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Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss

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Voices of Science DVD


Four fascinating discussions between Richard Dawkins and some of today's top scientists.

DURING HIS U.S. TOUR in 2008, Biologist and bestselling author Richard Dawkins met with some of the world's leading scientists to discuss topics such as Quantum Physics, Biology, Evolutionary Psychology, Science education, religion, atheism and more. This video brings you the fascinating unedited discussions between Richard Dawkins and Nobel Prize-winning Physicist Steven Weinberg, Physicist Lawrence Krauss, Biologist and blogger PZ Myers, and Evolutionary Psychologist David Buss.

From a public conversation at Stanford University to private conversations in Austin and Minneapolis, this collection offers a rare and inspirational opportunity to observe some of today's top scientists as they discuss some of the big issues without interruption.

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Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss sat down for a public discussion at Stanford University on Sunday, March 9th 2008. The focus was on Science education, but the discussion also covered religion, physics, evolution and more. This video will be released on DVD soon at RichardDawkins.net, along with other new unmoderated discussions with Richard Dawkins.

* I've added subtitles to the Q&A sections with the bad audio. - Josh

Quicktime: Discussion (52:22, 110 MB) | Q&A (Now with subtitled questions. 52:55, 114 MB)

YouTube: Full Playlist (1-12)
Discussion: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6
Q&A (now w/ subtitled questions): Part 7 | Part 8 | Part 9 | Part 10 | Part 11 | Part 12

Google Video: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4

Credits:
Filmed by Josh Timonen and Wayne Marsala
Edited by Josh Timonen

TAGGED: INTERVIEWS, RDFTV, RICHARD DAWKINS


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