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Charles Darwin: the years of controversy; The origin of species and its critics, ,. Skip to main Skip to similar items.
HathiTrust Digital Library. Search full-text index. Available Indexes Full-text Catalog Full view only. Advanced full-text search Advanced catalog search Search tips. Search HathiTrust. Tools Cite this Export citation file. Similar Items Darwin and modern science; essays in commemoration of the centenary of the birth of Charles Darwin and of the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of the Origin of species.
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Author American Philosophical Society. But hey, he did coin the idea of survival of the fittest. Maybe he used his insight to discover the secret of eternal life and is currently surviving in great fitness on some tropical island in the Galapagos Archipelago. Charles Darwin, of course, is the father of the theory of evolution.
So why would Darwin be proud of us? Science, of course, has benefited tremendously. In the field of paleontology: the idea of evolution has shed light on fossils, and vice versa. Biologists have learned about what it is that makes a species thrive, and how ecosystems and the species in them become extinct because of natural selection. Human psychology only ultimately makes sense in the context of evolution: we do what we do and think how we think because of that innate drive to survive. Literature, technology, music, politics, religion—you name it—the theory of evolution is pervasive in our society, and who do we have to thank for that?
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This is exactly what Dr. Alycia Stigall, a geologist at Ohio University, works on. Invasive species, as Stigall pointed out, are everywhere, even in your backyard. Take the house sparrow, for example.
These little guys were native to Britain, but now there are more than million in the United States. Other common invasive species include dandelions, rats, mice, pythons, and zebra mussels.
Darwin understood human agents of transport, and the speed at which some of these motions can occur. This was due, in large part, to brachiopod invasion.
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The species that survived the invasion events were those who could live in diverse environments and were less ecologically specialized. Invasive species themselves, in fact, are just that: generalists, not specialists. If the presence of invasive species results in depressed speciation rates, perhaps being aware of invasive species will help us preserve diversity in the future. Please visit Ithaca Darwin Days for a full schedule of events, and this column for more summary reports during the week. Founded in , PRI has outstanding programs in research, collections, and publications, and is a national leader in development of informal Earth science education resources for educators and the general public.
Natural selection produces best fit regardless we like or not the result.
Evolution does not require moral or cultural values. There is no native or invasive species, good or bad living organisms. All living species are the best as long as they are able to reproduce themselves.