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    (PDF/EPUB) [The Voyage of the Beagle] ´ Charles Darwin This book is Charles Darwin's journal of his 5 year voyage on the HMS BeagleThis journey marked the second of Captain Fitzroy and the Beagle but the first for 22 year old Charles Darwin who had decided to become a naturalist like Alexander von HumboldtDarwin had stopped studying medicine and refused to become

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    (PDF/EPUB) [The Voyage of the Beagle] ´ Charles Darwin Free read ¿ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ô Charles Darwin Charles Darwin ô 8 Review What I wrote in my LJ while I was reading itSo I've started reading The Voyage of the Beagle I've only read a chapter or so so far but it's very enjoyable I just kind of wish I'd paid attention to my geology classes in school It's a lot relaxed and not nearly as self conscious and defensive as TOoS was It's all along the

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Ugh he did warn the reader they could skip this bit if they weren t interested which is very civil in him that apparently he s read all of the different accounts related to the loss of the Wager as well Hee He references Byron Bulkeley and Cummins and Anson Be still my sueeful heartNow we re in Valparaiso where sings the sky is blue and all the leaves are green The sun s as hot as a baked potato And he probably The Lonesome Rancher (The Quilt Shop in Kerry Springs feels like it s a shpadoinkel dayAnd of courseandoms cross again when he visits Cochrane s old hacienda of uinteroAlso this phrase just made me chortle a relation of the great author Finis who wrote all booksOh Charlie you dork Today in the life of DarwinOr rather January 1835 in the life of DarwinOr precisely stuff what I just read in the bathHokay so we re still running around Chile visiting people clambering through orests and clocking animals with geological hammers in re still running around Chile visiting people clambering through orests and clocking animals with geological hammers in time honoured tradition of naturalists everywhereWhen DISASTER Earthuakes Volcanoes erupting Mayhem Destruction Death And Darwin somehow has the gall to say thisFrom this circumstance Concepcion although not so completely desolated was a terrible and if I may so call it picturesue sightPicturesue Picturesue No Darwin you may not call it that IdiotaAnyway this sets him off Geology is his baby and there s now pages upon pages of gleeful rambling about The Other Brother fault lines and tectonic plates and the effect of time and islands raised and drowned etc etcNow there s two chapters ahead of me in Cochrane country Valparaiso and then heigh ho off to the Galapagos to clock someinches turtles and auatic land animalsGalapagos Chapter everybody knows thisDarwin He s mopy and grumpy and really not liking Waimate or anything about the south island of New Zealand at all though most of New Zealand is getting shot down The Nannys Secret for being a bunch of war crazy ugly uncivilizedilthy barbarians with ugly tattoos He s not getting much work done and people keep randomly shooting at other people and he s in a A Haunting Obsession funk A deepunk Stupid island Stupid tattoos Stupid orcs This in GREAT contrast to Tahiti which to him A Lady of Notoriety (The Masquerade Club for just the little time he was there was heaven on earth Everybody wasriendly and smiling there was The Gingerbread Men (Christmas Town food everywhere that tasted divine the people were so much better looking than Westerners and oh he just adored the tattoos I mean he really really liked those Tahitian tattoos Did he mention loving the tattoos yet And how handsome people are It must be the tattoos He s not ready to say much inavour Turning the Good Girl Bad for against the missionaries there since he says he s read conflicting accounts by people who have been thereor Poison (Bloodline Trilogy, farar longer than he has and therefore should know a lot better but I think Darwin has left a tiny little piece of his heart therehokay i little piece of his heart thereHokay I had a bit of a longer reading session just now and Kekasih Sang Miliarder Yunani finished the Voyage of the Beagle By now I ve sort of gotten used to reporting the good bits back to LJ here so you try to keep them in your mind as you read onI was going to mention how some people at Waimate have partially redeemed New Zealand in his eyes how very very mixed his impression of Australia was I was going to go over his thoughts on atolls and barrier reefs strangely uninterestingor someone who has grown up on the National Geographic channel and takes all these things Conte Bilingue en Français et Espagnol (Apprendre lespagnol) (French Edition) for granted his descriptions of Keeling Island Mauritius and AscensionBut then oh then he went home And that last chapter is so beautiful people you have no idea It s personal emotional and wonderful and justor the joy of reading this one chapter alone I would than recommend this book He talks with immense and very real regret about his inability to put into words all that he has seen he launches into the most spirited rages and rants against the injustices of slavery he remembers Raw Materials And Brewhouse Operations fondly the scenes he thought the most beautiful the scenes he thought the most horrific and the scenes he knew would be the most memorable in the end He talks about the people he has met with such warmth ofeeling and at the very end he addresses any young budding naturalists who might be readingI eel like it would be a great shame not to pass this on But I have too deeply enjoyed the voyage not to recommend any naturalist although he must not expect to be so ortunate in his companions as I have been to take all chances and to start on travels by land if possible if otherwise on a long voyage He may The SEALs Baby feel assured he will meet with no difficulties or dangers excepting in rare cases nearly so bad as he beforehand anticipates In a moral point of view the effect ought to be to teach him good humoured patiencereedom rom selfishness the habit of acting or himself and of making the best of every occurrence In short he ought to partake of the characteristic ualities of most sailors Travelling ought also to teach him distrust but at the same time he will discover how many truly kind hearted people there are with whom he never before had or ever again will have any urther communication who yet are ready to offer him the most disinterested assistanceCharles Darwin I love you. Wijd aan het onderzoeken en classificeren van de op zijn reis verzamelde voorwerpen en het was onder andere dankzij dit onderzoek dat hij op zijn theorie over het ontstaan van soorten kwam Darwins werk zorgde voor een revolutie binnen de wetenschap maar had ook invloed op maatschappij ilosofie en religie De acceptatie van evolutie zette de mens neer als een diersoort onderdeel van de natuur in plaats van een boven de natuur staande levensvorm Samen met de erfelijkheidsleer van Mendel vormt Darwins evolutietheorie tegenwoordig de basis van alle biologische kenni. Ve read Origin of Species and other works The Voyage of the Beagle doesn t grab me like his other works I suppose I am not much a The Mistress of His Manor fan of Travel literature Just not my thing Don t interpret my rating as a downing of the book It is just not my thing and I do like Darwin s other worksUpdate 9142020 Flashes of insight in biology and geology mixed in with some 19th century prejudices of an Englishman on a voyage I mean he is a little better and open than your average blokerom that period but definitely caught up in the conventional wisdom of the time A little jarring to delicate 21st century ears but understandable given who he is and where he came Taming the French Tycoon from I think the writing in his later books is better What I wrote in my LJ while I was reading itSo I ve started reading The Voyage of the Beagle I ve only read a chapter or so soar but it s very enjoyable I just kind of wish I d paid attention to my geology classes in school It s a lot relaxed and not nearly as self conscious and defensive as TOoS was It s all along the lines of Hi all We arrived on Random Island today The trees are pretty but the people didn t even give us coffee Can you believe it Anyhoo I The Husband Hunt (Smoky Mountain Matches, found a rock that turned out to be bird shit and a octopus spat in myace today Yay It was the happiest moment of my life More tomorrow ByeeeeVery adorable He also keeps hitting things with his geological hammer I m still reading the VotB as well which really is a bit of an adventure novel not in the least because it really reads like a diary and because Darwin seems to have a healthy sense of humour about himself Every other page he seems to make a The Real Deal (Harlequin Blaze, fool of himself in some way or another Also he seems surprisingly humble and insecure in his naturalisticindings He records and very tentatively makes links but at this point most of the big work seems to be done by the people he sent his samples back to He also really seems to The Witchs Initiation (The Dark Lords fanboy Humboldt to be a staunch abolitionist and I am sure he really pissed FitzRoy off when he carried eight or nine dinosaur skeletons on boardAlso another Darwin uote that I just read in the bath The captain at last said he had one uestion to ask me which he should be very much obliged if I would answer with all truth I trembled to think how deeply scientific it would be it was Whether the ladies of Buenos Ayres were not the handsomest in the world I replied like a renegade Charmingly so He added I have one other uestion Do ladies in any other part of the world wear such large combs I solemnly assured him that they did not They were absolutely delighted The captain exclaimed Look there a man who has seen half the world says it is the case we always thought so but now we know it My excellent judgment in combs and beauty procured me a most hospitable reception the captainorced me to take his bed and he would sleep on his recadoThis book is too Police Procedural fricking amusingYet Darwin because I might as well keep you updated now We re in Patagonia and have just gone on an upriver hikeboatride to the Cordilleras I veound out I Read These Books Much Like these books much like read naval passages in Patrick O Brian It s not like I skip anything and I get the main gist and it makes sense while I m reading but I don t actually retain it all by a long long long shot Impressions stay and I learn some new things if only through repetition but a lot of it I lose again almost immediately Darwin keeps referencing Jack Byron s accounts now and I The Mediterranean Billionaires Secret Baby feel so very guiltyor not remembering a lot of these things So yes aside Mischief in Regency Society from a series of clear impressions and aew remembered names The Wrong Wife for each region there is disturbingly little I remember Humboldt would have bitchslapped me long agoAt least I have the consolation that Darwin apparently always carried aew books With Him To Identify him to identify with That eases the sting a bitAlso points to you Wordsworth Editions for not translating the French passages In any case out of all the period accounts by naturalists that I ve not translating the French passages In any case out of all the period accounts by naturalists that I ve so The Welshmans Bride / The Overlords Bride / The Saxon (Warrior, far this is byar the most My Heart Belongs to That Boy fun the most entertaining and the most readable I d recommend it to anyone who wants to play around with this natural science business not in the least because Darwin shows so much of himself Humboldt much as I love him only occasionally mentioned Bonpland and only very rarely himself Darwin stays in the tradition of well I m tempted to say Stephen Maturin s journal No romantic woes or anything but scientific observations coupled with observations on the people he travels with coupled with God I m so cold and wet and miserable and I just want to be shot of this place It s nice Also animals are cute in this From condors to spiders tooxes to armadillos You get the The Puppy Proposal (Paradise Animal Clinic feeling that if he d known it he would definitely have chosen Boom de Yadda as his personal theme song Ch 11 and 12 on the next leg of the journey with Darwin leaving Patagonia and headingor ChileAll I still want to remark upon on the Patagonian side where he went on a very wide tangent on the heights of snow lines and the descent of glaciers and his usual geological geekery and sort of lost me tho. Natuurlijke theologie die religie en weten schap verenigde Dankzij de waarnemingen en ontdekkingen die hij in de loop van zijn leven deed ging hij echter steeds meer twijfelen over zowel de gangbare ideeën over soortvorming als zijn persoonlijke geloof Tijdens een onderzoeks reis met het schip de Beagle 1831 1836 bezocht Darwin Zuid Amerika Australië het zuiden van Afrika en diverse eilandengroepen in de Grote en Indische Oceaan Op al deze plekken bestudeerde hij de plaatselijke dieren planten ossielen en geologie Een groot deel van zijn verdere leven was ge. It might sound like a little dry to read a scientist Observations Of An Expedition of an expedition that wasn t the case The Cowboy Target (Protection Specialists, for me Charles Darwin s Voyage of the provides aascinating glimpse on Darwin s early impressions of race slavery decolonization the dichotomy of savagery and civilization and the survival of the The Devil Wears Kolovsky (House of Kolovsky fittest as well as his descriptions of a wide variety ofauna and stunning natural scenery The Beagle was sent on a surveying mission by the Royal Navy initially it was intended to last three years but it was extended to Rhaege (Fire Dragons, five and the ship circumnavigated the globe The captain Fitzroy wanted a companion on the voyage and through a convoluted series of events ended up with a youthful Darwin along which so annoyed the official ship s Naturalist who was also the surgeon as was common that he resigned and left at theirst port of call part way across the Atlantic Fortunately another surgeon was appointed at the same port Very little of what Darwin wrote actually talks about the oceansthis is because he was no great sailor and spent most of his time aboard acutely seasick Which in turn is why Darwin contrived to spend three out of The Spite Game five years on landAll this and is discussed in an excellent introduction to this edition which has printed the 1st edition abridging Darwin s journal by approx 13 however I m not sure how toeel about that have I been saved Terror Trail (Stony Man, from really dull stuff that would have made what is a pretty lively book a chore to read Or have I missed out on some interesting material Weirdly having made this 13 chop the original Naval ordersor the mission are included along with Fitzroy s essay attempting to reconcile the Bible specifically the Deluge ie the Noah story with contemporary geology Even weirdly both of these appendices are worthwhile The mission orders are very practical and sensible and as specific as practicable and not as I imagined they would be vague and bureaucraticFitzroy s essay reminded me of the kind of thing that went on in Oxford and Cambridge in the Middle Ages where people devoted themselves primarily to attempting to reconcile reality with the Classical philosophers and the Bible deploying a lot of casuistry and not much else Thornes Wife for the most part Roger Bacon being a notable exception and look what happened to him yep locked up by he Churchor practising black magic The The Braddock Boys fact is that even at the time of Beagle s voyage it was clear that the Earth had to be orders of magnitude older than the historical record with Genesis taken atace value suggested and literal belief in the Bible particularly the Old Testament was crumbling amongst the educated scientists Christianity itself was still axiomatic In a Storm of Scandal for most however and Darwin no exception at the time as cannot be mistakenrom this bookGetting back to Darwin and his book the Voyage is a rarely dull often vivacious account not only of the The Perfect Seduction flora andauna Darwin encounters but also of the geology people and societies he encounters too the latter providing most of the The Deception (MTG Agencies funny and dramatic moments of which there are many I cannot recommend it to people uninterested in geology and biology however Readers who cannot cope with such entries as a detailed theory of theormation of coral reefs still considered correct as Stallion Magic far as it goes I believe will get bogged down uite often That said anyone who has successfully waded through The Origin of Species willind this an easy ride by comparisonDarwin displays an interesting blend of progressive attitudes eg anti slavery and typical of his day Victorian Christian notions eg Christian Western Europe is the pinnacle of human societies whilst observing on the many different nations and cultures he encounters alongside the wildlife and geology Apparently the people of Tierra Del Feugo are the least improved on the planetWhat you won t The Highlanders Dark Seduction (Secrets Of The Darroch Clan, find here is a theory of evolution the uestion of the origin of species arising only aew times and then very obliuely and in passingIn conclusion nowhere near as important as Origin of Species but much Hot-Blooded (Harlequin Blaze, fun to read Darwin s own account of the now almost legendaryive year voyage of the Beagle is an entertaining illuminating and The Women of Bayberry Cove fascinating read Darwin writes with such enthusiasm that it s difficult not to be swept up in the journey and the remarkable things he witnessed and studied as he circumnavigated the globeThe only thing Iound slightly disappointing was Darwin s attitude towards some of the peoples or as he refers to them savages he interacted with on his trek Darwin was The Test Of Love famously anti slavery but it becomes painfully clear in the reading of this book that he did not object to slavery because he saw slaves as eual human beings suffering a horrific injustice but rather he objected to slavery in the same way somebody today might object to cruelty to animals He took pity on slaves but he still regarded them as lesser beings His views may have been progressiveor his time but perhaps unrealistically I d hoped The Other Wife for I know Darwin s epic voyage was importantor his development of the theory of natural selection and evolution and I ha. Charles Robert Darwin was een Engels autodidact op het gebied van natuurlijke historie biologie en geologie Darwin ontleent zijn roem aan zijn theorie dat evolutie van soorten wordt gedreven door natuurlijke selectie Het bestaan van evolutie werd nog tijdens zijn leven binnen een groot deel van de wetenschappelijke gemeenschap geaccepteerd De acceptatie van natuurlijke selectie als aandrijvend mechanisme liet langer op zich wachten en is tegenwoordig onomstreden Darwin werd gelovig opgevoed en opgeleid volgens de ilosofie van de in die tijd in Engeland gangbare. The Voyage of the Beagle