Richard Dawkins on CNN's Connect the World
By CNN - YOUTUBE - ATHEISTMEDIABLOG
Added: Wed, 23 Sep 2009 23:00:00 UTC
Thanks to zreigat2.0 for the link.
Richard Dawkins tore into religious comfort zones with his claim that God is a delusion, and it seems the British ethologist, evolutionary biologist and author will stop at nothing to provoke intelligent debate about the truth of our existence.
His writings have inspired and angered many a reader and now hes back with more.
The fervent atheist and anti-creationist is often referred to as Charles Darwins rottweiler. Now, to celebrate Darwins bi-centenary, Dawkins has published a new book: The Greatest Show on Earth offers scientific evidence to back-up his own theory of evolution.
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