Elaine Morgan: We evolved from aquatic apes

Elaine Morgan visited TED to give a persuasive talk about the theory humans evolving from aquatic apes. Perhaps the theory is false but it’s still an amazing talk.

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Neil deGrasse Tyson: Beyond Belief 2006

I finally found the full version of some excerpts I posted before:

At Beyond Belief 2006, Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses the decline of intelligent design in the history of science and its implications for discoveries and progress.

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QualiaSoup: Evolution

I featured a video of QualiaSoup here before and I think you can learn a thing or two for your next Powerpoint presentation. In this one he answers the question, how bananas came to their color and shape through the process of man-made cultivation.

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Dan Dennett: A Darwinian Perspective on Religions: Past, Present and Future

Introduced by Richard Dawkins, philosopher Dan Dennett gave a lecture about why it is important to study religions.

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Dan Dennett: Cute, sexy, sweet and funny — an evolutionary riddle

This year at TED, Philosopher Dan Dennett talked about Darwin’s other strange inversion.

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