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History of Life, Early Life
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produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Co, in History of Life (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2006), 20 mins
This program explores current scientific theories explaining possible processes by which Earth was formed. Fascinating animations illustrate Earth's early conditions that led to the development of life. The living conditions and nature of early life is highlighted. Other terminology includes: the Big Bang Theory,...
produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Co, in History of Life (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2006), 20 mins
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History of Life, Evidence of Change
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produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Co, in History of Life (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2006), 20 mins
This video program highlights many of the different types of evidence supporting the theory of evolution. Captivating footage from the fossil record, as well as anatomical evidence, radioactive dating, embryological and chemical evidence are discussed. An exploration of this evidence serves as the basis for evolut...
produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Co, in History of Life (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2006), 20 mins
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History of Life, Evolution
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produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Co, in History of Life (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2006), 23 mins
Students will travel to faraway lands including the Galapagos Islands to learn how Charles Darwin developed his theory of natural selection. Through colorful, engaging live-action footage the major concepts of the theory of evolution are highlighted. Basic terminology of evolutionary theory is discussed in detail....
produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Co, in History of Life (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2006), 23 mins
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History of Life, Life Through Time
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produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Systems, in History of Life (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2006), 22 mins
This fascinating program takes students on a journey through time as the history of life on Earth is explored. From the dawn of life to the existence of advanced vertebrate animals, each of the major periods of life are investigated. Other terminology includes: speciation, climate change, plate tectonics, evolu...
produced by Brian A. Jerome, fl. 1984, Visual Learning Systems, in History of Life (Brandon, VT: Visual Learning Systems, 2006), 22 mins
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History of Life, Episode 1, Plants, Earth’s Quiet Rulers
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directed by Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010; produced by Lee Yeon-Kyu, fl. 2013, Film Ideas, in History of Life, Episode 1 (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2013), 46 mins
Plants, the oldest form of life on earth hold many mysteries. While plants are often thought of as passive, we will see how many species have adopted aggressive strategies that have allowed for their survival. It is these "quiet rulers" of earth that are not only the foundation of the global ecology, but also the...
directed by Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010; produced by Lee Yeon-Kyu, fl. 2013, Film Ideas, in History of Life, Episode 1 (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2013), 46 mins
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History of Life, Episode 2, The Story of the Feather
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directed by Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010; produced by Lee Yeon-Kyu, fl. 2013, in History of Life, Episode 2 (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2013), 47 mins
Feathers play an important role in evolution. Originally providing insulation they eventually led to flight. In The Story of the Feather we chronicle how the fossil discovery of the Chinese reptilian wing, a four-winged dinosaur with primitive wings, has provided evidence that dinosaurs gradually evolved winged fe...
directed by Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010; produced by Lee Yeon-Kyu, fl. 2013, in History of Life, Episode 2 (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2013), 47 mins
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History of Life, Episode 3, The Landing
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directed by Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010; produced by Lee Yeon-Kyu, fl. 2013, Film Ideas, in History of Life, Episode 3 (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2013), 45 mins
Life, which first inhabited the seas and then land, is an amazing story. Through investigation of ancient trailblazers such as Tiktaalik, we learn the gradual process by which lungs and legs evolved, and how the creatures of the seas eventually conquered the land. Reverse evolution, from land to sea, is also prese...
directed by Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010; produced by Lee Yeon-Kyu, fl. 2013, Film Ideas, in History of Life, Episode 3 (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2013), 45 mins
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History of Life, Episode 4, Mating – The Search for the Other Half
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directed by Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010; produced by Lee Yeon-Kyu, fl. 2013, Film Ideas, in History of Life, Episode 4 (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2013), 45 mins
One of the most profound mysteries in the world, love between males and females, is explored. What was the evolutionary impetus which gave rise to love? Through an experiment involving the chlamydomonas, we recreate the fateful moment 25 billion years ago when genders first appeared.
directed by Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010; produced by Lee Yeon-Kyu, fl. 2013, Film Ideas, in History of Life, Episode 4 (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2013), 45 mins
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History of Life, Episode 5, Extinction – An End and a New Beginning
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directed by Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010; produced by Lee Yeon-Kyu, fl. 2013, in History of Life, Episode 5 (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2013), 44 mins
Mass extinctions have shaped and reshaped the landscape of life on earth throughout its history. In this program we chronicle the history of mass extinctions and their effect on evolution. We learn that these events not only destroy life, but also create the fertile ground from which life can take root again.
directed by Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010; produced by Lee Yeon-Kyu, fl. 2013, in History of Life, Episode 5 (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2013), 44 mins
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