Darwin's theory


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Darwin's theory

[¦där·winz ′thē·ə·rē]
(biology)
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Manu British Muslims do not believe in Charles Darwin's theory of evolution
The Church recently had the good grace to apologise for misunderstanding Darwin's theory.
Supporters of the evolution ban, enacted earlier that year by the state legislature, argued that Darwin's theory of natural selection undermined biblical teachings and religious faith because it was at odds with Genesis.
The author discusses Darwin's theory of evolution as five separate theories, each with its own history, development, and impact.
In our pieces, we work with a coalescence - a Darwin's theory of movement in which the most wonderful things win out,'' said Wolken.
Darwin's theory of evolution is that organisms produce offspring by chance that vary slightly from their parents.
Furthermore a plurality favors schools teaching both Darwin's theory and creationism.
London, May 13 (ANI): A large scale, quantitative test has proved Darwin's theory of universal common ancestry (UCA), linking all forms of life by a shared genetic heritage from single-celled microorganisms to humans, as correct.
HALF of British people don't buy Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.
In this, the final programme in the polemical series, he goes head to head with creationists and even the Archbishop of Canterbury himself, to state the case for Darwin's theory.
To illustrate Darwin's theory that man and apes shared a common ancestor, director Baz Taylor arranged for Bamber to take tea with Noddy at the Zoo.
The barman believes we evolved from apes, Darwin's theory.