160 years after Darwin ‘stirred up the mud’, the ‘controversy’ over evolution by means of natural selection was settled long ago, as far as the scientific community is concerned.
A long-overdue biography of the Victorian scientist, mountaineer, and public intellectual.
After decades of mysterious ailments, and a short, final illness, Charles Darwin died at 4 o’clock in the afternoon of Wednesday 19th April 1882, at Down House, Downe, in Kent.
Thomas Henry Huxley on Neanderthal Man.
A Daguerreotype of Thomas Henry Huxley taken in 1846.