Poking around in flowers’ private parts.
An exploration of how Darwin kept track of his various notes, enabling him to produce a huge body of work.
A contentious gong · loads of links · book recommendations · Alfred Russel Wallace’s missing ‘L‘
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.
Photo of the figurehead from Huxley's ship.
Brian Switek, FCD, on the Richard Owen (villain) v Thomas Henry Huxley (hero) stereotype.