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Video Technology Shows the Marvel of Fetal Development

Alexander Tsiaras, a mathematician and visual artist, uses special visualization software to explore the unseen human body. In a 2010 TED.com lecture, he explained how his technology has enabled him to scan the development of the fetus from conception to birth. Although we hear nothing about his faith or his views on abortion, throughout the lecture Tsiaras refers to what he calls the "marvel" and the "miracle" of an unborn baby's ...

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Bruce Konkle

May 11, 2012  11:55am

This is absolutely incredible. And people will say this happens by chance. How you can possibly deny there is a God?

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Marshall Shelley

May 07, 2012  8:20pm

I really appreciated this. Thanks.

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