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Next, Henslow called upon Admiral Robert FitzRoy , who had been Darwin's captain and companion on the voyage of the Beagle twenty-five years earlier. FitzRoy denounced Darwin's book and, "lifting an immense Bible first with both hands and afterwards with one hand over his head, solemnly implored the audience to believe God rather than man". He was believed to have said: "I believe that this is the Truth, and had I known then what I know now, I would not have taken him [Darwin] aboard the Beagle." 
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What great footage…CLASSIC NEIL. Inconspicuous at first but some in the crowd finally realized it was Ol’ Shakey, well, not so Ol’ back then.