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Evolution: The Grand Experiment

Evolution: The Grand Experiment
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Evolution: The Grand Experiment

by Dr. Carl Werner
Retail Price: $19.99

Filmed in 3 continents and seven countries over a 12-year period, the DVD series has highlights from 12 dig sites, 60 museums, and many universities. Narrated by Andres Williams of London, this Hollywood-style production has a feel of a television documentary. This first episode coincides with Volume 1 of Evolution: The Grand Experiment, and is designed to be viewed by a general audience or in the classroom to supplement the teacher’s manual. This episode documents many misleading museum displays, science magazine articles, and television documentaries including “dinosaurs with feathers,” “walking whales,” “flying dinosaurs.” Bonus materials include an interview with author Dr. Carl Werner and a discussion on flying reptiles (Pterosaurs).


Evolution the Grand Experiment: Student Edition
Evolution the Grand Experiment: Teacher's Manual
Evolution: The Grand Experiment (curriculum set)
Living Fossils: Student Edition
Living Fossils: Teacher's Manual
Living Fossils (DVD)
The Theory of Evolution is an explanation for the existence of life on Earth through random, natural processes. More formally known as the General Theory of Evolution, it was defined by the evolutionist Gerald A. Kerkut as the theory that all the living forms in the world have arisen from a single source which itself came from an inorganic form. It is the idea that particles increased in complexity to form the building blocks of life, then the first cell formed, which ultimately gave rise to people, all without any need for an intelligent Designer. This is the concept that evolutionists really promote and creationists oppose.It encompasses chemical evolution, the origin of life, biological evolution, and the common descent of all life on Earth.

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