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BONDAD, Sofia Danielle N. BIO 140 March 02, 2016 Charles Darwin is one of the scientists that gave us a better understanding about life, but like other renowned scientists, his journey was not as easy. Like Albert Einstein, Darwin was not good in school. He disagrees with the kind or method of education he is having during his time, and enjoys learning through experiences. He was forced to focus on other fields, but still pursued to be someone he really wants. He chose to be naturalist and went to an expedition to different places including the Galapagos. In my opinion, Darwin hit the “jackpot” when he was in Galapagos, because his theory on natural selection (which he was best known for). His observations on the different kinds of finch beaks helped him in his career. After his expedition to different islands, lots of observations, papers, and specimen were collected, but no ideas were being constructed until the arrival of another scientist. This scientist’s idea was read by Darwin, and he saw its similarities to his observation in Galapagos. This
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Unformatted text preview: scienTst’s idea was read by Darwin, and he saw its similariTes to his observaTon in Galapagos. ´his accident resulted to his theory, the “´heory oF Natural SelecTon.” Back in Darwin’s Tme, a lot oF his Fellow scienTsts were criTcizing his work and do not accept his theory, but their lack oF jusTfcaTons conTnued the acceptance oF Darwin’s theory. UnTl now, even at exposure to di²erent methods oF scienTfc experimentaTon, Darwin’s theory cannot be quesToned and conTnues to be accepted by the scienTfc community. Darwin’s success was not easy. It shows us that breakthroughs does not happen in a blink oF an eye. Like his theory, breakthroughs happen as Tme passes by. We need to give our hundred percent e²ort and dedicaTon to our chosen feld in order to Fully understand it. It doesn’t ma±er how you started everything, but what ma±ers is the process you underwent, how much you’ve learned, and how you fnished it....
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