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tags: The Beagle Project, science, fund-raising, humor, streaming video This strange and amusing streaming video features a self-described “fat, bearded chap with a Charles Darwin fixation” whom I know in real life, has an important purpose: Let’s knock ourselves out to rebuild the HMS Beagle and use this vessel to follow Darwin’s journey of discovery!…

tags: Sandwalk, Down House, Darwin, nature, photography, London, England, Bromley, England Part of The Sandwalk, which is located on the periphery of a large parcel of land that is occupied by Darwin’s Down House and associated grounds comprised of flower gardens, food plant gardens, and a greenhouse. I liked the mysterious look of this portion…

tags: Sandwalk, Down House, Darwin, nature, photography, London, England, Bromley, England, sciblog A gate in a brick wall next to the greenhouse behind Darwin’s Down House, where Darwin conducted a lot of his botany experiments. Image: GrrlScientist 31 August 2008 [larger view]. Sunday, the day after the Nature Network Science Blog conference was over, Mike,…

tags: Sandwalk, Down House, Darwin, nature, photography, London, England, Bromley, England Darwin’s Down House near Bromley, England, a short train ride away from London. This view of the house was snapped from the gardens in back of the house. If you look closely, you can see part of the cafe (under the blue umbrellas) to…

tags: Darwin, Darwin’s Birthday, images The Definitive Darwin. Image: The Nonist. A century and a half after Darwin’s most important work was published, people still seem to have a hard time wrapping their minds around its implications, or are made nervous and upset by them. The authors at The Nonist thought it was high time…