Friday, November 16, 2012

DNA Polymerase, Stereograms, and Faith

Last year I was asked if I'd let a few videographers tape my class for a learning-and-faith project from different disciplines sponsored by the CCCU, a collection of Christian universities including SPU. So here's the final product, about 10 minutes of class about DNA, stereograms of protein structure, and how that reflects the "Two Books" philosophy of science and faith (thank you Sir Francis Bacon, which reminds me to check out my colleague Rod Stiling's talk on Newton on the same "channel"!).

Here's a link to the video (can't find an embed code yet!):

From this "experiment" I found out that having a videocamera trained on me causes my voice to rise in pitch by a certain interval. Interesting result ...

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