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For our final From the Archive feature for the time being, we have a special hour-long lecture from noted scientist and thinker James Lovelock, who visited the University of Kansas back in 1991 to give this lecture. Those who study environmental science and philosophy, and especially those who have done so for a few decades now, will likely recall Lovelock as the creator of the Gaia Hypothesis.
We've been digging through the video archives here at AboutSF and the Center for the Study of Science Fiction, and we've found some real treasures that we want to share with readers and viewers, especially those interested in the history of SF in other media. The first offering we have for you all is a real treat: an interview with Rod Serling conducted by CSSF founder James Gunn, back in 1970 at the CSSF offices at the University of Kansas.