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The Sciences

Off to Miami and Orlando

The IntersectionBy Chris MooneyNovember 6, 2006 9:17 PM

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Once again, I'm speaking on election day, hopefully after the results are in, in Coral Gables, and then in Orlando two days later. These are the last two public speeches for a while--perhaps until 2007. Not sure yet. Again, these are the details:

Tuesday, November 78:00-9:00 PM BOOKS & BOOKS265 Aragon Ave Coral Gables, FL 33134

Thursday, November 97:30- 9:00 am The Westin Grand Bohemian for Planned Parenthood of Greater Orlando Tickets available at www.ppgo.org In the new year, I will be adding a new talk to the repertoire--an Al Gore-style PowerPoint heavy on multimedia which will, of course, be about hurricanes. If anyone has any skill with more advanced levels of PowerPoint (like showing video clips and such) definitely drop me an email, because I am going to need some help. Meanwhile, I'm very pleased that Garry Wills has drawn heavily on (and quoted) The Republican War on Science in his latest lengthy essay, entitled "A Country Ruled by Faith," for the New York Review of Books. You should check out the whole thing, it's a powerful read. Although he cites me on the point, however, I'm not responsible for him confusing Phillip Johnson and Jonathan Wells....

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