05 September 2010

OLTW TED talk now live

I'm off to Sicily tomorrow, to find the Chestnut of 100 Horses. The owner of an old converted monastery where I'll be staying just shared the email addresses for the biologists who study it, so hopefully I'll get an accurate scientific low-down on the actual age of the Chestnut first hand.

In the mean time, I'm very happy to share my TED talk with you. Enjoy!


Adam said...

A very intriguing talk you gave on TED. Definitely inspired me to learn more about these "critters".

Thanks for sharing it with us!

Chauncey Clouse said...

This is great research. I've been to see the King Clone, and read articles on a few of these organisms, but this complete list is amazing.