Gould’s article is about the ichneumon wasp and how it gets inside another organism and eats away at the inside until it is able to go out into the world and then it kills the organism. Some might argue that this is a moral issue because it deals with life and death. But in all actualities, the ichneumon wasp and the way it develops are nothing but acts of nature. People cannot control the wasp and what it does, it just does it in order to survive and reproduce. This would be an example of Darwin’s theory of Natural Selection. If the wasp was not supposed to be here and it was not supposed to develop by killing another organism, then it simply would die out and become extinct. It is doing something right if it is still here and thriving.
Many people do not agree with Darwin’s theory of Evolution or Natural Selection, but it is just that, a theory proposed by someone. While it is highly regarded as truth, it cannot be proven to be complete facts. This is not an issue of morals; there is nothing moral or immoral about it. Darwin made his observations at the Galapagos Islands and he wrote about them and explained that the birds he observed all evolved from one species to adapt to the environment in which they lived. He then went on to say that how we are today, is evolved from something millions