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Planet Earth

A Flock of Dodos, trailed by a journalist

The LoomBy Carl ZimmerFebruary 9, 2006 2:08 AM

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The movie Flock of Dodos, which takes a look at the evolution-creationism struggle, will have a free showing on Monday in New Haven, Connecticut. I'll be there as part of a panel discussion after the movie, moderated by Michael J. Donoghue, the director of Yale's Peabody Museum. The panel will also include Randy Olson, the director of "Flock of Dodos"' John Hare, a theologian at the Yale Divinity School; and Richard Prum, a Yale evolutionary biologist who specializes on the evolution of birds. Not having seen the movie, I can't offer a review, but I certainly am curious to see it. Details here, map of the venue (Luce Hall) here.

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