PZ Myers posted Entry 3115 on May 10, 2007 06:23 PM.
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If you haven't seen Flock of Dodos yet, here's some good news: you can catch it on Showtime next week, on 17 May.


If you don't get Showtime, the DVD will be released on 28 August, and you can also catch a short from the DVD extras on YouTube, a clip I've put on my site. Be sure to see why Michael Behe isn't worried about compromising science education in the public schools.

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Comment #174766

Posted by RBH on May 10, 2007 6:44 PM (e)

Apropos of that, the Wisconsin Society of Science Teachers has a podcast of a very recent interview with Randy Olson. Enjoy!


Comment #175187

Posted by Henrik on May 13, 2007 1:41 AM (e)

Wouldn’t it further the “cause” to let people download this from the net? If not for free, for a small fee.

Comment #175510

Posted by Grady on May 14, 2007 5:21 PM (e)

This propaganda film doesn’t exactly make the scientists look especially good either.

Really, I can’t wait until they show Dawkins Root of All Evil? film…they will certainly help you guys.