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Did Ray Comfort plagiarize part of his "special introduction" to the Origin of Species?
Adding to the recent celebrations of the sesquicentennial anniversary of the publication of Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species on November 24, 1859, were three members of NCSE, writing for their local newspapers.
The latest issue of Evolution: Education and Outreach — the new journal aspiring to promote accurate understanding and comprehensive teaching of evolutionary theory for a wide audience — is now available on-line.
Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species was published on November 24, 1859, and the sesquicentennial festivities are everywhere!
Evolution of Evolution: 150 Years of Darwin's On the Origin of Species — a new on-line resource from the National Science Foundation — debuts in celebration of the sesquicentennial anniversary of the publication of Darwin's seminal work.
If you recently picked up a copy of Ray Comfort's edition of On the Origin of Species—the edition with the "special" introduction by Comfort calling Darwin a racist and claiming Adolf Hitler was Darwin's most famous "student"—get protection!
First, download the NCSE Safety Bookmark. Carefully open the book past Comfort's intro, turn to page 59 for Darwin's introduction, insert the bookmark, and start reading!
Your brain will thank you.
To see the bookmark in action, watch our special safety video.