He developed advanced theories on human evolution and was obsessed with Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution, though he felt Darwin and his contemporaries were shackled by too many moral constraints and that science was beyond morality. Essex dreamed of bringing the perfection of the evolution of the human race to the masses. Essex's son, Adam Essex's, death at the age of four from numerous birth defects, including crooked bones and hemophilia, Dr. After awaking, the immortal mutant, En Sabah Nur, ordered the Marauders to take him to Dr. Essex was necessary for the birth of Nathan Dayspring, the Askani'son, who Madame Sanctity worshipped. Essex even went so far as to dig up his dead son and experiment on him.
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’Tis Spring come out to ramble the hilly brakes around.” AE Housman.
’Tis Spring indeed and round my way, since we don’t have many hilly brakes, it’s the riverside footpaths and the marshland tracks which bring in the ramblers.
Essex's lab, to find the body of their son in an incubation tube. Essex explained to Nur that he was the first born in, what Dr.
After digging-up Adam's grave to prove her suspicions, Rebecca passed-out, from the shock of finding the coffin empty, and Nur approached Dr. Left with the choice of continuing his work or his wife shunning him, Dr. Essex believed, would be a great mutation in the human race.
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