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(gahl'tŏn),
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Galton has taken delicate floral shapes from the original pieces and reworked them for the contemporary buyer.
The synthesis of misapplied ideas, picked out from the work of Mendel, Malthus, Darwin, and Galton, provided the rhetoric needed to bring about negative eugenics through birth control campaigns that continue today.
As a result of these changes, Bernard Galton will be leaving the organisation in the summer on standard civil service terms and conditions as set by the Cabinet Office.
He then split from Galton and Simpson - a move which is regarded as the biggest mistake of his career.
Galton turned nasty when he progressed to measuring human intelligence, the results of which somehow moved him to advocate the genetic engineering of populations through controls on the reproduction of people he considered not clever and without value.
North Norfolk-based Galton, and owner of Morston Hall says: "I'm very excited about working with Gressingham Foods - duck is such a fantastic product but people often lack the confidence to cook it.
Francis Galton (1822-1911) fue el creador, en 1883, ?
Also, Rodney Galton (Mathematics) of Danielson, Conn.
Extreme Measures: The Dark Visions and Bright Ideas of Francis Galton, by Martin Brookes, New York: Bloomsbury Publishing, 298 pages, $24.
Earlier influential pioneers appear to be Francis Galton and Cesare Lombroso in the mid-19th century and James McKeen Cattell, Alfred Yoder, and Alfred Binet at the turn of the 20th century.