Was There A Darwinian Revolution?

My recent talk at the Sam Nobel Oklahoma Museum of Natural History is now available online on iTunes as a podcast. Here is the link to SNOMNH's podcast feed.

So settle down with a fine beverage and watch me for an hour or so. Feel free to comment below. Oh, and here are the slides:

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