Evolution is the reason for many different species and their existence. Evolution proves that there is much more to the world than the human can see. Charles Darwin had looked into the eye of the storm, and found something revolutionary. His research has changed and reshaped science in it’s own very existence; changing how scientists see their works. Charles created a new way of thinking, and proven that there is always an alternate reason why something is the way it is, and how it became that way, not to mention he constructed against religion that proves itself to be wrong. Everything has a reason, and evolution has made that reason clear to us, through Darwin’s works.”Charles Darwin is best known for his work as a naturalist, developing a theory of evolution to explain biological change.”
On February 12, 1809, Charles Darwin was born. His childhood home took place in Shrewsbury, England. While he was a child, he took a liking to and collected shells, bird eggs, rocks and minerals, and insects. Him and his sister had gotten into multiple ‘debates’ about killing the insects, so he always had to find a corpse of an already dead insect, if he wished to collect. Later into his childhood, when he was only eight years old, his mother, Susanna, had passed away. This did not bother him as much until his later years, considering he was too young to understand what was going on. A year after that, his father, Dr. Robert Darwin, had settled young Darwin into Shrewsbury school. “ Darwin was a child of wealth and privilege who loved to explore nature.”
When Charles was nine years old, his father had enrolled him into Shrewsbury school in Shrewsbury, England. He did not enjoy most of the curriculum in which the school had assigned Charles. This disappointed him, but he continued to find other interesting things that go on in the school. The classes he turned out enjoying were natural science, natural history, and some algebra, even though it was a little bit hard for him. “In 1825 he attended the University of Edinburgh with the goal of becoming a doctor, but he soon lost interest in that profession”.When Charles was 16 years old, he had enrolled himself in Edinburgh, along with his brother, Erasmus, “Ras” for short. Two years later, he enrolled himself at Christ’s College, after...