Thursday, June 23, 2011

Darwin's notes that led to the book "The Origin of Species" to be digitized and published online

Darwin, the first person to really get an recognition as a supporter of anything other than creation theory, famously wrote a book about his findings while studying for years on what is now known as the theory of Evolution. That book, "the Origin of Species" was based on the culmination of many years of research, including his travels on the famous HMS Beagle to the Galapagos islands among many other unique locations. Now all of his many notebooks (~750) are going to be digitized and published online in coordination with Cambridge University, beginning with an initial run of 330 books.

Wifey is going to love this...

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