Darwin Days 2018
EXTREME DOUBLE FEATURE
COSMOS (Some of the Things Molecules Do) &
LIFE IN HELL (Survivors of Heat)
Sunday, February 11 at 2 pm
As part of Darwin Days, PRI’s annual commemoration of the birthday and ideas of Charles Darwin, celebrate the wild world of evolution with Cinemapolis at our Extreme Double Feature. This free showing features Some of the Things That Molecules Do (Cosmos) and Survivors of Heat (Life in Hell).
Join Neil deGrasse Tyson on a voyage to discover the relatedness of all living things on Earth, and the possible evolution of life in the cosmos, as you retrace the story of life on Earth and discover the workings of artificial and natural selection. Then, journey into the world of extremophiles – organisms that thrive in extreme conditions – and visit the life that exists in the hottest places on Earth, from the Sahara’s sands to deep-sea volcanoes and boiling hot springs. Admission is free for this special showing.