New Course at the Community Center
Are you interested in why global warming and Darwinian evolution are controversial?
If you are interested in why global warming and Darwinian evolution are controversial, this 8-week course on these controversies – and the Galilean one from nearly 400 years ago – may appeal to you.
Titled “Controversial Science,” this course is being offered by Frank Levin, a retired physics professor and Rotonda West resident who began teaching science courses in 2002. Designed for for people without math or science backgrounds, and free from exams, homework, and grades; this class is for those interested this subject.
A description of the course is available on the Rotonda West Community Events Calendar.
It will meet at the RWA Community Center on Fridays from 1 PM to 3 PM, beginning on January 17th, 2020. If you’d like to attend (it’s free), please inform Claudette Romano not later than Thursday, January 16th: [email protected] or 941 697-6788.