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Charles Darwin (1809-1882) English naturalist / Proposed the theory of natural selection in evolution. Wrote famous book, 'On Origin of Species'; 5 year study voyage on the ship, 'Beagle' / Honored with burial at Westminster Abbey. One of the most influential figures in human history.
Charles Darwin 1809 - 1882 English naturalist. Proposed the theory of natural selection in evolution. Wrote famous " On Origin of Species". 5 year study voyage on the ship "Beagle". Honoured with burial at Westminster Abbey. Described as one of the most influential figures in human history. BUY MY BOOK: THEORY OF STABILITY: ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF LIFE http://www.theoryofstability.com
Charles Darwin (1809-1882) English naturalist. He proposed the theory of natural selection in evolution, and wrote the famous "On The Origin of Species." He was honored with burial at Westminster Abbey, and is described as one of the most influential figures in human history.
Charles Darwin born 2-12-1809 Shropshire, UK, died 4-19-1882 age 73 Kent, UK. Known for his theory of evolution in which he established that all species of life have descended over time from common ancestors and proposed that this branching pattern of evolution resulted from a process he called natural selection.
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Charles Darwin (1809–1882) was an English naturalist. He established that all species of life have descended over time from common ancestors, and proposed the scientific theory that this branching pattern of evolution resulted from a process he called natural selection, in which the struggle for existence has a similar effect to the artificial selection involved in selective breeding. Darwin published his theory with compelling evidence for evolution in his 1859 book On the Origin of Species.
Charles Darwin, a true hero and idol for animal sciences and biology!!
CHARLES DARWIN (biologist and author of The Survival of the Fittest)
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Adding Color To Iconic Photos | Charles Darwin .. this is so awesome makes everything feel real and not like a piece of history.
A series of colorized photos - Charles Darwin 1874 - Iconic historical B&W photos get colorized | Dangerous Minds
colorized photo of Charles Darwin, 1874 Pinning made easy! http://www.pinny.co Pin any photo in any website with a click.
Before and after colorization photo of English naturalist and geologist, Charles Darwin, circa 1874 [685x572]
I've seen these colorized photos by Sanna Dullaway before- but they're still fascinating! Well worth a look!
AMAZING colorization of iconic black and white photos, by Sanna Dullaway.
Realistically colorized historical photo of #CharlesDarwin, 1874
Charles Darwin portrait. (Colorized Photo) by Sanna Dullaway.
Sanna Dullaway: artist / photography restoring and colorizing
Charles Darwin- Vegan
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Charles DARWIN 1869 -- HIs “Origin of the Species” set off a powderkeg when it appeared to scientifically establish that humans evolved from apes. Years later, Darwin is still celebrated in the scientific and broader community as a visionary that held out against religious interests in order to advance the cause of science.
Evolution: Education and Outreach. "'Evolution for everyone:' A course that expands evolutionary theory beyond the biological sciences." - AVAILABLE AND PROBABLY HELPFUL. TALKS ABOUT A NON-MAJORS EVOLUTION CLASS AND HOW HELPING THEM RELATE TO EVOLUTION ON A PRACTICAL LEVEL INCREASES ACCEPTANCE. - in bibliography
Charles Darwin - scientist; Darwin couldn't finish medical school. However, he wrote "The Origin of The Species" and changed the history of science.
Mead, Louise S., Anton Mates. 2009. Why Science Standards are Important to a Strong Science Curriculum and How States Measure Up. Evolution: Education and Outreach 2:359-371 - AVAILABLE. HISTORY OF STATE STANDARDS, ESPECIALLY CONCERNING EVOLUTION. LIKELY HELPFUL. - in bibliography
Charles Darwin shook the world with his theory of evolution causing many to rethink everything they knew, including the origins of mankind. Darwin’s theory would grow as accepted fact in the realm of science and caused major turmoil with those of religious faith. The voyage of the Beagle to the Galapagos islands is now legend, and Darwin’s ideas now form the backbone of all biology. He is one of the most influential people in history.
Insanity Darwin #meme #insanity #darwin #funny #humor #comedy #lol
Charles Darwin, padre de la teoría de la evolución
Charles Darwin Quote Canvas Art Print
Charles Darwin. "In the long history of humankind (and animal kind, too) those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed."
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“If everyone were cast in the same mold, there would be no such thing as beauty.” —Charles Darwin
Who was the photographer? WHO WAS CHARLES DARWIN? |The Garden of Eaden - I love this photo of the smartest man to have walked the earth.
Charles Darwin. Do you think he's saying "Shhhhh. Wait until you discover how many people won't believe my theory"?
My husband introduced me to all things Darwin. A person who revolutionized ideas. A great scientist...... The mystery of the beginning of all things is insoluble by us; and I for one must be content to remain an agnostic. ~ Charles Darwin
The mystery of the beginning of all things is insoluble by us; and I for one must be content to remain an agnostic. ~ Charles Darwin
Art You know it all or you just think you do! inspirational
Charles Darwin. I'm so inspired by this portrait. Wow!
#darwin #science #portrait
Darwin face portrait
1954 England - women on a day trip
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Love these fun ladies! Shop the Women's Causes section in the shop and 7% of the proceeds will go to supporting non-profits that help women's causes. Grace Robertson photograph.
Grace Robertson's photographs capture like no one else's what it was to be an Englishwoman in the years after the war.
1954 England ~ women on a day trip via anne meuleman.--Gettin' a little wild there, girl! (mkc)
Credits photo to the British Grace Robertson (born 13 july 1930 , Manchester England)
It really kind of sucks that it takes most of your life to learn how to live.
1954 England - women on a day trip....this is so me and my friends!!
1954 England - women on a day trip .. girls just wanna have fun!
Grace Robertson photographs - Telegraph. Ladies having fun
Remember to live your life!
Effigy of King Edward III at the White Tower - the earliest European death mask. Edward III reigned from 1327 to 1377; his surplus of sons eventually led to the conflict between the houses of Lancaster and York for the English throne.
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Effigy of King Edward III at the White Tower - the earliest European death mask. Edward III reigned from 1327 to 1377; his offspring divided between the Houses of Lancaster and York leading to the War of Cousins.
Effigy of King Edward III at the White Tower - the earliest European death mask. Edward III reigned from 1327 to 1377. 17th GGF
the earliest European death mask. Edward III reigned from 1327 to 1377; his surplus of sons eventually led to the conflict between the houses of Lancaster & York for the English throne: he had 7 sons & 5 daughters
Edward III, King of England (1327 - 1377)
60 Rare Photos That Will Destroy Everything You Knew about The Past
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Howard Carter, an English archaeologist, examining the opened sarcophagus of King Tut. - Awesome historic pictures with captions
Howard Carter, an English archaeologist, examining the opened sarcophagus of King Tut. Is it just me or is that hand in the coffin pretty fresh?
60 Rare Photos That Will Destroy Everything You Knew about The Past - Howard Carter, an English archaeologist, examining the opened sarcophagus of King Tut.
Howard Carter, examining the opened sarcophagus of King Tut, with no mask or any form of protective equipment. What could possibly go wrong?!
Howard Carter, an English archaeologist, examining the opened sarcophagus of King Tut These 60 Rare Photos Will Destroy Everything You Knew About The Past. Mind = Blown.
Howard Carter, an English archaeologist, examining the opened sarcophagus of Pharaoh Tutankhamun.
Howard Carter arqueólogo inglés y el sarcófago del rey Tut
Howard Carter and my favourite King, Tutankhamun
A Collection Of Rare Historical Photos (43 Pics)
Thank you technology...
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Capabilities #9: Computer Humor | Data Storage | Funny Technology - Community - Google+ via BitsOn We have come so FAR!!! Changes in storage sizes, physical and visual. It's amazing to see how things have changed.
Computer Humor | Data Storage | Funny Technology - Community - Google+ via BitsOn #TechNews #Technology #Innovation #Gov
Computer Humor | Data Storage | Funny Technology - Community - Google+ via BitsOn this is mind blowing
Computer Humor | Data Storage | Funny Technology - Community - Google via BitsOn...I wish I could have a poster of this for my class! The kids would be amazed!
Technology is amazing. My Dad showed me some of IBM's computers during a tour in the 70's-- they were in huge, refrigerated rooms. One computer = one entire room! KJ- Dad told me the same thing. The one pictured on top is much, much smaller than the 1960's ones.
This picture shows how far humans have come in storing information on computers or phones. It is crazy to think that such a small device can hold so much information, compared to 1979 where the hard drive could hold hardly anything. Being a human in the information age, it is much easier to store things on such a small device. Also, it shows how accessible everything is in the information age by having a cheap price and everything you need right on a small hard drive.
I chose this image as it illustrates just how far our capacity to store data has changed in the last 34 years. The size, cost and storage space of memory has made leaps and bounds. As humans what will we do with all that space to store data. Could a computer store a human mind eventual or is that still science fiction. The question may not be how or why, but when. Things once seen as science faction have become realities in the past flight, space travel, hand held communication devices.
Cool technology stuff
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#40 Marvel at the Magna Carta and the three original clauses that are still law after 799 years: http://www.bl.uk/treasures/magnacarta/basics/basics.html
Magna Carta, 1215. Finally England Peasants limited the amount of power of the monarch-first step to limited government
The Magna Carta : Originally issued by King John of England as a practical solution to the political crisis he faced in 1215, Magna Carta established for the first time the principle that everybody, including the king, was subject to the law
A charter of liberties to which the English barons forced King John to give his assent in June 1215 at Runnymede. 2. : a document constituting a fundamental guarantee of rights and privileges
Magna charta cum statutis angliae- (Great Charter with English Statutes). The Interregnum was the period between the execution of Charles I on 30 January 1649 and the arrival of his son Charles II in London on 29 May 1660 which marked the start of the Restoration. During the Interregnum England was under various forms of republican government, for which see Commonwealth of England; this article describes other facets of the Interregnum.
Periods in English history Magna Carta Anglo-Saxon 655–1066 Norman 1066–1154 Plantagenet 1154–1485 Tudor 1485–1603 Elizabethan 1558–1603 Stuart 1603–1714 Jacobean 1603–1625 Caroline 1625–1649 (Interregnum) 1649–1660 Restoration 1660–1688 Georgian 1714–1837 Victorian 1837–1901 Edwardian 1901–1914 World War I 1914–1918 Interwar 1918–1939 World War II 1939–1945 History of the United Kingdom (1945–present) 1945–present Post War
Magna Carta, also called Magna Carta Libertatum or The Great Charter of the Liberties of England, is an English charter, originally issued in the year 1215 and reissued later in the 13th century in modified versions. The later versions excluded the most direct challenges to the monarch's authority that had been present in the 1215 charter. The charter first passed into law in 1225; the 1297 version, with the long title (originally in Latin) The Great Charter of the Liberties of England,
Magna Carta (Week 1) - John 13:34 | 09.18.13 | During the peak of the Medieval Ages, King John of England was ruling as a tyrant. He operated with the mindset of "force & will," meaning that he forced others to do as he willed. A group of men, Barons, refused to conform to his rule and declared they would "stand fast for the liberty of the church and the realm." Writing the Magna Carta, they declared a new rule and a fresh perspective. These Barons wanted to raise the standard of their day.
Magna Carta or The Great Charter of the Liberties of England: the 1215 charter required King John of England to proclaim certain liberties and accept that his will was not arbitrary, by explicitly accepting that no "freeman" could be punished except through the law of the land. Magna Carta was the first document forced onto a King of England by a group of his subjects in an attempt to limit his powers by law and protect their privileges. It was influenced by the Charter of Liberties in 1100.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles, 1949
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Son Charles was born the following year and daughter Anne arrived in 1950. On February 6, 1952, King George VI died, and Elizabeth assumed the responsibilities of the ruling monarch. She and Prince Philip had been in Kenya at the time of her father's death.
Princess Elizabeth with son Prince Charles. I pinned this picture again, because I love Princess Elizabeth.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles, 1949. Granted, she was not the Queen Mother yet.
Queen Elizabeth with, I believe, Prince Charles. ....sweet photo.
The Queen and Prince Charles 1949 | by littlejennywren
Crown Princess Elisabeth and her son, prince Charles
Queen Elizabeth Baby - Yahoo Image Search Results
Princess Elizabeth and Prince Charles, 1949
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles in 1949.
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English colonies before 1763. Zoom in and examine. There's a lot of history in this map!! Love it. This site has lots of great history references...
The English Colonies Before 1763 - With more maps and info
Maps: English colonies before 1763. #maps #history #US
Map: English Colonies in America Prior to 1763
Color Map of the English Colonies Before 1763
English colonies in America before 1763 #Map
Map of Colonial America
The evolution of technology
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The evolution of technology is moving quickly, took 40 years huge bulky cell phones to the iPhone 6, only 25 years for the PC to the tablets today...
The evolution of technology through the image shows us how far we have come. The obvious image shows our determination to make everything we have compact and more functional. It will however to see one of these comparisons from present day technology to 50 years from now. Will we be interacting with laptops or a handheld phone?
This picture shows the evolution of phones over periods of time. As time passes, technology becomes better and phones can be smaller.
Technology has changed so much throughout the years. For instance comparing the first computer/laptop to now there is a vast difference, such as the size, look, brand and technology. The same goes to the first mobile phones, they was huge and chunky, but if you look at todays mobile phones they are slim, small and powerful. Technology has defiantly evolved throughout the years for the good.
Thank God there's lots of good stuff now, but I appreciate and acknowledge how technology began.
This shows the progress of our worlds technologies through the years. It is interesting as everything seems to get smaller and more compact which in this day and age is a lot more useful as you can take them around with you a lot easier in your bag or pocket which is what is needed for busy people out and about. Mobile phones have chance much in 40 years that the 'mobileness' of them is much for appropriate for the purpose of a ' mobile' phone.
Funny to see the changes in technology in just 40 years. What will the next 40 bring?
good view of the evolution of technology, in computers and phones.
The evolution of technology #gadgets
Woman's robe a la francaise, England, circa 1765. Silk plain weave (faille) with silk and metallic-thread supplementary-weft patterning (lamella or strip) trimmed with metallic lace.
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Rococo Dress - England Woman’s Robe a la Française, circa 1765 Costume/clothing principle attire/entire body, Silk plain weave (faille) with silk and metallic-thread supplementary-weft patterning, and metallic lace, Petticoat center back length: 35 in. Robe center back length: 54 1/4 in. From LACMA
Fashion 18th Century Robe a la Francaise costume ball gown circa from 1765 England. Made from silk plain weave faille with silk and metallic thread supplementary weft embroidered flower floral patterning and metallic lace.
Robe a la française, England, silk plain weave (faille) with silk and metallic-thread supplementary-weft patterning, trimmed with metallic lace, c. 1765.
Robe à la Française (sack-back gown) - 1765 - French - silk, cotton - In the front, the gown was open to show off decorative details. I pinned this pic because the dress is so beautiful. I hope i can do sth like that after graduating.
This is how i picture the sleeves. love the lace and bows at the elbows. i also like the trim going down the edges of the opening in the dress. I also like the width at the hips... It isn't too wide for me. Robe a la Française, England ca. 1765 Silk plain weave (faille) with silk and metallic-thread supplementary-weft patterning, and metallic lace
Love this dress a work of art... Woman's Robe a la Française, England, c. 1765, Silk plain weave (faille) with silk and metallic-thread supplementary-weft patterning, and metallic lace, LACMA Collections
I am trying to only show you a few of these beautiful 1700s dresses, but they are so dang gorgeous
LACMA Collections Online - Robe a la Francaise, 1765, England. Step mother
1700 clothing | Historical Clothing 1700's
Charles Dickens reading to his daughters
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Charles Dickens reading to his daughters Charles Dickens, who died 9 June 1870 Charles Dickens reading to his daughters, English novelist, 1812-1870. Credit Lebrecht Authors / Universal Images Group / Universal Images Group Copyright Lebrecht Music & Arts
Charles Dickens reading to his daughters | #scrittore #romanziere #books #library #libri #bookshelves
“There are books of which the backs and covers are by far the best parts.” -Charles Dickens, reading to his daughters
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Charles Dickens reading to his daughters. He made my childhood so magical! :)
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History ~ Charles Dickens reading to his daughters
Charles Dickens reading to his daughters ❤❦♪♫
Charles Dickens reading
" 'The Rice Portrait of Jane Austen' by English society artist Ozias Humphry is widely believed to be the only known painting of Jane Austen."
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Jane Austen Portrait ["Pride & Prejudice" "Sense & Sensibility" etc.] 'The Rice Portrait of Jane Austen' by English society artist Ozias Humphry is widely believed to be the only known painting of Jane Austen."
" 'The Rice Portrait of Jane Austen' by English society artist Ozias Humphry is widely believed to be the only known painting of Jane Austen." Favorite author
'The Rice Portrait of Jane Austen' by English society artist Ozias Humphry is widely believed to be the only known painting of Jane Austen. She was 13 years old at the time of this painting.
Jane Austen (1775 - 1817) whose major novels are 'Sense and Sensibility', 'Pride and Prejudice', 'Mansfield Park', 'Emma', 'Northanger Abbey' and 'Persuasion'. A realist and observer of manners. " 'The Rice Portrait of Jane Austen' by English society artist Ozias Humphry is widely believed to be the only known painting of Jane Austen."
Jane Austen, who wrote with poise about the proper & frugal society she lived in with humor and from the heart, regardless of the nonacceptance of authoresses at the time. \\ " 'The Rice Portrait of Jane Austen' by English society artist Ozias Humphry is widely believed to be the only known painting of Jane Austen."
'The Rice Portrait of Jane Austen' by English society artist Ozias Humphry is widely believed to be the only known painting of Jane Austen. There is new evidence that this much debated painting may really be of Jane Austen.
" 'The Rice Portrait of Jane Austen' by English society artist Ozias Humphry.
Jane Austen by English society artist Ozias Humphry
Jane Austen #muse
Photos, Musicians, Concert, Playing Piano, Ray Charles, People, Photography, Bill Ray
Ray Charles Robinson was an American singer-songwriter, musician and composer known as Ray Charles.| Carnegie Hall, New York City. (1966) Photo: Bill Ray (died 2004)
So we've kinda gone from piano-art-based paintings and images to B&W portraits in the last week...Does this photo not capture a moment many a performer can relate to? #thinkonthursday #raycharles
Musician Ray Charles Playing Piano in Concert by Bill Ray (Framed) by Photos.com by Getty Images at Gilt $279 (over the couch) 34x46
Ray Charles Playing Piano in Concert By: Bill Ray / I was lucky enough to see him many years ago at the old Latin Casino....great show...
Ray Charles Playing Piano in Concert Premium Photographic Print by Bill Ray - AllPosters.co.uk
Ray Charles Playing Piano in Concert by Bill Ray. Premium photographic print from Art.com.
Ray Charles Playing Piano in Concert Fototryk i høj kvalitet af Bill Ray på AllPosters.dk
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Charles Schulz and Spike