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Learn all about these heroes of the microscopic world—and how they provide compelling evidence for intelligent design. Hosted by by bestselling author and biochemist Michael Behe, the first season of Secrets of the Cell recently surpassed more than 1.4 million views on YouTube. The season’s episodes were also re-edited into a half-hour program that was broadcast worldwide on cable and satellite TV.
Date
April
04
Apr
28
28
2022
Time
17:00:00
Locale
Online Event

Bacteria — Superheroes of the Microbial World

Join the YouTube Premiere of Secrets of the Cell, Episode 6

We invite you to join biochemist Michael Behe as he explores marvels of the microscopic world, including bacteria with their own navigation systems, microbes that eat plastic waste, and microscopic bugs that can shoot 60 molecular “bullets” per second. This is Episode 6 of Behe’s popular video series Secrets of the Cell.

Learn all about these heroes of the microscopic world, and how they provide compelling evidence for intelligent design.

If you haven’t seen the other episodes of Secrets of the Cell, check out our YouTube playlist with the previous 5 episodes here.

When

Thursday, April 28, 5:00 PM PT
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Contact

John Felts
jfelts@discovery.org


Speaker


Michael J. Behe

Senior Fellow, Center for Science and Culture
Michael J. Behe is Professor of Biological Sciences at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania and a Senior Fellow at Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture. He received his Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the University of Pennsylvania in 1978. Behe's current research involves delineation of design and natural selection in protein structures. In his career he has authored over 40 technical papers and three books, Darwin Devolves: The New Science About DNA that Challenges Evolution, Darwin’s Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution, and The Edge of Evolution: The Search for the Limits of Darwinism, which argue that living system at the molecular level are best explained as being the result of deliberate intelligent design.