More on Scientific American Podcast: Science Tattoos and the Myth of the Parasite-Driven Cat Lady

By Carl Zimmer | August 27, 2011 10:46 pm

Before Irene takes away my Internet connection, let me point you to part two of my interview on Science Talk, the podcast of Scientific American. (If you missed it, here’s part one.)

Talk you on the other side of the maelstrom.

[Update: Part one linked now fixed]

CATEGORIZED UNDER: Talks, The Parasite Files

Comments (2)

  1. John

    Both the part one and part two links point to part two. Where is part one?

    [CZ: Linked fix. Thanks for pointing that out.]

  2. Great podcast dicsussion – I subscribe to the SciAm podcast on iTunes and it is the best of the best.
    Not sure I go along with the clear assertion about the ‘living’ nature of virus’s though ;)

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