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  • Submitted By: alopez67
  • Date Submitted: 04/13/2016 6:18 PM
  • Category: Science
  • Words: 541
  • Page: 3

Charles Darwin: Evolution Theory

Charles Darwin showed the world that there was more to the story behind our existence. Creationism is the belief that we were all created the way we are right now in just seven days by God. There is no practical reality behind the idea of all mankind being created so long ago exactly the way we are now. The people in the beginning of time had no need for the knowledge that we have now and were no way capable of being able to comprehend such things. Our minds and our capabilities have advanced one generation at a time. Our bodies are capable of exceeding and achieving so much more than a man could even fathom 4,000 years ago. Charles Darwin proved to us the reality of evolution of mankind; but those who believe in creationism believe God created all this around us the exact way it is now in 7 days.

Charles Darwin was an observer of nature and a very good one at that. He was dedicated to his work which led to the discovery of several different types of plants and animals. Charles set off on a five year journey to South America and at this point even he has believed that God made the whole world only a couple thousand years earlier. In a way, he too was a borderline creationist.

Darwin spent those five years making discoveries that would change peoples idea of creation for years to come. He dedicated all of his time to studying the plants and animals in South America. During this time of observation he realized that these plants and animals have been adapting to their environment year after year. The animals have been changing to the environment so that they may survive in the worsening conditions around them. Plants also have been adapting to their surroundings for similar reasons, to simply survive the worsening conditions of their environment.

Charles Darwin did much more than just make observations, he collected, studied, dissected, made new classifications, and took samples and different types of specimens for...

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