Item description for Mystery of the Three Clocks DVD (Moody Science Classics) by Moody Publishers...
Overview The human brain. The cicada or "seventeen-year locust." Chemicals reacting to one another. These three very different things have built-in "alarm clocks." Mystery of the Three Clocks presents a set of laboratory experiments based upon these God-ordained timepieces, introduces the "will of man" and concludes that although man can make his own choice, he cannot control the result of that choice.
Publishers Description The human brain. The cicada or 'seventeen-year locust.' Chemicals reacting to one another. These three very different things have built-in 'alarm clocks.' Mystery of the Three Clocks presents a set of laboratory experiments based upon these God-ordained timepieces, introduces the 'will of man' and concludes that although man can make his own choice, he cannot control the result of that choice. *Spanish Track Included Approximate Running Time: 29 minutes Age Group: Elementary and Up
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Studio: Moody Video
Running Time: 121.00 minutes
Record Label Moody Video
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.34" Width: 5.56" Height: 0.57" Weight: 0.19 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Release Date Apr 18, 2007
Publisher Moody Video
Series Moody Science Classics
ISBN 1575672537 ISBN13 9781575672533
Availability 0 units.
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Interesting science from a Christian perspective Feb 19, 2010
This 28-minute DVD is a re-released Moody Science Classic focusing on the mysterious clocks of the human brain, the 17-year locust, and chemical reactions. There was neat information about all of these, but especially the locusts and the chemical reactions. The locusts were neat for my children to see and brought back not-so-fond memories for me! It was fascinating to see the solution turn color at the exact number of seconds the proportions had been calculated to bring it about. There's a brief spiritual lesson at the end as well. All in all, this was a good video, and seemed to be enjoyed by my elementary and pre-school aged children, but I like others in the series better, such as Prior Claim and Signposts Aloft just to name two.