On the “Sisyphean Evolution of Darwin’s Finches”

ALX1, American Museum of Natural History, Bailey McKay, Bell Museum, Biological Reviews, Charles Darwin, Darwin's Finches, Evolution, finch beaks, Frank Sulloway, Galápagos Finches series, Galápagos Islands, Geospiza fortis, haplotypes, Jonathan Wells, Katma Award, Michael Behe, morphology, Peter and Rosemary Grant, Robert Zink, Sisyphus, University of Minnesota
Scientific data are followed by the myth: “Finch beak morphology observed on the Galápagos Islands was used by Darwin to formulate his theory of evolution.” Source
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Cancel Caribou? Another Questionable Tribute at the American Museum of Natural History

alt-right, American Museum of Natural History, Benjamin Tillman, Central Park West, Confederacy, Darwinian scientists, Darwinism, eugenics, Evolution, German Southwest Africa, Grant’s Caribou, history, human breeding, Human Zoos, John West, John Zmirak, Kanye West, Ku Klux Klan, Madison Grant, Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood, Rangifer tarandus granti, Richard Spencer, South Carolina, statues, The Biology of the Second Reich, The Passing of the Great Race, Theodore Roosevelt
The role of science in justifying racism and eugenics is a subject that needs to be opened up wide, not decorously ignored any longer. Source
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