Interview with Richard Milner, author “Darwin’s Universe”

We kicked off the fall Darwin150 Campaign – the celebration of the 150th anniversary of the publication of Darwin’s “On the Origin of Species” with scientist, editor and author Richard Milner.

Milner delighted us tonight with the stories, songs and science of his new book, “Darwin’s Universe.” An Associate in Anthropology at the American Museum of Natural History, Richard Milner is an unusual combination of scientist, writer, historian and Broadway actor.

Download the mp3 of our wonderful conversation here:

I recommend Richard’s witty and wise book. Buy it here:

http://www.DarwinsUniverse.org

And his musical performance website:

http://www.DarwinLive.com

Do listen to the mp3 and share it with others. 

Thanks,

Phil 

P.S. Join us in the Facebook campaign to reach 1 million members by November 24, 2009 – the date of the original publication of “On the Origin of Species” 150 years ago:

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=53320310123

P.S.S. See these blogs commenting on the call:

Dave Nichols Dot Net – Evolution of the mind

20. August 2009 by Arrian
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  1. <p>First, I simply LOVE Richard Milner’s book which arrived yesterday. I immediately sat down with my kids and we read selections out loud. Fabulous. We are taking it to vacation. It is also one of those books that i would NEVER want to read on a E Reader. Also, I am going to give it to my Dad for his 78th birthday. He will love it. <br></p>