Here’s a little clip from one of Richard Dawkins presentations.
I think it’s a fitting illustration of what science would be like if epistemologically it behaved the way religion does.
It also ridicules the concept that religion has “other ways of knowing” which are more reliable than science.
Richard Dawkins: If Science Worked Like Religion
Here’s another great video from the recent AAI Convention. It’s a presentation by Jerry Coyne based on his recently published book “Why Evolution Is True.”
I haven’t read it yet but it has had great reviews. Jerry describes it as complimentary to Richard Dawkins’ The Greatest Show on Earth.
The video is great. Jerry Coyne does present a lot of very convincing information. I don’t see how anyone exposed to this could possible believe that evolution is not true.
Thanks to Richard.dawkins.net: ‘Why Evolution Is True” by Jerry Coyne, AAI 2009
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