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Evolution Debate - Pigliucci vs Hovind

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Classic 2002 Show:Kent Hovind and Dr. Massimo Pigliucci debate on evolution, public school and the scientific method. Dr. Pigliucci is currently (2007), Professor in the Department of Ecology & Evolution at SUNY-Stony Brook (Long Island, NY). His research is on the evolution of genotype-environment interactions and on the role of constraints in evolutionary biology. He also has an interest in epistemology and philosophy of science. Kent Hovind is the creator of drdino.com. His critics are easy to find online: www.kent-hovind.comHelp keep this podcast FREE for others by pledging $10.00 a month.

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TAGGED: EVOLUTION, RELIGION, SPEECHES


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