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Posted on 07/02/2020 8:25:30 AM PDT by Heartlander
How do you condense the message of two books totalling 1,100+ pages into a 21-minute video? Thats what we were trying to accomplish with The Information Enigma, which seeks to present the core message of Stephen Meyers bestselling books Signature in the Cell and Darwins Doubt. See if we succeeded!
Its often said that a picture is worth a thousand words. Thats the idea here. Instead of simply talking about molecular machines inside our cells, we wanted to actually show you an amazing molecular machine through new animation created by animator Joseph Condeelis. Enjoy!
The year 2016 marked the 20th anniversary of the publication of biochemist Michael Behes pathbreaking book Darwins Black Box, as well as the 20th anniversary of the founding of Discovery Institutes Center for Science & Culture. To celebrate, we wanted to do something special, and we came up with this documentary telling the story of Michael Behe and the people he influenced. We hope you will learn things you didnt know before. Be sure to watch to the end for the timeline of key events in the history of intelligent design!
According to the Oregon Documentary Film Festival, You have to see [Human Zoos] to believe it, and then wonder why they didnt teach you this chapter in history class. Written and directed by John West, the film has been shown in the United States, Canada, and South Africa, and it became the first Center for Science & Culture YouTube video to receive more than 1 million views. Its now up to 1.8+ million.
A filmmaker from Hollywood contacted us with the vision of creating a sharp-edged YouTube series, which ultimately became Science Uprising. The series drew on the talents of a lot of young professionals from the commercial television industry. Heres the installment on the origin of life featuring renowned scientist James Tour of Rice University.
This is one of the best: Dr. Stephen Meyer speaking to a large live audience about his book Signature in the Cell.
It is another lecture by Stephen Meyer on cosmology and intelligent design, delivered to an audience of nearly 1,000 people at the 2019 Dallas Conference on Science and Faith.
Darwinism isnt just bad for science. Its been bad for society. This award-winning documentary tells the little known story of Darwinisms influence on Germany before World War I, including its role in the genocide against the Herero people in German Southwest Africa. A couple of years after its debut, YouTube suddenly restricted the video to older viewers (and rejected our appeal to lift the restriction) so you will need to log-in to your YouTube account to view it.
Darwinism has had a negative influence on our conceptions of human dignity and uniqueness. But geneticist Michael Denton thinks science is now pointing the way to the specialness of all humanity. This video was inspired by Dentons vision presented in his book Natures Destiny. We hope you are inspired too! And if you want to follow up on Dentons ideas, read his more recent books Fire-Maker, The Wonder of Water, and Children of Light.
It is an episode of our Science Uprising YouTube series that explores the evidence of fine-tuning in our universe. In addition to Steve Meyer, this special episode includes physicists Frank Tipler and Bijan Nemati.
It is Journey Inside the Cell, narrated by Stephen Meyer. This was the first molecular animation we commissioned, and it became our first really big hit on YouTube, drawing over 650,000 views thus far. The video was originally created in 2009, so it wasnt made in HD. But we have an HD version in the works so stay tuned!
Its an episode of Science Uprising that tackles the mind-brain debate and features neurosurgeon Michael Egnor.
Its another episode of Science Uprising, this one presenting Steve Meyers information argument in a succinct but powerful form. Notice the footage from the Centers home town of Seattle and the natural tie-in to the software industry.
This video grew out of a book project exploring famed writer C. S. Lewiss views on science, scientism, and society. The book was titled The Magicians Twin. We decided to interview many of the contributing authors to the book and ended up producing three documentaries. This is one of them. Watch the video and see how relevant Lewis continues to be to current debates.
This is another documentary inspired by the book The Magicians Twin. Watch to the end of the video and learn about the connection between Lewis and the late, renowned atheist Antony Flew, who had a significant change of mind in the ending years of his life.
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