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An Electric Face: A Rendering Worth a Thousand Falsifications

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From electron microscopes to earth-orbiting observatories, scientists use a variety of instruments to study nature by measuring, observing and yes, rendering. Measurements are graphed and fitted with mathematical models. Renderings, on the other hand, are not so easily quantified. This can make them less useful for the business of building quantitative models and making predictions. But renderings can, in an instant, convey a powerful message. A picture, as they say, is worth a thousand words.  Read more

One Reply to “An Electric Face: A Rendering Worth a Thousand Falsifications

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    bornagain77 says:

    Dr. Hunter, thanks for writing on this subject. The wonder that ‘the electric frog’ inspires is truly elusive to capture adequately in words. I think you have done well in trying to capture that inspirational wonder into words. Here is another video that, not nearly as ‘shocking’ as ‘the electric frog’, still inspires wonder. ,,, A wonder that seems to be severely neglected, even abused, by those who are given wholeheartedly to their religion of atheistic materialism:

    Fearfully and Wonderfully Made – Glimpses At Human Development In The Womb – video

    ============= Further note;

    The Human Body, despite how much Darwinists try to disparage it as junk, or vestigial, is simply amazing:

    The Human Body – You Are Amazing – video

    Human Anatomy – Impressive Transparent Visualization – Fearfully and Wonderfully Made – video

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