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1 Guide Guide This section is a reference to the writings regrading the theory of evolution at theora.com.

The summary column contains references to the original text
of The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin.

Evolution Theory For Kids is a brief illustration describing evolution theory in simple terms.

On The Origin Of Species, Darwin Call, noSoul and life
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The balance between verifiabilty and surrealism is presented by this order.
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Douglas Adams
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Charles Darwin
Charles Darwin


The Book
The Book


The Cheetah is perfect.
So is the Amoeba.
The Orangutan is not even close.
Neither is Man.

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Evolution Theory For Kids
Evolution Theory For Kids

Orangutan
Orangutan

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amoeba

man
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10 Chapter 1 Variation Under Domestication Causes of Variability - Effects of Habit - Correlation of Growth - Inheritance - Character of Domestic Varieties - Difficulty of distinguishing between Varieties and Species - Origin of Domestic Varieties from one or more Species - Domestic pigeons, their Differences and Origin - Principle of Selection anciently followed, and their Effects - Methodical and Unconscious Selection - Unknown Origin of our Domestic Productions - Circumstances favourable to Man's power of Selection - Summary

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20 Chapter 2 Variation Under Nature Variability - Individual differences - Doubtful species - Wide ranging, much diffused, and common species vary most - Species of the larger genera in any country vary more than the species of the smaller genera - Many of the species of the larger genera resemble varieties in being very closely, but unequally, related to each other, and in having restricted ranges - Summary

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Cheetah
30 Chapter 3 Struggle for Existence Bears on natural selection - The term used in a wide sense - Geometrical powers of increase - Rapid increase of naturalised animals and plants - Nature of the checks to increase - Competition universal - Effects of climate - Protection from the number of individuals - Complex relations of all animals and plants throughout nature - Struggle for life most severe between individuals and varieties of the same species; often severe between species of the same genus - The relation of organism to organism the most important of all relations - Summary

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