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Artist or CreatorPeter Brookes
Title or Caption[no caption]
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Published byThe Times
Date26 Feb 2000
FormatColour Photocopy
Embedded text or transcriptTheory of Devolution
Once certain that devolution had happened, the unnaturalist 'Tony' Darwin propounded his view of unnatural selection in his tome Origin of the Specious (1859). This tract enthusiastically supported the idea of the survival of the least fit in the race for local supremacy. Fundamentalists and normal folke alike (partucularly in London and Wales) were outraged at this insult to their modus vivendi democratus, but he denied he was attacking God's work because, after all, he was God.
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Anthony Charles Lynton Darwin (1809-1882)
Person DepictedDobson; Frank
Blair; Anthony Charles Lynton (Tony) (1953-)
Implied textBooks: On the Origin of Species by Charles Darwin published 1859.
SubjectsLabour Party
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evolution
poodles
SeriesNature Notes
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