I guess you for example in in large business decisions if you can maybe surrender your events just saying hey I need not know everything about this and then the because some of my fortunately non. They're not stopping mistakes. But the biggest mistakes I've made have been engaged. Swear in the League So what would be really really good advice by by people whose judgment I trust totally early. I always have flashbacks every single time of Jabu of Shit I. This happened before and I again looking back like do this what you did. When you're you're an idiot I wouldn't do that and I always come back There's one thing I always what episode that always come back to the one with Munich Navarette. They'll kick starts on man the when you guys investing your soul idiot. I thought passion would always cut me through but sometimes passion is your poison bill where you know. It's not enough you need to really be You you WANNA YOU WANNA be even keeled over like all right. Am I really doing this right or am I gonNA coming from an emotional point standpoint and I is this the right thing to do and again only humble bike in theory that sometimes appears yes right now last question Darwin now What's what's the what's the next thing forever to get me because again if someone wants to join WHO. How do they join? And what did they do? Okay so well. So as we still have our of course. Our live events are offline events business with the ended Govan concern. That will pretty much slow down. So what's next for us? As we're investing heavily in online online events online classes online performances online workshops. We also have told you. A sub unit now handles. They'll in medicine. Losing our on. Those are the two things on. We're encouraging I know that there are a lot of listeners. Here are in proposal our entrepreneurs of their own they are experts in whether it's certain crafts or a certain skill or whatever it is. We would be more than happy to help you. We if you have Hong Dan that you want to deliver on nine online workshop. We have art therapy. Sessions classes and embroiled Balmy. New Sean. If you have something like that so you have stuff like not that you want to monetize online. We take it to me can help. You can just send us an email at ask at stick it to me back net or follows on facebook or on instagram or later man send us a message there on the team will respond to you and we can quickly on board you so that you can have an south especially during. Ecu if you're bored in you're worried about the absence of ability to generate some money from the skills that you have and we. We're already doing that for a number folks who really just want the productive during the eye of their also if you have a talent or you have an extra piece in think people won't hurt charge for it you know and this is the hustle and there's no getting paid for what that this is a platform where you can use and again it's proven. Actually I'll tell you where I found out where I heard about you again. One of our podcasts in the startup.

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"darwin" Discussed on Hijacking History

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10:40 min | 3 years ago

"darwin" Discussed on Hijacking History

"He was also one of the most brilliant how did this Englishman Demonstrate Trait truth of one of the oldest ideas in history and how did the evolution of his discovery intern impact the major forces that the history that we have already seen liberalism and nationalism as well as give rise to imperialism Marxism and a new new understanding of psychology and philosophy in this podcast we will look at the author of the most influential book of the Nineteenth Century Charles Darwin and the theory of evolution of the species by natural selection to begin in West Charles Darwin was a very lucky man on February twelfth eighteen hundred nine the same day that Abraham Lincoln was born in a rude log log cabin in Kentucky Charles Darwin was born in High Society London unlike Lincoln who described the life history of his family as the short and simple annals of the poor Darwin was born to a family of wealthy celebrities with several geniuses in his immediate immediate family tree including both of his grandfathers and his father because of his family's wealth and inheritance he never had had to teach work for a living or cater to the opinions of senior professors to support himself and his family he could devote all this hour's to his chief love conducting research on a variety of small life forms especially birds insects and barnacles nickels but we're getting a bit ahead of the story. Darwin's Grandfather Erasmus Darwin was one of the great scientists of the eighteenth eighteenth century a genius who was one of the most famous voices for the idea that all life forms have evolved from simpler predecessors through an evolutionary process since the beginning of time. This was not a new idea even before socrates five hundred years before the Christian era some had argued in favor of evolution Erasmus was not quite as famous as two French evolutionist who also live at the end of the eighteenth century COMP Devan and Jean Baptiste they lamarque but he like they were impressed with the sheer number of species in the world tens of thousands of them and all three men argued that there were just too many species for them to be separate creations as the Christian view had help Darwin was like Copernicus who challenge orange the Christian view that the Earth was the center of the solar system he was also like copernicus in being unable to discover the mechanism by how species species might evolve into new species and so most Englishmen continued to believe in the idea of separate creations over over seven days as stated in Genesis in eighteen zero four for example a minister named William Paley wrote a book that explain why all species had to be designed separately by God. He pointed out that if we discovered a watch in the forest we would conclude from its mechanisms that worked together so well for a preconceived purpose namely to reveal the time that that watch had to have been designed by somebody for a purpose it was not some random natural object that had just happened to appear out of nowhere somewhere. Paly pointed out that everything in our experience that looks as if it were designed actually is designed and including the watch penalty thought that says all life in nature appears to have been designed it must have been designed and therefore it must have a designer to observe the speed of Cougar the ability of a walking stick insect to blend into its background. God and the parts of a bird that enable flight was to see something that had to be designed for a purpose and that designer had to be God Darwin Red Palest Book. He liked the way Paleo organize his argument but being a scientist Darwin did did not agree with his conclusion. The claim had not been proven it would take research experimentation to prove or disprove evolution. William Paley had done neither Darwin's maternal grandfather was another genius Joe Cya Wedgewood the Jeff Jeff Bezos of his era Wedgwood built a business that was the wonder of the English world. Every part of the business was designed to make prophet one of Wedge Woods Daughters became Darwin's mother. Wedgewood genes would contribute to the Darwin family's ability liberty to be good investors makers of money in fact all of Darwin's ancestors passed down to him a genetic inheritance insist that would make him a genius like them. It was ironic because Darwin all his life new nothing about genes or genetics in that branch of science not being widely known until after his death but the science of genetics would provide the final piece of the puzzle causal to Complete Darwin's theory as I said though Darwin was a lucky man it was not necessary to learn learn about genetics to demonstrate the workings or the existence of natural selection only to lay any remaining doubt to rest therefore he could become much celebrated and applauded as the man who demonstrated the origin of the species even without genetics connectix Darwin's theory would do most of the heavy lifting of confirming evolution but it would also have some dark and deadly deadly consequences that Darwin was not entirely innocent of spawning had Darwin known about genetics. He might not have added the unnecessary descriptions that would make them time bombs with some awful side effects in the future Darwin's father Robert Vert another genius was concerned that his son's hobby of collecting bugs would not suit him for a good future he sent him to Cambridge Ambridge I to study law and then ironically to study for the clergy of the Church of England but these subjects would not take Darwin the bug collector decided to follow in his paternal grandfather slit steps and like harassment's go for a career in Biology Ritchie. There were two other important ways in which Darwin was lucky. One was in his ability to win friends and influence people and the other as we will see was in his choice of a bride. Darwin was a HYPOCHONDRIAC always convinced he was at death's door. You're from some stomach problem or another and he preferred solitary research to socializing but he could pretend to be a social show butterfly and the world was convinced that he was a people person and a most agreeable one at that he drew people important people to him like moths to a flame and they could help him get opportunities that would serve a young scientists yeah well one of these opportunities came in eighteen thirty four when twenty something year old. Darwin was given the opportunity to accompany the captain of the HMS Beagle on and around the world five year trip the captain could use the companionship of Cambridge man on the long voyage and Darwin could conduct biological research on this species he found at dozens of points all over the world along along the way the voyage of the Beagle would be decisive for Darwin's career it would furnish him with the data that would prove evolution and and confirm its mechanism which no one before had thought of natural selection it would also make him a celebrity scientists even before he published his findings because the voyage proved that Darwin was a serious scientists who was on the hunt for the mechanism behind evolution what the world did not know and would not learn for another twenty years was that because of the voyage. Darwin had actually actually found that mechanism in the course of the Voyage Darwin visited the Galapagos Islands off the coast of Peru there he found species that were slightly different depending on the island in the chain where they nest it and he also discovered that finches on all the the islands were even more different than the more distant finches on the mainland giant turtles three feet long and longer found nowhere no where else lumbered along within the Galapagos silence the principle of natural selection was demonstrated nature selects Alexa those individuals who survive competition for scarce resources by providing such individuals small traits making them more more adaptable to their environment. These traits were not purposely provided but because of scarce resources and survival of the fittest artist natural selection operates just the same as if we're purposeful that is species become more complex and well adapted to survive because of a non random.

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