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- The evolution of life with Richard Dawkins
- This CD-ROM tells the story of how life evolved on Earth. It uses the concept of an evo-dome, a museum built by the last humans as a celebration of nature and life, to explain how the baroque extravaganca of life today evolved from the universe's first replicators. It also explains how the blind forces of natural selection have sculpted organisms of complexity and beauty, through the use of computer simulations
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- Developed by Notting Hill; editorial by Richard Dawkins; text by Olivia Judson
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