So I've become one of those people who actually works all day long at work. (What went wrong?) I thought about posting a Happy 199th Birthday Darwin! but only briefly before many things came up, as they always do anymore.
'Sall good. I don't think he'll mind.
From New Scientist:
The website will concentrate on a different academic field inspired by evolutionary theory each month, beginning with the social sciences and economics. "Researchers are very keen to spread the message about Darwin's work," says Pat Middleton. "It's applicable to modern life itself."
Ironically, it's never entirely regardless of personal problems or proclivities that Darwin's great observation is constantly being worse than ignored or forgotten by uncounted millions of willfully delusional Homo Saps, despite its relevance to absolutely everything that Humanity sees, does and is.
That preeminent irony is one of the juicier, more fecund muses for this blog over the last few years. I hope that sites such as Darwin Today will continue to spring up and couple with immeasurable youthful aspirants to understanding in the decades to come. Such hopes may be all that stand between our species and premature self-extinction.