Evolution 101

by Zachary Moore (zach@drzach.net) · · · CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 · 6 subscribers

Evolution 101 is a weekly podcast that attempts to answer listener questions and explain evolutionary concepts in layman's terms.

Difficult Science In Simple Language
Although this doesn't regard evolution, it's another hot scientific topic that I was asked to talk about to the First Baptist Church of Colleyville Faith and Reason class. I thought that the Evolution 101 listeners might be interested in it- a further ethical discussion will be posted later to the …
Stem Cell Biology 101 Jan. 22, 2007
Difficult Science In Simple Language
Stem Cell Biology 101 Jan. 22, 2007
Although this doesn't regard evolution, it's another hot scientific topic that I was asked to talk about to the First Baptist Church of Colleyville Faith and Reason class. I thought that the Evolution 101 listeners might be interested in it- a further ethical discussion will be posted later to the …
Difficult Science In Simple Language
An invited lecture to the Dallas Philosophers' Forum
Difficult Science In Simple Language
A presentation to the North Texas Church of Freethought
The Problem of Species Jan. 6, 2007
Difficult Science In Simple Language
The Problem of Species Jan. 6, 2007
A presentation to the North Texas Church of Freethought
134 - November 5th Nov. 5, 2006
Difficult Science In Simple Language
134 - November 5th Nov. 5, 2006
November 5th, 2006
133 - The Female Orgasm Oct. 29, 2006
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133 - The Female Orgasm Oct. 29, 2006
An examination of the evolutionary justification for the female sexual response.
132 - Evolution Live Oct. 22, 2006
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132 - Evolution Live Oct. 22, 2006
In which I propose a new format for this podcast.
131 - Icons of Evolution Sept. 23, 2006
Difficult Science In Simple Language
131 - Icons of Evolution Sept. 23, 2006
A review of the DVD documentary based on the book, "Icons of Evolution."
Difficult Science In Simple Language
Although I've stated that human and chimp genes only differ by 3%, is there any difference more substantial in our DNA?