Looking for Darwin

Looking for Darwin In one of the most inhospitable places on Earth zoologist Lloyd Spencer Davis comes face to face with an enraged leopard seal Towering ice cliffs a ferocious creature of the deep and the extreme An

  • Title: Looking for Darwin
  • Author: Lloyd Spencer Davis
  • ISBN: 9781877361227
  • Page: 307
  • Format: Paperback
  • In one of the most inhospitable places on Earth, zoologist Lloyd Spencer Davis comes face to face with an enraged leopard seal Towering ice cliffs, a ferocious creature of the deep, and the extreme Antarctic environment all turn Davis s world view on its head What the hell am I doing here This question sets Davis on a quest for insight and meaning in a world that stillIn one of the most inhospitable places on Earth, zoologist Lloyd Spencer Davis comes face to face with an enraged leopard seal Towering ice cliffs, a ferocious creature of the deep, and the extreme Antarctic environment all turn Davis s world view on its head What the hell am I doing here This question sets Davis on a quest for insight and meaning in a world that still pitches theories of evolution against belief in a Creator the science of natural selection against a faith that asserts our world was crafted by Intelligent Design.With a self deprecating grin packed along with his cabin baggage even when his passport isn t Davis decides to follow the travels of the eminent nineteenth century naturalist, Charles Darwin the man who did to change our understanding of this planet than any other biologist Looking for Darwin gives us a personal and intimate insight into Darwin and what drove the man.It is also an attempt to resolve that initially panicked and then far reaching question, that first hit Davis on the big ice With a wealth of research and vivid imagery along with a disarming honesty Lloyd Spencer Davis takes the reader on an unforgettable world tour.

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    1 thought on “Looking for Darwin”

    1. Interesting but flawed. The travel reports were mildly amusing, but on the whole this book is a funny mixture of a travel book, Darwin commentary and popular science exposition on evolution. I found the use of profanity jarred a little in the dialogue, and the writing style changed from a sort of Barry Crump hunting story to a populist science explanation. I did not disagree with most of his observations, but the author needed to decide which book he was writing. Where are the editors I question [...]

    2. I really enjoyed this book. Part travel memoir, part history, part biography of Darwin. Entertaining and thought provoking.

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