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Published in 2000, Dr. Jonathan Wells's book Icons of Evolution gives examples of what he calls falsehoods, mythology, and hoaxes that pass for evidence of Darwinian evolution. Wells is a biologist and senior fellow of the Discovery Institute's Center for the Renewal of Science and Culture. He presents an intriguing look at how strong devotion to Darwinism has led to biology textbooks containing misinformation.

Charles Darwin: Interviews and Recollections, edited by Harold Orel and published in 2000, contains over twenty excerpts from longer works by and aboutDarwin. The writings cover his family background, his voyage on the Beagle and his relationship with its captain, and his final years working at his home in Downe.

A loving father-daughter relationship is a driving force behind much of Schnackenberg's poetry. And so it is for sportswriter Geoffrey Norman, who decided to celebrate his fiftieth birthday by climbingGrand Teton Mountain only...

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