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The Origin of Species: Creationism and Evolution

When Charles Darwin visited the Amazonian rainforest and the Galapagos Islands in 1835 he, along with most of the scientific community of his day, believed in creationism. Come with us to these same sites today to see why he and scientists following him abandoned this theory and replaced it with the theory of evolution by natural selection.

This program explains clearly and convincingly just why creationism was rejected. It also explains the differences between fact and theory in science and explains some lively differences about evolution theory among scientists today.

In The Origin of Species: Creationism and Evolution keys to scientific literacy include:

Aristotle, H.M.S. Beagle, early evolution theories, fossils, James Hutton, Charles Darwin, Darwin's finches, DNA, the fossil record, history of life on earth, human evolution, creationism, evolution by natural selection, Galapagos Islands, Stephen Jay Gould, punctuated equilibrium.

Recommended by Booklist, School Library Journal, Science Books and Films, Journal of College Science Teaching and many other professional journals.

Secondary, College. Closed captioned. Copyright 1997.

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