I Don't Have a Garden, but I Watch One on TV

Richard Dawkins, Douglas Adams, and a Bee’s-Eye View of the Garden

Do you ever regret that you didn’t pay more attention during science class?  Wouldn’t all that botany knowledge be totally helpful right about now?

Thanks to YouTube, you can sit in on a botany lecture anytime you want.  Today we present the first two parts of a lecture by biologist and science writer Richard Dawkins; if you want to see the rest, go here and check the related videos.

And here’s part two:

Posted by on April 19, 2007 at 5:40 am, in the category I Don't Have a Garden, but I Watch One on TV.
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One Response to “Richard Dawkins, Douglas Adams, and a Bee’s-Eye View of the Garden”

  1. molly says:

    The TED website offers two Dawkins lectures, free of charge. I haven’t seen them, but I’ve watched a few of the others, including Janine Benyus on biomimicry and William McDonough on cradle to cradle design. Pretty cool.

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