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Charles Darwin - video and videoscript



One day a letter came to Darwin who twice failed to meet his father's expectations about him.

It said professor Handler recommended Darwin as naturalist to the HMS Beagle scheduled to depart for the West Indies.
His father, who objected to it at first, allowed him to go there after all because of his enthusiasm.
Having boarded the big HMS Beagle, Darwin started a long journey along with Professor Handler's encouragement.
Looking at the broad sea, he said to himself, "I'll observe a lot of things without fail to prove this journey useful."
Darwin observed a lot of animals and plants during his long journey.
"I see all creatures evolve little by little depending on the environment."
He sent Professor handler a letter saying what he saw and how he felt about them.
Professor handler who received Darwin's letter gathered his opinions and submitted them to the relevant academy.
Which was unusually interested in them.
As a result, his name became gradually known to the world.
After finishing a long five-year journey, Darwin returned to his homeland.
He wrote the "Voyage of the Beagle" on the recommendation of Professor Handler.
He married his cousin Emma at the age of 30.
Later on, Darwin began to write the theory of evolution of species little by little.
But he didn't make haste.
'I need a lot of courage and sufficient data in order to prove this theory.'
He collected data for supporting his theory.
Darwin mustered up courage to publish the book, the Origin of Species using the data he had collected.
His book sold like hot cakes and created a stir among people.
There was a big commotion in scientific and academic conferences.
"The Origin of Species is a false theory. It doesn't believe in God."
"Human's ancestors are monkey? Far from it!"
But people gradually began to recognize Darwin's argument based on a lot of data and well-grounded information.
Many people who believed that God had created humans for a long time came to understand the evolution of humans through Darwin's Origin of Species.



Monday, 15 June 2015

Saturday, 13 June 2015

Prince George watches on from Buckingham Palace as Kate joins William in her first appearance since Princess Charlotte's birth for Trooping the Colour

Smiling at the crowds gathered below, Prince George was spotted giving a wave to mother Kate and father Prince William as they both took part in the annual Trooping the Colour parade to celebrate the Queen's official birthday in London today.
Kate, looking elegant as ever in a blue and white floral pattern dress by Catherine Walker, was riding in a open-topped Barouche carriage alongside Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and Prince Harry, in her first appearance since giving birth to Princess Charlotte last month.
Prince William was elsewhere in the parade, riding on horseback alongside Prince Charles, both wearing traditional bearskin hats and red tunics in their roles as Colonels of the Welsh and Irish Guards, and Princess Anne, who is Colonel of the Blues and Royals.


Prince George, who is expected on the blacony of Buckingham Palace later today in his first official appearance on British soil, is pictured smiling at the windows of Buckingham Palace today as the traditional Trooping the Colour parade takes place outside
Prince George, who is expected on the blacony of Buckingham Palace later today in his first official appearance on British soil, is pictured smiling at the windows of Buckingham Palace today as the traditional Trooping the Colour parade takes place outside
All smiles: The prince, who is now two, was seen for the first time in this country last month when he arrived to visit mother Kate and new sister Princess Charlotte in hospital following her birth
All smiles: The prince, who is now two, was seen for the first time in this country last month when he arrived to visit mother Kate and new sister Princess Charlotte in hospital following her birth

Radiant: Kate was seen riding in a horse-drawn carriage alongside the Duchess of Cornwall in her first public appearance since giving birth to Princess Charlotte, while husband William was elsewhere in the parade riding on horseback

Queen Elizabeth, who turned 89 this year, has been celebrating her official birth at the annual Trooping the Colour parade in central London today alongside husband Prince Philip dressed in traditional bearskin and red tunic


Queen Elizabeth, who turned 89 this year, has been celebrating her official birth at the annual Trooping the Colour parade in central London today alongside husband Prince Philip dressed in traditional bearskin and red tunic
Trooping the Colour is a military tradition dating back hundreds of years, but became associated with the royals in the 18th century. The Queen's actual birthday is on April 21 
Trooping the Colour is a military tradition dating back hundreds of years, but became associated with the royals in the 18th century. The Queen's actual birthday is on April 21 
Prince Charles (left) and Prince William (right) wore traditional bearskin hats and red tunics in their roles as Colonel of the Welsh Guards, and Colonel of the Irish Guards respectively
Prince Charles (left) and Prince William (right) wore traditional bearskin hats and red tunics in their roles as Colonel of the Welsh Guards, and Colonel of the Irish Guards respectively
Prince Harry, who left the military last month after a decade in service and two combat tours of the Middle East, rode in the carriage with Camilla and Kate dressed in full military regalia
Prince Harry, who left the military last month after a decade in service and two combat tours of the Middle East, rode in the carriage with Camilla and Kate dressed in full military regalia

George’s father, Prince William, and grandfather, Prince Charles, both of whom will be riding in the procession, attended their first Trooping at two. George will celebrate his second birthday in July.
The parade begins at Buckingham Palace before moving through Horse Guards Parade, The Mall and Admiralty Arch to mark the Queen's official birthday.
The Queen smiles as she heads back towards Buckingham Palace from Horse Guards Parade after taking part in the Trooping of the Colour
The Queen smiles as she heads back towards Buckingham Palace from Horse Guards Parade after taking part in the Trooping of the Colour
Members of the Household Guard march behind the Barouche carrying the Queen and Prince Philip during the Trooping of the Colour
Members of the Household Guard march behind the Barouche carrying the Queen and Prince Philip during the Trooping of the Colour
The annual event has taken place for hundreds of years, but only became associated with the royal family during the reign of Charles II, which it was decided it would mark the official birthday of the monarch
The annual event has taken place for hundreds of years, but only became associated with the royal family during the reign of Charles II, which it was decided it would mark the official birthday of the monarch
Queen Elizabeth, who turned 89 this year, inspects the ranks of the Household Division during a parade to mark her official birthday
Sitting in front of ranks of the Household Division, the Queen and Prince Philip take part in the annual Trooping of the Colour parade
Sitting in front of ranks of the Household Division, the Queen and Prince Philip take part in the annual Trooping of the Colour parade
After returning to Buckingham Palace, Prince Andrew, the Duchess of Cambridge, the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Harry, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice were pictured on the balcony of Buckingham Palace
After returning to Buckingham Palace, Prince Andrew, the Duchess of Cambridge, the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Harry, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice were pictured on the balcony of Buckingham Palace
The Queen, Prince Philip and Prince George are expected on the balcony shortly, which will mark Prince George's first official appearance as a royal on British soil
The Queen, Prince Philip and Prince George are expected on the balcony shortly, which will mark Prince George's first official appearance as a royal on British soil
The monarch, who turned 89 this year, was taken past cheering crowds in a horse-drawn carriage alongside husband Prince Philip, wearing full bearskin hat and accompanying red tunic which he is entitled to wear as he is Colonel of the Grenadier Guards.
Prince Harry was also dressed in full military regalia, the first time he will have worn the uniform in a decade without being in the armed forces, having left the service last month. 
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, was riding in the open-topped Barouche along with Kate and Prince Harry, while Princess Eugenie and Beatrice occupied a third alongside their father Prince Andrew. 
Princess Beatrice was wearing a black jewelled head piece from London milliner Juliette Botterill and an vintage inspired copper coat dress from London -based designer Suzannah. Princess Eugenie is wearing a cream hat also from London based milliner Juliette Botterill. 
Prince Charles, Prince William and Princess Anne take part in the Trooping the Colour parade while mounted on horseback. The Queen also used to ride during the parade, but swapped to a carriage in the late 1980s
Prince Charles, Prince William and Princess Anne take part in the Trooping the Colour parade while mounted on horseback. The Queen also used to ride during the parade, but swapped to a carriage in the late 1980s
Prince Harry is pictured wearing the uniform of an officer in the Household Cavalry, where he remains a Commissioned Officer
Charles, William and Anne are pictured moments after leading Buckingham Palace to take part in today's parade through central London
Charles, William and Anne are pictured moments after leading Buckingham Palace to take part in today's parade through central London
The only senior royals not present are the Earl and Countess of Wessex who will represent the monarch at a Swedish royal wedding.
Prince Charles, who is Colonel of the Welsh Guards, the Princess Anne, Colonel of the Blues and Royals, and the Duke of Cambridge, Colonel of the Irish Guards, are all due to attend the parade but will arrive on horseback rather than by carriage.
The Queen, who does still ride in her spare time, used to attend the parade on horseback, but switched to a carriage in the late 1980s. 
Trooping The Colour is a military custom which dates back to the time of Charles II, when regiments would have their colours displayed daily to ensure their men could recognise them in battle. 
Trooping the Colour is a military tradition  based on parades that would usually take place before battle in which colours - or flags - were paraded so that troops could recognise them on the field (pictured the Household Division make their way to Admiralty Arch)
Trooping the Colour is a military tradition based on parades that would usually take place before battle in which colours - or flags - were paraded so that troops could recognise them on the field (pictured the Household Division make their way to Admiralty Arch)
The parade sees soldiers of the royal palaces march through Admiralty Arch, down The Mall and then on to Horse Guards Parade, before going back into Buckingham Palace
The parade sees soldiers of the royal palaces march through Admiralty Arch, down The Mall and then on to Horse Guards Parade, before going back into Buckingham Palace
Military marching music linked to the history of each regiment on display plays a big part in the ceremony, both to keep time for the marchers, and harking back to a time when battlefield commands were given using drummers
Military marching music linked to the history of each regiment on display plays a big part in the ceremony, both to keep time for the marchers, and harking back to a time when battlefield commands were given using drummers
More than 1,000 soldiers have taken part in today's parade which existed as a military tradition before being associated with the monarchy during the rule of King Charles II
More than 1,000 soldiers have taken part in today's parade which existed as a military tradition before being associated with the monarchy during the rule of King Charles II
Guardsmen march past Buckingham Palace before the Trooping the Colour ceremony at Horse Guards Parade in central London
Guardsmen march past Buckingham Palace before the Trooping the Colour ceremony at Horse Guards Parade in central London
Soldiers of the Household Cavalry wait for the arrival of the carriages during the Trooping The Colour parade at Buckingham Palace
Soldiers of the Household Cavalry wait for the arrival of the carriages during the Trooping The Colour parade at Buckingham Palace
George III declared that it should take place to mark the king’s birthday, a tradition which continues today. 
Colours, or flags, were trooped past ranks of soldiers so they could be seen and inspected prior to battle, and from the 18th century the tradition was taken up by the soldiers of the royal palaces.
In 1748 it was decided that the occasion would also be used to mark the official birthday of the monarch. The Queen's actual birthday was on April 21. 
Members of the Household Division make their way towards Admiralty Arch during the Trooping the Colour parade in London today
Members of the Household Division make their way towards Admiralty Arch during the Trooping the Colour parade in London today
Policemen in their dress uniforms walk past lines of soldiers along The Mall as they prepare for the Queen to be taken past as part of her official birthday celebrations
Policemen in their dress uniforms walk past lines of soldiers along The Mall as they prepare for the Queen to be taken past as part of her official birthday celebrations
Members of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment take up postition on The Mall prior to the Trooping The Colour ceremony
Members of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment take up postition on The Mall prior to the Trooping The Colour ceremony
Carriages containing members of the Royal Family are paraded past the Household Guard on Horse Guards Parade as part of the Trooping of the Colour parade in London today
Carriages containing members of the Royal Family are paraded past the Household Guard on Horse Guards Parade as part of the Trooping of the Colour parade in London today
The event attracted hundreds of spectators, including this boy dressed in a bearskin hat of his own, sitting on his father's shoulders
The event attracted hundreds of spectators, including this boy dressed in a bearskin hat of his own, sitting on his father's shoulders


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