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Charles Darwin describing an earthworm taking a crapA worm after swallowing earth whether for making its burrow or for food soon comes to the surface to empty its body The ejected earth is thoroughly mingled with the intestinal secretions and is thus rendered viscid After being dried it sets hard I have watched worms during the act of ejection and when the earth was in a very liuid state it was ejected in little spurts and when not so liuid by a slow peristaltic movement It is not cast indifferently on any side but with some care first on one and then on another side the tail being used almost like a trowel As soon as a little heap is formed the worm apparently avoids for the sake of safety protruding its tail and the earthy matter is forced up through the previously deposited soft mass The mouth of the same burrow is used for this purpose for a considerable timeThis is pure Darwin exuisite observation of the apparently trivial Although his great theory of evolution by means of Natural Selection is central to our understanding of life s grandeur Darwin had something of a soft spot for the lowliest of creatures He spent eight years studying barnacles investigated how bees form honeycombs and even took time to observe ants when he was supposed to be convalescing at his favourite hydropathy establishmentBut Darwin knew it was important to sweat the small stuff As he is uick to point out in the introduction to his final book The Formation of Vegetable Mould Through the Action of Wormsthe maxim de minimis lex non curat the law does not care about trifles does not apply to scienceAlthough at face value his earthworms book might seem charmingly eccentric bordering on worm obsessed at times Darwin had a half hidden agenda Responding to a Mr Fish who writing in the Gardeners Chronicle had dismissed Darwin s earlier hypothesising about the contribution made by earthworms to the formation of the topmost layer of soil the vegetable mould Darwin writesHere we have an instance of that inability to sum up the effects of a continually recurrent cause which has often retarded the progress of science as formerly in the case of geology and recently in that of the principle of evolutionDarwin s theory of evolution like his great friend and inspiration Charles Lyell s uniformitarian theorising about geological change relied on the accumulation of a large number of small changes taking place over a very long time Many critics argued as some religiously motivated critics still do that the small changes we can still observe taking place today the movement of sand particles down a river say or the slight physical variations in an animal s offspring do not have sufficient power to bring about far greater changes that we cannot observe directly over geologicalevolutionary timescales the formation of the Grand Canyon say or the evolution of new species Darwin s earthworm book demonstrates small change writ large If the humble earthworm burrowing unnoticed beneath out feet every day can over mere tens or hundreds of years alter our physical landscape and bury beyond sight our ruins who can deny what cumulative small changes are capable of achieving over much longer timescalesSmall change writ large was a recurring theme in Darwin s work In this he was heavily influenced by Lyell s Principles of Geology which he first read during the Beagle voyage later writing to a friendI have always thought that the great merit of the Principles was that it altered the whole tone of one s mind therefore that when seeing a thing never seen by Lyell one yet saw it partially through his eyesIn one of his first scientific papers presented at the Geological Society in 1837 less than a year after his return from the Beagle voyage Darwin correctly explained how the various forms of coral reef form slowly over time as the nearby land subsides Later that same year again at the Geological Society he presented a paper On the formation of mould in which he credited his maternal uncle and future father in law Josiah Wedgwood II with having drawn his attention to how various substances which had been spread over Wedgwood s fields years earlier were now to be found buried beneath several inches of soil a phenomenon that Wedgwood attributed to the action of earthworms It was an observation that triggered Darwin s long standing interest in worms an interest which was to culminate over four decades later in his final hugely entertaining bookAs we have already seen part of the joy of Darwin s earthworms book are his meticulous descriptions Here he is for example describing a worm burrowingthe worm inserts the stretched out and attenuated anterior extremity of its body into any little crevice or hole and then as Perrier remarks the pharynx is pushed forwards into this part which conseuently swells and pushes away the earth on all sides The anterior extremity thus serves as a wedgeand here he is describing worms sucking on broad flat objects The pointed anterior extremity of the body after being brought into contact with an object of this kind was drawn within the adjoining rings so that it appeared truncated and became as thick as the rest of the body This part could then be seen to swell a little and this I believe is due to the pharynx being pushed a little forwards Then by a slight withdrawal of the pharynx or by its expansion a vacuum was produced beneath the truncated slimy end of the body whilst in contact with the object and by this means the two adhered firmly togetherDarwin wasn t just a wonderful observer he also loved to carry out what he self deprecatingly referred to as fool s experiments His earthworms book describes some characteristically surreal examples Who else but Darwin would get his son to play the bassoon to pots of earthworms to establish whether they could hear And who else would then for good measure get his wife who had received tuition from none other than Fr d ric Chopin in her youth to play the piano to them Then there were the tiny triangles of paper representing leaves that Darwin presented to his worms to assess their intelligence The fact that they often grabbed the triangles by their most sharply pointed corners thereby making it easier to drag them down into their burrows is an indication Darwin claims that they are intelligent than we generally give them credit forDarwin dedicates a considerable proportion of this book to estimating the amount of soil shifted by worms be it in levelling fields eroding landscapes or burying ancient monuments The former archaeologist in me shuddered to read how he had arranged for a hole to be dug alongside one of the fallen Druidical stones at Stonehenge to assess how deeply they had sunk into the soil having been undermined by worms He and his sons paid similar visits to recently excavated Roman villas and other ancient sitesDarwin rounds off his last book with a typical Darwinian flourish reminiscent of his justly famous closing entangled bank paragraph from On the Origin of Species in which he returns to his half hidden agenda of small change writ largeWhen we behold a wide turf covered expanse we should remember that its smoothness on which so much of its beauty depends is mainly due to all the ineualities having been slowly levelled by worms It is a marvellous reflection that the whole of the superficial mould over any such expanse has passed and will again pass every few years through the bodies of worms The plough is one of the most ancient and most valuable of man s inventions but long before he existed the land was in fact regularly ploughed and still continues to be thus ploughed by earth worms It may be doubted whether there are many other animals which have played so important a part in the history of the world as have these lowly organised creatures Some other animals however still lowly organised namely corals have done far conspicuous work in having constructed innumerable reefs and islands in the great oceans but these are almost confined to the tropical zonesDarwin s The Formation of Vegetable Mould Through the Action of Worms is a wonderfully entertaining book and a worthy final volume from our greatest naturalist Highly recommendedFree electronic versions of Darwin s earthworms book are widely available on the internet for example via Project Gutenberg or on the Darwin Online websiteReferencesDarwin CR 1837 On certain areas of elevation and subsidence in the Pacific and Indian oceans as deduced from the study of coral formations Read 31 May Proceedings of the Geological Society of London 2 552 554 Available at Darwin OnlineDarwin CR 1838 On the Formation of Mould Read 1 November 1837 Proceedings of the Geological Society of London 2 574 576 Available at Darwin OnlineDarwin CR to Horner Leonard 29 Aug 1844 Darwin Correspondence Databasehttpswwwdarwinprojectacukentry 771 accessed on Fri Oct 16 2015Darwin CR to Hooker JD 6 May 1858 Darwin Correspondence Databasehttpwwwdarwinprojectacukentry 2269 accessed on Fri Oct 16 2015Darwin CR 1881 The Formation of Vegetable Mould Through the Action of Worms with Observations on their Habits London John Murray Available at Darwin OnlineHealey E 2002 Emma Darwin the inspirational wife of a genius London Review Books Glass Ceilings on each 3096 Tage of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfec. 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soil shifted by worms be it in levelling fields eroding landscapes Finding Dorothy or burying ancient monuments The former archaeologist in me shuddered to read how he had arranged for a hole to be dug alongside Un sicario en cada hijo te dio: Niñas, niños y adolescentes en la delincuencia organizada (Spanish Edition) one Come il veleno of the fallen Druidical stones at Stonehenge to assess how deeply they had sunk into the soil having been undermined by worms He and his sons paid similar visits to recently excavated Roman villas and Sammon salaisuus ja muita Don Rosan parhaita other ancient sitesDarwin rounds The Dilemma off his last book with a typical Darwinian flourish reminiscent Then They Came for Me: A Family's Story of Love, Captivity, and Survival of his justly famous closing entangled bank paragraph from On the Origin Beard Necessities of Species in which he returns to his half hidden agenda Afghanistan: A Memoir From Brooklyn to Kabul of small change writ largeWhen we behold 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in the Wild oceans as deduced from the study Modelos Mentales: Una Guía para Mejorar tu Pensamiento Crítico, Toma de Decisiones y Resolución de Problemas a través de un Modelo Mental Eficaz (Spanish Edition) of coral formations Read 31 May Proceedings Model Identification and Data Analysis of the Geological Society Bike Boy Rides Again of London 2 552 554 Available at Darwin OnlineDarwin CR 1838 On the Formation The Klingon Way A Warrior's Guide of Mould Read 1 November 1837 Proceedings In einer dunklen Nacht ging ich aus meinem stillen Haus of the Geological Society The Sea Wolf of London 2 574 576 Available at Darwin OnlineDarwin CR to Horner Leonard 29 Aug 1844 Darwin Correspondence Databasehttpswwwdarwinprojectacukentry 771 accessed بين القصرين on Fri Oct 16 2015Darwin CR to Hooker JD 6 May 1858 Darwin Correspondence Databasehttpwwwdarwinprojectacukentry 2269 accessed Dear Edward on Fri Oct 16 2015Darwin CR 1881 The Formation Antreprenoriat of Vegetable Mould Through the Action 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