Richard Dawkins: The Genius of Charles Darwin

As we approach the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the publication of Charles Darwin’s masterpiece, On the Origin of Species, Richard Dawkins presents the ultimate guide to Darwin and his revolutionary theory of evolution by natural selection which Dawkins considers the most important idea ever to occur to a human mind. In this powerful three-part polemical series, Dawkins explains who Charles Darwin was, how he developed his theory, what it is, and why it matters. He reveals how Darwin changed forever the way we see ourselves, the world and our place in it, and hopes to convince us that “evolution is a fact, backed by undeniable evidence” According to recent polls four out of 10 British people still believe in God as the creator of the universe and everything in it. As a scientist, and Britain’s best-known atheist, Dawkins believes that such people simply don’t know enough about the evidence for Darwin’s entirely natural explanation of life on Earth – evolution.

This video is only Episode 1 of 3, but as I can’t find part’s 2 and 3 yet, but I wanted to share this I’m doing this post earlier than I might otherwise.

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Jeff Randall is a frequent volunteer for free-thought organizations, including the Center For Inquiry – DC. Having been blogging since January 2008, he decided that a community of bloggers would be an interesting new experience (or at the very least a fun way to annoy his friends into reading his posts more frequently). Since finding out about about the existence of, and then joining, the atheist/skeptic community in 2007 he has been committed to community activism, critical thinking in all aspects of life, science, reason, and a fostering a secular society.
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