The theory of evolution is always in question. As is the theory of gravity. And the germ theory of disease. That is why we have scientific researchers in all these fields all over the world. Otherwise research would have stopped years ago and the labs would all be gathering dust. Evolution has progressed in the 150 years since Darwin, however his basic premise of common ancestry remains, although undoubtedly the theory has grown in complexity since the 19th century.<quoted text>
Ok, following your reasoning, since there are one or two points (and there are more!) that Darwin was wrong on (ie racism, totally linear evolution), then you should just call his whole theory into question, correct?
As for Darwin on race, we can just go back to page one of this ver thread. Which of these are wrong: