What Evolution Looks Like

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

We look into the science and esthetics of evolution…and how humans came to be what we are. Author Jean-Baptiste de Panafieu and photographer Patrick Gries have collaborated on a gorgeous new book called Evolution.

Event: Jean-Baptiste de Panafieu and Patrick Gries will be speaking and signing books
Tuesday, December 11 at 6 pm
The Steven Kasher Gallery
521 West 23rd Street (between 10th and 11th Avenues)

Evolution is available for purchase at


Patrick Gries and Jean-Baptiste de Panafieu
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Comments [1]

Emil Shakov, MD from North Brunswick, NJ

I listened to this segment today. I really feel your program is very much one-sided on the global warming debate. The science on this issue is far from settled. You should be more truthful and show real evidence how "Global Warming" is a hoax designed to steal money from you and I via carbon credits.

North Brunswick, NJ must be in a seperate dimension from the rest of the planet Earth. I have looked at my PSE&G statements for the previous 2 years, and almost every month this year is several degrees colder than last year and even colder than 2005.

So either North Brunswick, NJ is in a bubble that seperates us from the rest of global warming (highly unlikely) or more likely "Global Warming" isn't a global phenomenon but truly a localized occurence happening in isolated segments of this planet.

I know you will discard these thought-out comments from a Surgeon because I do not drink the "Global Warming" kool-aid.

I can send you copies of my PSE&G statements to prove my point!

Please be more truthful on this issue!

Dec. 11 2007 01:30 PM

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