Flowers for Imbeciles: A Critique of The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin {Part Two}

This is the second part of this series. In order to view the first part, click here.Flowers for Imbeciles: A Critique of The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin {Part One}

Here I sit, a tableau of benighted intellect incarnate. At present, I remain perched on the crapper with a hot dog in one hand and a copy of The Origin of Species in the other. I’m leaning towards the view that Darwin’s chapter on natural selection is rather less than forthcoming. It recalls a certain genre of questionable intellect that is most popular among middle aged male college professors.

It should be noted that this particular chapter captures the elegance of an overweight pigeon evacuating their bowels to an Enya track.  A fiction on the most high; it evokes me to ponder the most existential of life questions. The foremost being of why haven’t eskimos evolved furry skin yet or why tropical humans do not possess a reflective outer shell?

Moreover, the very title of the book is economical with the truth as a new species cannot evolve by natural selection. Well, in memorable fashion my intellect remains suspended in Limbo. Perhaps I  will now embark on selling tupper wares or view the Hallmark Channel……..

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