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1/25/2017 » 1/27/2017Salk Symposium on Biological Complexity, La Jolla, CA
1/26/2017“Relevance Theory and Divine Accommodation in Genesis 1,” Wheaton, IL
1/26/2017Scientific Inquiry & Faith, Minneapolis, MN
1/27/2017“The Penultimate Curiosity: How science swims in the slipstream of ultimate questions,” Bristol, UK
1/27/2017“Galileo and the Garden of Eden,” Minneapolis, MN
I agree with you, Preston, too short -- it was so good.This was another fine and, unfortunately, the final episode of Your Inner Fish describing our evolutionary path from fish ancestors. Neil Shubin included, in part,
My only disappointment, besides leaving out hiccups, was that the show was limited to an hour and that the series is now concluded. I’d wager that it will be back.
Hiccups – if you read the last chapter of Your Inner Fish, you’ll hear how hiccups are the same biological response that occurs in tadpoles having both gills and lungs that enables them to use the one and not the other.