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Nickell John Romjue’s time-traveling Darwin returns to his family home and offers some final reflections on his eye-opening visit to the 21st century.
Charles Darwin learns about DNA and the other discoveries of molecular biology that have occurred since he developed his theory.
Romjue’s Darwin explores what we’ve learned about the fossil record since Darwin’s time on Earth — and it’s not what he expects.
What would the gentleman of Down House think about the science of the 21st century?