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God Saw the Light was Good: The anatomy of light production in the firefly: Photinus Pyralis

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Flashing in unique patterns at dusk on warm summer evenings, the common Eastern firefly fascinates kids and adults alike with its colorful signaling.

God Saw the Light was Good: The anatomy of light production in the firefly: Photinus Pyralis

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DVD  Mark Armitage. 2012. Arizona Origins Science Association. 70 min. 

Flashing in unique patterns at dusk on warm summer evenings, the common Eastern firefly fascinates kids and adults alike with its colorful signaling. How does a firefly generate light? Could this light making system have evolved? Could the light messages the fireflies are using to communicate have developed via descent with modification or do they speak of an intelligent design? In this presentation, biologist and electron microscopist, Mark Armitage illustrates the anatomical structures of the firefly that produce light. Learn how firefly lanterns illustrate hyper-design from a Creator whose intellect surpasses all human imagination..

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