Evolution - What Darwin Never Knew

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When it comes to creation of the world, there are 2 generally unified theories. One is the Big Bang, and the other is that God created the universe.

The first one is closely related to Darwinism, movement that got its name after its founder, Charles Darwin. He was the one who wrote “On the origin of Species”, a book in which he claims that man evolved from apes.

Now, while science has backed up most of Darwin’s theories and suggestions, there are few riddles that the famous scientist couldn’t answer back in the day. This documentary answers some of the questions he could not answer, all of which are related with nature and evolution.

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