Origins of Life and Hereditary Genetics

From BIOS 332: Genetics

  • September 26, 2012
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Dr. Jason Tresser makes an argument for intelligent design. He demonstrates the statistical impossibility of proteins arising spontaneously and the lack of other explanations. From this, he makes an inference based on the knowledge that codes come from coders. He goes on to discuss the principles of genetics discovered by Mendel.

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  • 11. Introduction to Information

    by Jason Tresser

    16:47 — September 24, 2012

    Introduction to Information

    Dr. Jason Tresser introduces the various types of information that can be stored in a code and their varying levels of meaning. He begins to make an argument for intelligent design, explaining that...

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    12. Origins of Life and Hereditary Genetics

    by Jason Tresser

    49:35 — September 26, 2012

    Origins of Life and Hereditary Genetics

    Dr. Jason Tresser makes an argument for intelligent design. He demonstrates the statistical impossibility of proteins arising spontaneously and the lack of other explanations. From this, he makes a...

  • 13. Mendel's Law and the Process of Meiosis

    by Jason Tresser

    48:58 — September 28, 2012

    Mendel's Law and the Process of Meiosis

    Dr. Jason Tresser teaches Mendel's laws of genetics and how these can be used to predict the phenotypes of offspring. He then goes on to explain how these manifest during meiosis and the process of...

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