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  • Yes he was

    For a variety of reasons, the first being that his theories were not in correspondence with common sense, and I am not just referring to his believing that a species can give birth to offspring of a different species, though this is a very relevant point, all of his theories have either been proven wrong to every one and it's so embarrassing that evolutionists don't want to talk about it and pretend it never happened, or they were proven wrong but the evolutionists hold onto them regardless, for example, one of his theories was that if a giraffe stretched out it's neck, his offspring would have longer necks, never heard of it, probably not, and that is just it, if you read "the origin of species" you will find it i there, but no one mentions it anymore because it is so embarrassing that he thought this, see this link:
    www.Debate.Org/debates/Evolution/54/

  • An idiot how used people ignorance and prejudice to make people think he was smart.

    Darwin I have to laugh when people think he was smart. Here was a mane that thought black people where farrier because the size of there head. Clearly he him self was a racist as was many white people back then. Black people have invented many things and rose to powerful positions in the world today. I bet he would flip.

  • An idiot how used people ignorance and prejudice to make people think he was smart.

    Darwin I have to laugh when people think he was smart. Here was a mane that thought black people where farrier because the size of there head. Clearly he him self was a racist as was many white people back then. Black people have invented many things and rose to powerful positions in the world today. I bet he would flip.

  • Too extreme to be true.

    Such sociological theories need a lot more proof so that they can be counted as facts. "Presumption of innocence/fact" - presumed to be factual till proven a myth can not be a scientific basis for these poor ideas. Science should be a profession of scientists and scientific minds, not political minds.

  • His amazing theories have been found to be accurate and true.

    It seems unlikely that Charles Darwin was crazy. His amazing theories have been found to be accurate and true. They have changed the landscape of academics, science, and biology. He was probably troubled by some of his conclusions at the time, but his thoughts and ideas were vindicated by future scientists everywhere.

  • A brilliant man

    Darwin created one of the best ideals of the natural world; Darwinism. The problem is in our culture, we tend to fix everything which makes genetically inferior types advances through the gene pool. Typically, only the strongest would survive. The problem with this, though, is a line that can be crossed- to sound like Hitler- wanting to rid the Earth of the Jews.

  • Charles Darwin and the Wrong Conclusion

    Contrary to popular understanding evolution and creationism are not mutually exclusive ideas. There is no way to argue that evolution does not occur. This does not mean that the biblical verses are in any way false. It is fully plausible that man was created and that other weaker species adapt over time. Darwin's conclusion from his observations that evolution occurs were simply incorrect.

  • No, he was brilliant.

    Charles Darwin was not crazy, he was brilliant, and throughout history, brilliance has often been mistaken for insanity or craziness. When people are progressive in their thinking, and they are the sole person or in the minority with those theories, they are often seen as "suspect" or crazy, but in fact, years later, the rest of the world catches up intellectually. Society places an unfair burden on such people.


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