The World’s Smallest Motor—ATP Synthase

MP4 Video
$5.00

Reference:
35-6-758
Product Status:
New

Series:
2018 SuperConference (Australia)

Product Audience:
High School-Adult

Presenter:
Prof. Steve Taylor

Length:
53 Minutes

Format:
MP4 Video

File Type:
MP4

File Size:
1.27GB

Description

Summary: ATP synthase is one of the wonders of the molecular world. It is an enzyme, a molecular motor, an ion pump, and a molecular generator all bound together in one amazing nano-scale machine. It plays an indispensable role in our cells, providing the energy that powers our bodily processes. Is it really credible that such a system could have been formed by chance over millions of years? The evidence points strongly to Design and ATP synthase is a witness to the skill and ingenuity of the Designer.

Material covered: The overwhelming evidence for design and the folly of atheism. Naturalism is shown to be unreasonable, unscientific and unhelpful. In contrast the Christian worldview is based on facts, evidence and history. This has led many great scientists, past and present to be active Christians.

This illustrated presentation was recorded at the 2018 Australian Creation SuperConference in front of a live audience.

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