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le 18 octobre 2015
This is a quick review of the book not a dissertation on Darwin or any other subject loosely related. At first I did not know what to expect. I already read " The Voyage of the Beagle: Charles Darwin's Journal of Researches". I figured the book would be similar. However I found "Origin" to be more complex and detailed.

Taking in account that recent pieces of knowledge were not available to Charles Darwin this book could have been written last week. Having to look from the outside without the knowledge of DNA or Plate Tectonics, he pretty much nailed how the environment and crossbreeding would have an effect on natural selection. Speaking of natural selection, I thought his was going to be some great insight to a new concept. All it means is that species are not being mucked around by man (artificial selection).

If you picked up Time magazine today you would find all the things that Charles said would be near impossible to find or do. Yet he predicted that it is doable in theory. With an imperfect geological record many things he was not able to find at the writing of this book have been found (according to the possibilities described in the book.)

The only drawback to the book was his constant apologizing. If he had more time and space he could prove this and that. Or it looks like this but who can say at this time. Or the same evidence can be interpreted 180 degrees different.

In the end it is worth reading and you will never look at life the same way again.
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le 16 juillet 2011
This is a quick review of the book not a dissertation on Darwin or any other subject loosely related. At first I did not know what to expect. I already read " The Voyage of the Beagle: Charles Darwin's Journal of Researches". I figured the book would be similar. However I found "Origin" to be more complex and detailed.

Taking in account that recent pieces of knowledge were not available to Charles Darwin this book could have been written last week. Having to look from the outside without the knowledge of DNA or Plate Tectonics, he pretty much nailed how the environment and crossbreeding would have an effect on natural selection. Speaking of natural selection, I thought his was going to be some great insight to a new concept. All it means is that species are not being mucked around by man (artificial selection).

If you picked up Time magazine today you would find all the things that Charles said would be near impossible to find or do. Yet he predicted that it is doable in theory. With an imperfect geological record many things he was not able to find at the writing of this book have been found (according to the possibilities described in the book.)
The only draw back to the book was his constant apologizing. If he had more time and space he could prove this and that. Or it looks like this but who can say at this time. Or the same evidence can be interpreted 180 degrees different.

In the end it is worth reading and you will never look at life the same way again.

The Voyage of the Beagle: Charles Darwin's Journal of Researches (Penguin Classics)
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le 30 novembre 2012
Combien y a-t-il d'auteurs qui soient aussi souvent évoqués, portés aux nues ou maudits, sans même avoir été lus? Combien y en a-t-il dont les travaux théoriques et pratiques confèrent une assise à autant de domaines scientifiques?

Présomptueux de vouloir "commenter" un texte qui est entré dans l'Histoire.
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le 8 décembre 2012
Pour les passionnés du vivant et comment nous en faisons partie.
Je suis admirative des connaissances du 19 siècle. Darwin n'avait d'ordinateur pour la compilation de ses données.
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le 8 janvier 2010
Il faut le lire, tout comme il est important de connaître des éléments téologique, il faut lire ce livre afin d'avoir un regard tourner vers l'horizon plutôt que vers ses pieds.
Bien écrit, parfois termes techniques plus difficiles, papier très fins.
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le 13 novembre 2011
This book is boring due to the length of the explanations, I was very pleased to have finished the last page of this book. However it is a good introduction of Darwins assumption.
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