[ExI] why darwin matters

spike spike66 at att.net
Fri May 15 20:35:26 UTC 2009

I am a big fan of Michael Shermer fan and practically pray to Charles
Darwin.  Here we go, now I can get a fix of both at the same time:
I can read a lot faster than he can talk.  What I would like is a written
transcript of this presentation.  I couldn't find one, and an hour to listen
to it is hard to spare.  But this is good.
Aaaah, life is good.  Are we glad we lived long enough to enjoy YouTube, or
what?  You Tube is the perhaps best argument for caloric restriction.  If a
lifetime of mild hunger allows us to squeeze just a little more time out of
these mortal vessels that are our carbon based bodies, what innovative
technological wonders, what new scientific discoveries, what developmental
goodies will show up unexpectedly in our last months of this mortal
existence, which we would not have lived to see otherwise, which will
delight us even in our dotage, because of their wicked coolness?
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