Science, Intelligent Design and a 'Flock of Dodos'

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A Pulitzer Prize-winning author talks about his book on the Dover, Penn., evolution trial. A new film looks at what happens when scientists confront the intelligent design debate. And in Kansas, school board members put evolution back on the syllabus.

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Edward Humes, author of Monkey Girl: Evolution, Education, Religion, and the Battle for America's Soul; Pulitzer Prize Winner, 1989

Randy Olson, former evolutionary biologist; filmmaker, Flock of Dodos: The Evolution-Intelligent Design Circus

Nicholas Matzke, public information project director; National Center for Science Education

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