Darwin's theory of evolution has been scientifically confirmed in a study performed by an international team of biologics at Technion in Israel, the United States, France and Germany. The team found that the selection of successive traits occurred naturally in a process that Darwin called deterministic inheritance, instead of by seemingly random providence. To prove the point, the researchers tracked the development of 40 characteristics in 51 species of nematode—a species that reproduces so quickly that its evolution can be easily tracked in the lab. By following the changes in of the nematode, they found that the statistically valid means of evolution was natural selection of successive traits, as Darwin predicted, rather than random providence.
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