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Interview


An interview with Michael Ruse

Greg Ross

The Florida State University philosophy professor on the struggle between creationism and evolution

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An interview with Robert M. Sapolsky

Amos Esty, Greg Ross

The Stanford primatologist on baboons, science writing and slow mail in the Serengeti

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An interview with Guy Deutscher

Amos Esty

The University of Leiden linguist on the deceiving "degradation" of language

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An interview with Marc Kirschner and John Gerhart

Greg Ross

Two leading biologists propose a new theory regarding the origins of variation in evolution

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An interview with Leonard Susskind

Greg Ross

The Stanford physicist on our strangely hospitable universe

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An interview with Paul S. Martin

Amos Esty

The University of Arizona geoscientist on humans' role in the American megafaunal extinctions

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An interview with Daniel Dennett

Greg Ross

The Tufts University philosopher on the evolution of religion

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An interview with Lester Brown

Greg Ross

The president of the Earth Policy Institute on our expanding population and diminishing resources

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An interview with Nicholas Wade

Amos Esty

The New York Times science writer on human evolution

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An interview with Seth Lloyd

Greg Ross

MIT's "quantum mechanic" on the future of nanoscale computing

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Total Records : 48


 

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