Darwinian Medicine Talk: SUNY New Paltz!
Just wanted to share a link for the talk I did recently at SUNY New Paltz. I had a little problem getting Silverlight to work on Chrome, so if that’s how you roll you might need to use Safari or a supported browser.
So, I’ve got to say this was not only an amazingly fun event but it was a HUGE honor to give this talk. The Evolutionary Studies (EvoS) program is part of a multi-university consortium promoting evolutionary studies in higher education. SUNY New Paltz offers a minor in evolutionary studies, both at the campus and via an online version of the course over the summer. What was amazing to me was that over 500 people attended this event. Some folks traveled as much as 5 hours one way to attend the talk and after reception. I was floored. And other than the Ron Paul rally I attended, it has provided me with the greatest sense of hope I’ve had in a very long time. This idea of Ancestral Health is emerging from the fringe and people are EXCITED. Almost 15 years into this path and I’m simply amazed by the changes. Thank you to all the folks who attended, thank you to the EvoS program for bringing me out, thanks to Prof’s Hamilton Stapell and Glen Geher for offering to host my talk when I met them at the AHS 2011.