Of Radio Shows and Pirate Neurologists

Today I'll be talking for an hour about Soul Made Flesh on Minnesota public radio. You can listen to the broadcast live online at 11 am EST (the show will be archived). At 2 pm EST, you can listen online again when I talk on the Glen Mitchell show on Dallas public radio.

Some thoughts on the intersection of evolution and global warming coming this afternoon. In the meantime, check out Pharyngula's check-box comparison of the similarities between Soul Made Flesh and Quicksilver. Damn, why did I leave out those pirate neurologists...?

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