Bartolome Island. Cerro Brujo, San Cristobal.
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Chinese Hat Islet. Cormorant Point, Floreana Island. Daphne Major. Darwin Bay Genovesa. Dragon Hill Santa Cruz Island. Egas Port, Santiago Island.
El Barranco Genovesa Island. Elizabeth Bay. Espinoza Point, Fernandina Island. Espumilla Beach Santiago Island.
Gardner Bay Espanola. Kicker Rock, San Cristobal Island. Las Bachas, Santa Cruz Island. Los Lobos, San Cristobal Island. Moreno Point, Isabela Island. Mosquera Islet. New Mangalore, India. North Seymour Island. Post Office Bay, Floreana Island. Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz Island. Puerto Villamil, Isabela Island.
Punta Pitt, San Cristobal Island.
Punta Suarez. Rabida Island. Yet two troubling issues surfaced in those early years. Darwin's growing skepticism about religion caused Emma great pain, which in turn caused her husband deep sadness. And Darwin began to suffer increasingly severe and mysterious bouts of illness that would plague his entire working life.
By the time Darwin drew up this list of the pros and cons of marriage, his father had assured him of a generous living allowance. Still, the issue of freedom to work dominated Darwin's internal debate. Was he willing to give up the "conversation of clever men at clubs," or risk being forced into a time-consuming and frivolous social life? Could he tolerate "less money for books"?
A negative even slips in, unnoticed, among the positives: "terrible loss of time. Darwin may not have had a candidate in mind when he wrote this list, but Emma was a logical choice. The Darwins and Wedgwoods were linked by several generations of matrimony, and Emma was the only Wedgwood daughter of marriageable age.
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Charles was by turns charming, boyish and thoughtful during his three-month engagement. Darwin, and Emma too, continued recording observations of Willy and his later siblings over the next 15 or more years, and his investigation into the natural history of babies became a key line of inquiry aimed at understanding human evolution. Dispersal, orchids, sundews, domestication, climbing plants … all were of a piece, but there were only so many hours in a day.
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Darwin may have been energized by his friends entering the fray, but perhaps a bit alarmed too, to let the argument get too far ahead of him. He had his own ideas about human origins, so even while he struggled to finish his domestication volumes in the s, he renewed his efforts on people, including the natural history of babies.
In an early instance of crowdsourcing, in , he produced a question survey on facial expression and gestures in peoples of varied races and cultures.
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Is astonishment expressed by the eyes and mouth being opened wide, and by the eyebrows being raised? Does shame excite a blush when the color of the skin allows it to be visible? And especially how low down the body does the blush extend? When a man is indignant or defiant does he frown, hold his body and head erect, square his shoulders and clench his fists? When considering deeply on any subject, or trying to understand any puzzle, does he frown, or wrinkle the skin beneath the lower eyelids?
A nd on and on , about expression of contempt, happiness, sadness, puzzlement, disgust, resignation, and more. Which muscles are involved in these expressions, and why? For one thing, it is the first scientific book to be illustrated with photographs. Advances in photography the heliotype process in this case made the snapshot possible, capturing a moment in time as opposed to the long exposures that required subjects to hold still for extended periods.
What better way to reveal the muscular action behind expression of our emotions, whether beaming, pensive, or sad?
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Not surprisingly, he was impressed with an early article by the Frenchman Hippolyte Taine chronicling language acquisition by his infant daughter and urging readers to corroborate his ideas by observing other children. No doubt as long as man and all other animals are viewed as independent creations, an effectual stop is put to our natural desire to investigate as far as possible the causes of Expression…He who admits on general grounds that the structure and habits of all animals have been gradually evolved, will look at the whole subject of Expression in a new and interesting light.