British Naturalist Charles Darwin’s Original Intent of the Phrase “Survival of the Fittest”, the Number of Neurons and Neural Connections Within a Single Grain of Sand, the Number of Photographs Taken Worldwide Annually, the Practice of Handcuffing Oneself to a Briefcase in Washington D.C., United States of America, and Jupiter’s Moon Europa’s Liquid Volume

When Charles Darwin created the phrase "survival of the fittest", he did so before the term "ecosystem" was commonly used within the English vernacular. Darwin meant that the species or organisms which will survive are the ones who "fit" in best with the environment. It is a common misconception that Darwin was referring to physical attributes like strength, endurance, and overall physical fitness. A single grain of sand is the equivalence in volume to a few thousand neurons and a few tens of th...

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