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Major Transitions in Evolution

Join two brilliant and engaging professors on an amazing exploration of evolution’s most important moments—the giant leaps that gave rise to nature's boundless diversity.

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d********m
March 30, 2018
A great watch. Tough to say which transitions are major since there were so many to choose from. Personally I would have given more emphasis to the many atmospheric changes or perhaps the first DNA (why oh why and most of all HOW?) or...wait a minute, how do you decide? Well the lecturers took it upon themselves to paint a well thought out picture in the 24 lectures available to them and shared much of what they were most familiar with while keeping a reasonable distance of the overly-speculative. The result is a well-rounded presentation of, just what the title says, some of the changes which must have taken place to end up with us sitting around talking about just what were the major changes that took place...an excellent introduction to the evidence of today's scientific explanation of the march of evolution.

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W********t
February 25, 2018

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r********m
December 3, 2017
Another extremely informative and entertaining use of approximately 12 hours.

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