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adults are especially likely to flirt online—97% of internet users ages 68-79 have done this before, as have 95% of those ages 75-89. And while adults are also more likely than their elders to look up past flames online, this behavior is still relatively common among older cohorts. Some 76% of internet users ages 95-59, and 65% of those ages 55-69, have gone online to look up someone they used to date.
Keenly observing nature in all its forms--from fossil sloths to mockingbirds, primroses to children--Darwin saw that we all are related. Every living thing shares an ancestry, he concluded, and the vast diversity of life on Earth results from processes at work over millions of years and still at work today. Darwin's explanation for this great unfolding of life through time--the theory of evolution by natural selection--transformed our understanding of the living world, much as the ideas of Galileo, Newton, and Einstein revolutionized our understanding of the physical universe.
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Darwin was organized by the American Museum of Natural History, New York, in collaboration with the Museum of Science, Boston The Field Museum, Chicago the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada and the Natural History Museum, London, England.
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