Charles Darwin

Charles Robert Darwin (*1.2.1809) born in Shrewsbury in the United Kingdom (†19.4.1882 at the age of 73 years ). He is known as the originator of the theory of the origin of life on earth – the theory of evolution. He published on 24 November 1859 his most famous work “On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection or The Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life “. In this book he summarized his observations of the Galapagos Islands. As a major force in the process of evolution Darwin defined the mutation, which ensures the diversity of life and the natural selection, which selects from this diversity the best adapted individuals. When Darwin was writing his book, the today’s knowledge of genetics was not known at that time and thanks to that his theory expanded quite rapidly. When the DNA structure and genetics were discovered, there was an effort to adapt this theory to new knowledge. Scientists have discovered that the helix of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) contains very sophisticated coded information. The origin and modification of this encoded program, written through combinations of four nucleotides, the theory of evolution is unable to meaningfully demonstrate that this information developed by itself through random processes without the intervention of an intelligent Creator. You can read more about it in the book “Revolution in the evolution”. As it is written later in the stated book, the evolutionary process is also taking place in the present, but if this was true, then all over the world there would be also animals in their transition stages. As these evolutionary intermediate stages are not seen anywhere on the planet, on no species, from this it follows that the claims of the theory of evolution are not right.