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Charles Darwin and his work is celebrated every year on his birthday, february 12th. Reading his iconic book has been long overdue. Here's my take on The Origin of Species.  "He must  be a dull man who can examine the exquisite structures of a comb, so beautifully adapted to its end, without enthusiastic admiration."  Charles Darwin commenting on the cell-making instincts of the Hive-Bee. Last year I read The Voyage of the Beagle, Charles Darwins travel journal from his trip around the globe. I wrote a review and I can wholeheartedly reccommend the book.  The collections he made during the trip, the following studies, and numerous experiments that led him to formulate his famous theory. Not to mention all the correspondance he did with the many ex... Les mer

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I´m interested in the natural world and normally read books about science such as biology, our evolutionary history, astronomy, and general popscience. I occasionally dabble in archeology, philosophy, ancient history, and world religions too. To mention a few interests. I´ve also been interested in Diving, Kayaking, and Triathlon for years. Have also done all kinds of martial arts for more than 10 years. I´ve now been working for the Norwegian Humanist Association (Human-Etisk Forbund) since 2012.

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