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of natural selection.
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Scientific theories have generally been based on Darwin's original theory of evolution
by means of natural selection. Darwinism has gone through many revisions
and changes, but the basic idea has stayed the same. Today, scientists around
the world accept Darwinian evolution as how humans have come to be on earth.
Darwin was surely not the first to think of evolution, but he is credited
for making the theory of evolution acceptable and understandable. Darwin
did this by writing his famous book, On the Origin of Species by Means
of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favored Races in the Struggle
for Life. In Origin of Species, Darwin describes how an animal species
would slowly develop, through many generations, as the forces of nature
allowed for certain survival traits. At the time of Darwin, the idea of
evolution was considered a threat to the church. This was the main reason
Darwin's book was not published until 1859. Darwin was afraid of the controversies
that he would arouse with his book. Darwin was forced to publish after Alfred
Russell Wallace also hit upon the idea of evolution by means of natural
selection. There have been many significant evolutionists who have made
very important revisions to Darwinian evolution.
In our time, the theory of evolution has evolved, too. There have been a
substantial number of notable evolutionists who have made significant revisions
to Darwinian evolution. There
have also been many variations of Darwinian