Here is a link to the full text of this book.
If you'd like a print copy--As I prefer--you can go to your local bookstore and buy one for a few dollars.
I'm not reading this book to make any point in debates between evolution and creation. People can believe what they wish.
Here are facts about Darwin and his book from the London Museum of Natural History.
The Origin of Species is not a long book and is written in a lively fashion by Darwin. It merits review no matter your thoughts on how we got here.
While parents and schools matter, when all is said and done over the course of life, it is up to each of us to educate ourselves.
It is the same when we look for alternatives to our money-driven death culture.
The work of everyday resistance is up to each of us.
You see from the picture with the post that Extinct the Mammoth is also reading this book.
Extinct is part of the panel of experts I consult to help write this website.
Extinct recalls a time when his kind was riding high. Extinct wonders if mammoths were flawed, or were just out of luck in some way.
The point of understanding is not to make a point against those who do not share our outlook. Reading this book with such an unproductive view in mind will only take away from what you are taking the time to grasp.
The point of understanding is to better see what is taking place around us, and to find hopeful and better ways to move ahead in life.
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