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1 PRESENTS Exploring Creation with General Science 2 nd Edition Video Instruction DVD Legend View in Embedded Media Player View in Default Media Player Introduction to DVD DVD Introductory Video (25:42) Module 1 A Brief History of Science Introduction (10:58) The First Inklings of Science (9:59) True Science Begins to Emerge (11:06) Experiment 1.1: Density in Nature (9:51) Experiment 1.2: Atomic Motion (2:19) Three Other Notable Greek Scientists (20:03) Experiment 1.3: A Chemical Reaction (9:07) The Progress Of Science Stalls For A While (8:44) Science Begins To Pick Up Steam (16:13) The Renaissance: The Golden Age Of Science (19:28) Experiment 1.4: Mapping the Paths of the Planets (4:22) The Era of Newton (16:23) The Enlightenment and the Industrial Revolution (16:11) The Rest of the Nineteenth Century (18:54) Modern Science (13:02) Module 1 Test Prep

2 Module 2 Experiment 2.1: How Does Weight Affect the Speed at Which Objects Fall? (2:31) Experiment 2.2: More About Weight and the Speed at Which Objects Fall (8:41) What Science is NOT (7:34) The Scientific Method (10:56) Experiment 2.3: The Broken Flashlight (4:40) Failures of the Scientific Method (13:46) The Limitations of Science (5:50) Science and Christianity (4:48) Module 3 Experiments and Variables (16:09) Experiment 3.1: A Floating Egg? (6:36) Experiment 3.2: Which "Boat" Will Move? (1:54) Using A Series Of Experiments (5:14) Experiment 3.3: What Does Soap Do To Water? - Part 1 (8:23) Experiment 3.4: What Does Soap Do To Water? - Part 2 (7:40) Recognizing Experimental Variables When They Are Not Obvious (8:19) Interpreting the Results of Experiments (5:01) Module 4 The Distinction Between Science, Applied Science, and Technology (22:19) Simple Machines (6:38) Experiment 4.1: The Lever (2:49) The Lever (9:00) The Wheel And Axle (4:05) The Pulley (5;20) Experiment 4.2: A Simulation of Using Multiple Pulleys (3:11) The Inclined Plane (4:16) The Wedge (2:09) The Screw (5:03) Module 5 Introduction (10:41) How Do We Learn About the History of Life? (7:45) Archaeology and History (4:20) The Internal Test (9:23) The External Test (6:37) The Bibliographic Test (5:01)

3 Archaeology in the Absence of Historical Documents (9:30) Relative Dating and the Principle of Superposition (6:27) What Do We Know About Human History? (7:23) Module 6 Introduction (10:26) Soil, Rocks, and Minerals (8:38) Experiment 6.1: "Growing" Crystals (8:14) Strata In Sedimentary Rock (5:51) Experiment 6.2: Separation of Sedimentation (5:40) Weathering Of Rocks (7:26) Experiment 6.3: Physical Weathering: The Power of Plants (6:34) Experiment 6.4: Chemical Weathering (2:21) Erosion (6:58) Experiment 6.5: Erosion (4:04) Bringing It All Together (6:28) Module 7 Introduction (3:09) Experiment 7.1: Making a Fossil Cast (6:45) The Making of Fossils Part 1: Casts and Molds (6:03) The Making Of Fossils Part 2: Petrifaction (5:13) Experiment 7.2: Minerals in Water and Evaporation (2:50) The Making Of Fossils Part 3: Carbonized Remains (3:08) Experiment 7.3: A Model of the Carbonization Process (1:41) The Making of Fossils Part 4: Avoiding Decomposition (6:16) Three General Features of the Fossil Record (6:38) A Fourth General Feature of the Fossil Record (8:31) Geology and Paleontology from the Uniformitarian Perspective (6:10) Geology and Paleontology from the Catastrophist Perspective (4:12) Module 8 Uniformitarianism and the Geological Record (10:34) Experiment 8.1: A Simulation of Using Index Fossils to Order Rock Layers (4:43) Uniformitarianism and Evolution (16:32) Catastrophism and the Geological Record (11:24) Uniformitarianism or Catastrophism: Which Is Better? (6:36) Module 9

4 Introduction (10:11) DNA and Life (7:23) The Structure of DNA (9:27) Experiment 9.1: Building a Model of DNA (8:19) Energy And Life (9:39) Experiment 9.2: Finding Food in Plants (6:54) Experiment 9.3: A Simple "Self-Sustaining" System (4:07) Sensing And Responding To Change (2:01) Experiment 9.4: Sensing and Responding to Change (4:52) Reproduction And Life (5:45) Experiment 9.5: Fruit Fly Reproduction (2:34) The Cell: Life s Smallest Unit (3:32) Module 10 Experiment Part 1: Factors that Affect Bacterial Growth (7:21) Introduction (8:52) The Five-Kingdom System (5:33) Kingdom Monera (8:04) Experiment Part 2: Factors that Affect Bacterial Growth (0:33) Kingdom Protista (8:28) Kingdom Fungi (6:39) Experiment 10.2: Yeast is a Decomposer (5:25) Kingdom Plantae (5:05) Experiment 10.3: Vegetative Reproduction (2:41) Experiment 10.4: Turgor Pressure (3:11) Kingdom Animalia (5:26) Module 11 Introduction (4:52) The Superstructure of the Human Body (7:38) Bones (7:36) Experiment 11.1: Minerals in Bone (1:54) Skeletons In Other Organisms (2:10) Skeletal Muscles (10:04) Smooth Muscle And The Cardiac Muscle (5:18) Muscles And Movement In Other Organisms (3:26) Experiment 11.2: Phototropism and Gravitropism (1:37) Skin (13:40) Experiment 11.3: Skin Color (0:41) Skin in Other Organisms (1:50)

5 Module 12 Introduction (3:19) Life s Energy Cycle (8:32) Experiment 12.1: What Combustion Needs (4:17) How Do Organisms Get Energy From Food? (10:55) Experiment 12.2: The Products of Combustion (9:44) What Actually Gets Burned For Energy? (14:39) Energy Use In The Body (6:11) Experiment 12.3: Body Temperature (2:19) Calories and Food (6:22) Metabolic Rates Throughout Creation (7:58) How Combustion Works in Living Organisms (8:09) Module 13 The Process of Digestion (7:47) Experiment 13.1: Seeing a Part of the Digestive Process (4:28) The Human Digestive System (8:48) The Mouth, Pharynx, And Esophagus (9:13) The Stomach And The Small Intestine (12:30) Experiment 13.2: Stomach Acid and Antacids (5:47) No, It s Not Useless! (4:07) The Liver, Pancreas, And Gall Bladder (6:47) Experiment 13.3: The Effect of Sodium Bicarbonate on Stomach Acid (4:42) The Micronutrients (5:59) Module 14 Introduction (3:40) The Human Circulatory System (10:30) The Heart and Blood Flow (3:52) Experiment 14.1: Measuring Your Own Cardiac Cycle (3:23) The Components Of Blood (4:54) Lungs And Blood Oxygenation (4:55) Experiment 14.2: The Vital Capacity of Your Lungs (4:02) The Respiratory System (10:30) Experiment 14.3: A Model of Your Lungs (4:06) Experiment 14.4: A Model of Your Vocal Cords (0:51) Circulation And Respiration Throughout Creation (6:59) Experiment 14.5: Xylem (1:03) Module 15

6 Introduction (3:48) The Lymphatic System (15:36) Lymph Nodes (13:07) Tears (2:36) Experiment 15.1: Working Your Lacrimal Glands Too Hard (3:12) The Urinary System (4:21) Experiment 15.2: A Model of Kidney Function (5:48) The Endocrine System (13:39) Module 16 Introduction (4:55) Neurons: The Basic Unit of the Nervous System (7:12) The Basic Layout of the Human Nervous System (11:09) Experiment 16.1: Determining a Person's Dominant Side (2:22) Our Split Brains (3:12) The Brain And Blood (3:50) The Peripheral Nervous System (5:58) Experiment 16.2: The Pupil of the Eye (1:42) The Human Sense Of Taste (6:29) The Human Sense Of Smell (2:20) Experiment 16.3: The Sense of Smell and the Sense of Taste (3:25) The Human Sense Of Vision (11:26) Experiment 16.4: The Human Blind Spot (1:42) The Human Sense Of Touch (1:58) Experiment 16.5: Variation in Touch Sensitivity (1:14) The Human Sense of Hearing (7:59)

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