Thursday, 12 February 2009

Darwin 200

Charles Darwin visited the Santa Cruz river valley in 1834. He interpreted the valley as having been formed over millions of years. In a new 10-minute video, geologist Steve Austin shows that the landscape that Darwin saw was formed rapidly by a giant flood. Two hundred years after Darwin's birth, he asks: what else was Darwin wrong about?

For more information, see also Steve Austin's article, Darwin's First Wrong Turn:

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