What's new on NCSE's YouTube channel

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NCSE is pleased to announce the addition of a further batch of videos to NCSE's YouTube channel. NCSE's executive director Eugenie C. Scott describes "The evolution of creationism" at the Houston Museum of Natural Science in 2009; "Creationist tactics in misrepresenting the science of evolution" at the Geological Society of America meeting in 2010; "Evolution and science teaching" at Gene Connection in San Mateo, California, in 2010; and "Tell it to the judge(s): Evolution 101" at the Ohio Judicial Conference in 2010.

From NCSE's staff, Joshua Rosenau explains "Why we need Dobzhansky's maxim more than ever" at the 2009 meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and explores "Leap of faith: Intelligent design's trajectory after Dover" with the Kol Hadash Northern California Community for Humanistic Judaism in 2011; Steven Newton traces "The evolution of creationism" for the Contra Costa County Freethinkers and Atheists in 2011 and asks "Why teach evolution?" at the National Science Teachers Association conference in 2011; and Glenn Branch reviews "The history and prospects of creationism" for the Sacramento Area Skeptics in 2011.

And from NCSE's board of directors and Supporters, Barbara Forrest presents "Back to the future: Or, what can we learn from Louisiana's 2008 Science Education Act" at the Sacramento Darwin Day event in 2011. From 1991, there's a minidocumentary on "How scientists know about punctuated equilibria" featuring NCSE Supporters Stephen Jay Gould and Niles Eldredge. And from the 2011 "Friend of Darwin" award dinner, there's a minidocumentary about the life and work of the guest of honor, Niles Eldredge. Tune in and enjoy!

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