Charles Darwin 's On The Origins Of Species Essay

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This passage is found in paragraph six, Chapter IV of Charles Darwin`s On the Origins of Species. Diverse groups of animals evolve from one or a few common ancestors and the mechanism by which this evolution takes place is natural selection are main points of the evaluation theory, which explains in the book of On the Origins of Species by Charles Darwin, the father of evolution, a modest and affable scientist who believed true about the origins of adaptation, diversity, and complexity among the living forms on Earth. In his book, he tried to puzzle out the process that lead to such diversity and adaptation.

In 1858, both Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace simultaneously published the same theory that species evolve through natural selection, which was called the theory of evolution later on, after presenting to the Linnean Society of London (London Linne Association). However, this publications did not draw much attention at first. A year later, when respected scientist Darwin published his book in an edition of 1,250 copies, On the Origin of Species, in 1859, and then the theory of evaluation was began to accept more and more in the world of science as a reason of his better explanation the theory of evaluation and the process of evaluations within his lifetime. On the other hand, Darwin’s book was criticized across the world and angered the religious bodies and church as well. People, who believe that God created the universe and humans directly, negatively…

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