What is evolution? Evolution is the process that all living things developed from primitive organisms over billions of years ago. Up to this day know one knows exactly how evolution occurs, but there are many theories. Including, the Carolus Linnaeus theory, the Erasmus Darwin theory, Jean-Baptiste Lamarck theory, and last but certainly not least Charles Darwin theory. Many people are skeptic which mean they think that evolution is fake and don’t want to even hear the facts behind it, these people usually believe in creationism. Creationism is the belief that the universe and all creatures were created from a divine creature known as god.
Carolus Linnaeous was a Swedish botanist and physician. He is also known as the father of taxonomy and also known as one of the fathers of modern ecology. Later in his life Linnaeous went to Lapland where he explored many different plants and animals. Upon, his return home he realized he had found 100 different plants and animals. This was one of the first accounts of evolution.
Erasmus Darwin was an English physician and natural philosopher. Darwin has done many things but, the first thing he did was he translated the works of Carolus Linnaeous from Latin to English this took about 7 years. But his most important scientific work is called Zoonomia, which is a system of pathology which mostly talks about generation. He also was one of the first people to describe survival of the fittest, which is that organisms that are stronger or faster or smarter will most likely survive rather than people who are slow or weak or dumb.
Jean-Baptiste Lamarck was a French naturalist, biologist, and soldier. Lamarck mostly focused on two main points of Evolution the first was that environment gives to changes in animals. This means that an...