Why did I bother?

I don’t know why I bothered looking up molecule simulation software and capturing all those images. All I had to do was look at my collection of DNA molecules. One look at them should convince anyone that the videos in Expelled are not from original research.

segment of DNA molecule, double helix segment of DNA molecule, double helix
segment of DNA molecule, ladder segment of DNA molecule, ladder & double helix
segment of DNA molecule, double helix segment of DNA molecule, double helix
segment of DNA molecule, double helix segment of DNA molecule, double helix
segment of DNA molecule, double helix segment of DNA molecule, double helix
segment of DNA molecule, double helix with methyl groups segment of DNA molecule, double helix with methyl groups
segment of DNA molecule, double helix segment of DNA molecule, double helix
segment of DNA molecule, double helix segment of DNA molecule, double helix
segment of DNA molecule, double helix, against sky segment of DNA molecule, double helix
segment of DNA molecule, in water segment of DNA molecule in water
segment of DNA molecule, double helix, against Stonehenge segment of DNA molecule, double helix, against Stonehenge
segment of DNA molecule, double helix segment of DNA molecule, double helix
segment of DNA molecule, double helix, in chromosome segment of DNA molecule, double helix, in chromosome
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3 Responses to “Why did I bother?”

  1. How can we tell the Expelled animation is copied? « Science Notes Says:

    It’s like this: All you have to do is look at all the different ways a class of art students draws a bowl of fruit to realize that two people indpendently contemplating the same thing don’t all have the same perspective.[…]

  2. Don Says:

    Did you plagiarize these images? You know you ripped them off from Watson and Crick! Lets admit it – your “anger” at this demonstrates that Stein is right. Were this any other film, the rights to use the video segments would have been freely granted. Oh yes – I know – if the court sides with your opponents it doesn’t matter. If they side with you, it proves the ID people are wacky!

  3. monado Says:

    I’m not making commercial use of them.


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