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Modulous
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Message 12 of 115 (375357)
01-08-2007 12:43 PM
Reply to: Message 11 by Percy
01-08-2007 11:33 AM


Re: Beyond Belief 2006
I have them all in mp4 format, perhaps I might start a bittorrent if anyone is interested?

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Message 30 of 115 (395924)
04-18-2007 12:33 PM


We'd be better off without Religion

  
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Message 39 of 115 (400398)
05-13-2007 8:59 AM
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05-10-2007 2:08 PM


Brayton on the Dover trial
It's an OK documentary (I caught it over here), but if I remember right, it was a little vague.
Nitty gritty details, with less punches pulled can be found courtesy of a recent talk by Ed Brayton:
The first part
part 2
part 3
part 4
part 5
part 6
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Modulous
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Message 114 of 115 (503297)
03-17-2009 11:57 AM


Dawkins webcast tonight (UK time)
quote:
2009 is the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s birth and the 150th anniversary of his book On the Origin of Species. To mark these events, The Open University invites you to watch a live webcast of their 2009 Annual Lecture which will be followed by a panel discussion. The event will be taking place at 19:30 (GMT/UTC) on Tuesday 17 March.
In his lecture, Professor Dawkins asks whether Darwin was the most revolutionary scientist ever.
Dawkins suggests that there are 5 ‘bridges to evolutionary understanding’. The first 4 of these correspond to the 4 scientists whose work contributed to the theory of evolution by natural selection: Edward Blyth, Patrick Matthew, Alfred Wallace and Charles Darwin. The fifth bridge is modern genetics, or ‘digital Darwinism’.
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