Tag: Illustra Media
Virtual Biology: An Interview with Illustra Animator Joseph Condeelis
The documentary Metamorphosis, like previous Illustra masterpieces, contains visualizations of biological systems that cannot be photographed in real time. Joseph Condeelis of Light Productions is the genius behind many of the animated sequences.
“Play the Man, Master Ridley”
Today’s scientific outcast may be tomorrow’s Nobel Prize winner (not that the Nobel is perfect, either).
Pumice and the Origin of Life
Pumice stone has other uses including the preparation of stonewashed denim. (You may find bits of it in the pockets of your newly purchased “distressed” jeans.)
The Caterpillars Who Came to Dinner (and Lunch and Breakfast): An Interview with Lad Allen, Director of Metamorphosis
“Joni shed a tear as ‘Billy’ flew away. I have to admit that I got a little misty-eyed. I never imagined I could become emotionally attached to an insect.”
Reality Check: Oklahoma Darwinists’ “Gotcha” Moment at Cambrian Explosion Film Falls Flat
According to a live-blogger at the Southwestern premiere of “Darwin’s Dilemma” earlier tonight, a Darwinist during Q and A challenged Stephen Meyer and Jonathan Wells by charging that the interviews in the film of noted paleontologists Simon Conway Morris and James Valentine (both evolutionists) were done a decade ago. “Are you aware that the interviews of Morris and Valentine were done 9 and 10 years ago?” the questioner asked. Apparently the implication was that the interviews were so old they no longer accurately reflected the views of Morris and Valentine. Except that the questioner was flat wrong. According to Illustra Media, with whom I checked tonight, the interviews were done specifically for this project in October and November of 2006 Read More ›