Videos

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The following are videos created from detailed computer simulations of real natural processes. They are not just “artists’ conceptions”; they are based on decades of quantitative molecular biology research.

“The Body Code”


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The source of the video is the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research in Australia. Music is by the group Cantrip.

“The Inner Life of the Cell”


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The source of the video is Harvard’s XVIVO project. Voice-over narration is by Jed Macosko of Wake Forest University.


“Flagella assembly”


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The source of the video is from the Protonic Nanomachine Project of Osaka University in Japan. Music is by the group Cantrip.


“Hydrogen pump”


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There are several versions of video of this molecular machine, known as ATP synthase, on the web. The video source for this version is creation.com; see also this video from the Medical Research Council Mitochondrial Biology Unit at Cambridge University in the UK.


“Unlocking the mystery of life”


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The source of the video is the Discovery Institute.


“Polymerase as an engineering project”


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The source of this video is David Keller, professor of chemistry at the University of New Mexico.

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