THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES BY CHARLES DARWIN
Some books have made a great impact on the history of humankind. Some of these works are not innately political. Nonetheless, they still had tremendous potential to move masses of people towards changes. Some of the changes were positive, and others are very negative. One of these history-changing books is 'The Origin of Species' by Charles Darwin.
Charles Darwin was a very shy and introverted man. Since his childhood, he had a natural inclination towards collecting insects and butterflies. This hobby didn't have any scientific intentions. Nor did he intend to discover and promote an idea that will change the history of the world. In his early adulthood, Darwin gets a chance to go for a voyage on a boat to collect and observe different species on remote islands. After the voyage, Charles Darwin returns to Englan and starts promoting his theory of evolution. 'The Origin of Species' by Charles Darwin is a book that explains his theory of evolution.
I read this book out of curiosity. Do I believe in evolution? Yes, I do. Evolution is everywhere. We all adapt and change due to different environments and situations. Some of the situational changes become permanent and they alter our DNA. Evolution exists. However, I also believe in God. We are similar to monkeys. Nevertheless, we didn't originate from monkeys. God created the first human being Adam with hands. This is where my disagreement with the theory starts.
In reality, Charles Darwin hasn't mentioned people even once in 'The Origin of Species'. This is a book about insects, animals, and everything except people. However, some perverted minds have viciously exploited, bused, and misused his works against humanity.
You all have heard about 'The Origin of Species'. This book won't give you any practical knowledge. Neither will it teach you about the origins of people. You can get familiar with Darwin's theories our of curiosity, but nothing more than that. His work is simple words. He hasn't provided any scientific data to prove his theory. Hence, his books should be treated accordingly.