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Darwin's chemistry set

We have looked at a number of Darwin’s comments in his book and correspondence during this series of articles.


It is clear, of course, that he was a strong advocate of evolution through natural selection, but he did highlight some of the difficulties he saw with his theory, though he imagined that forthcoming research would clarify the problems. In fact, we believe that the subsequent research has raised the level of these problems.