Darwin Day

I’m just home from giving a short talk at Stanford as part of the “Rational Thought” student group’s Darwin Day celebrations. My topic was a brief background on the Kitzmiller v. Dover case.

Mine was the final presentation of the day. Earlier, Frank Sulloway gave a very nice presentation on the influence of the Galapagos Islands in Charles Darwin’s development of his theories on evolution. He was then joined by James Jones and Stephen Palumbi to give a bit of panel discussion and respond to questions from the audience.

Wesley R. Elsberry

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2 thoughts on “Darwin Day

  • 2006/02/10 at 5:43 pm

    Do you have an audio, video, or transcript of your talk to post?


  • 2006/02/10 at 6:31 pm

    I may write it up, since it was short, but it won’t happen immediately. Diane is heading out Wednesday for her field season, and there’s a ton of stuff that needs to happen before then.

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