Symbiotic Earth

This event is over, but you may purchase a copy of the video at

http://symbioticearth.bullfrogcommunities.com/sym_order_form

BIODIVERSITY FOR A LIVABLE CLIMATE presents

A scientific detective story of scope and beauty
that will leave you breathless!

With a panel of Lynn’s former colleagues, Betsey Dexter-Dyer,
Douglas Zook, Jim McAllister, Emily Case, Tom Goreau, and
Filmmaker John Feldman

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Co-sponsored by the Encyclopedia of Life and the
Harvard Graduate Women in Science & Engineering and
the Harvard Extension School Environmental Club (HESEC)

Film Showing and Panel Discussion
Geological Lecture Hall, Harvard University*
24 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA
September 22, 2018, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Tickets:  Regular, $10; Students, $5
A fundraiser for Biodiversity for a Livable Climate

Symbiotic Earth: How Lynn Margulis rocked the boat and started a scientific revolution is a new documentary created by award-winning filmmaker John Feldman. It weaves a complex story about how the radical ideas of scientist Lynn Margulis are fostering a new approach to understanding life which encourages a symbiotic and cooperative lifestyle. It strikes at the very core of the mechanistic worldview that success comes only through competitive struggle.

Visit http://hummingbirdfilms.com/symbioticearth/  If you can’t make it to the show, you can purchase the video here. And the free study guide is here.

Watch the Trailer:

“Biologist Lynn Margulis spent her life making discoveries by finding things contrary to the hypotheses of Neo-Darwinism, the set of views that evolution happens at the genetic rather than the organismal level, a notion made popular by Richard Dawkin’s book The Selfish Gene. In challenging Neo-Darwinism, Margulis created a paradigm shift that’s reverberating through the foundations of biology, and beyond….”

– Margaret Wertheim

*Biodiversity for a Livable Climate is not affiliated with Harvard University and this is not a Harvard event.