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《国家地理 达尔文的秘密笔记本》(National Geographic Darwins Secret Notebooks)[DVDRip]

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    发行时间2008年
    地区美国
    语言英语
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中文名国家地理 达尔文的秘密笔记本
英文名National Geographic Darwins Secret Notebooks
资源格式DVDRip
发行时间2008年
制作发行National Geographic
地区美国
语言英语
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2月12日,庆祝“进化之父”200岁的生日,在这个纪念的场合,Leroi和国家地理频道重新追溯达尔文在那小猎犬号上举世闻名的航行。
他们发现常常在餐桌上重复的故事并不完全是真实的.
使用达尔文的日记和野外记录,Armand探索那些被遗忘的海岸.从南美洲到南太平洋,他复制了达尔文的旅程,激起达尔文工作的种子见证者就是那些生物,化石和地点,迷住了这年轻自然主义者的想象--和永远改变了这个世界.
关于达尔文的秘密笔记本
当达尔文在Galapagos岛的那一边和船长FitzRoy旅行到南美洲时,他发现一些化石和未知的宝藏.在整个航行中他写下了他的所见以及遭遇在他那本秘密笔记本中。

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In the early 1800s, the British Empire was eager to locate new resources to fuel their industrial revolution, and had an interest in the mineral wealth of South America. New trade relations required creating accurate charts and maps of the region.
Charles Darwin's future ship, the H.M.S. Beagle, was commissioned for this map-making purpose. The captain, Robert FitzRoy, assumed command after the former captain commited suicide at sea.
During the summer of 1831 Captain FitzRoy foresaw that the next Beagle voyage would present an ideal opportunity for collecting specimens of natural history. Captain FitzRoy sought the advice of John Stevens Henslow, Professor of Botany at Cambridge. Henslow recommended a young and promising student, a naturalist named Charles Darwin.
On the morning of December 27, 1831; the H.M.S. Beagle, sailed out of Plymouth harbor under a calm easterly wind and drizzling rain. Darwin became seasick almost immediately and started to have second thoughts about the voyage.
Upon arriving in Brazil, Darwin was disgusted at the sight of black slaves, and got into a quarrel with Captain FitzRoy about the ethics of treating humans as property. FitzRoy flew into a temper and forbid Darwin to share his dinner table with him. After a short cooling off period, Captain FitzRoy apologized to Darwin restored his dining privileges.
Always eager to get off the ship, Darwin spent many weeks collecting fossils in Patagonia, and found huge fossil bones in a cliff at Punta Alta. Darwin knew little about paleontology, but figured any fossils he collected may be of interest to the experts back in England.
Captain FitzRoy had difficulty understanding why Darwin was bringing all sorts of "useless junk" on the ship. The fossils he collected at Punta Alta turned out to be giant rodent-like animals, armadillo shells, ground sloths and giant teeth, most of which were entirely unknown to science at the time.
In Chile, Darwin was curious about the geology of the river valleys he traversed. The walls had layers of sea shells embedded in them. Darwin theorized that the cliffs of the river valley and the Andes Mountains themselves had been slowly rising above sea level. The evidence for a planet in a state of constant flux was becoming stronger and stronger.
On March 4th the Beagle entered the Harbor of Talcuhano near Concepcion. Darwin found fresh marine rocks that had risen a few feet above sea level due to a recent earthquake. Darwin became excited because it was direct evidence that the Andes mountains and all of South America may be very slowly rising above the ocean.
Darwin's observations provided much evidence to geologist Charles Lyell's theory that land masses rose up in tiny increments over extremely long periods of time. Given this fact, Darwin accepted the idea that the Earth must be extremely old.
In Argentina, the crew went onshore to visit a military stronghold just south of Bahia Blanca. The Major in charge of the fort eyed them with suspicion, especially Darwin with his odd-looking instruments. He thought they were spies sent to reconnoiter the fort, and ordered his soldiers to watch them.
In Tierra del Fuego, a small group of Fuegians met the landing party. After a futile attempt at verbal communication, the crew gave the Fuegians some bright red cloth and they immediately became friendly with them. They patted the crewmen on their chests, evidently a sign of friendship.
During the voyage, Darwin spent most of this time exploring on land: three years and three months on land, 18 months at sea.
In Cape Town, Darwin went to visit Sir John Herschel. They had many conversations about volcanoes, earthquakes, the movement of continents, the origin of mankind and how new species came into being. Darwin would end up buried next to Sir John Herschel in Westminster Abbey, London.
On October 2nd, 1836; the H.M.S Beagle finally arrived home after a voyage of four years, nine months and five days.


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