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Aug 18, 2006


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Denis Hancock

I have his book. It's worth the cover price.

Apart from some history of the Human genome Project, and some discussion of Richard Dawkins' views, it seems to be mostly personal reflections.

Michael Kruse

Thanks Denis. I would think his personal reflections would be very interesting.

Ted Gossard

It was either him, or someone like him I heard recently on "Talk of the Nation: Science Friday", I believe. Was good. And refreshing to hear.

Dana Ames

There's an extended interview at the NPR "Religion and Ethics Newsweekly" site. God bless him. The book's on my list- have to get through what's already on my desk first :)


Michael Kruse

"...have to get through what's already on my desk first."

I used to have a desk once. I think it is still here somewhere, underneath the books. :)

Thanks for the heads up on the article.

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