Darwins Rigorous Methodology
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Darwin's Rigorous Methodology

July 14, 2010
Darwin not only published his theory of evolution, but he brought much more than that to the sciences for centuries to come, including a rigorous methodology for studying natural phenomena. Darwin took observations from many sciences, synthesized one theory--the theory of evolution--and offered a holistic view of life on Earth through that theory. The result revolutionized the methodology of studying the life sciences.

To learn more about Charles Darwin and his contributions to science, see the National Science Foundation special report, Evolution of Evolution: 150 Years of Darwin's On the Origin of Species. (Date of Image: 2008)

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