The Official Expelled Paternity Test

expelled.jpg One more shot across the bows before I go back to more serious work. Expelled producers claim that:

A variety of papers, micrographs, illustrations and animations with depictions of the cellular transport system of kinesin were used and are freely available on the internet. We invite you to learn more about this incredible little transport engine through the following links:

http://news-service.stanford.edu/news/2003/december10/kinesinproof-1210.html
http://www.stanford.edu/group/blocklab/kinesin.html
http://www7.nationalacademies.org/bpa/reports_bmm.html
http://www.umich.edu/news/MT/04/Fall04/story.html?molecular
http://www.esi-topics.com/nhp/2006/july-06-NobutakaHirokawa.html
http://bioweb.bio.uci.edu/sgross/NaturesNanotech.htm
http://www.goldmanlab.northwestern.edu/images/iftransportcartoon.gif
http://www.goldmanlab.northwestern.edu/intro.htm

but only a single image resembles the depiction of "this incredible little transport engine" shown in Expelled. Hint: it’s not one of the above. Take the Official Expelled Paternity Test to see which one.

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One thought on “The Official Expelled Paternity Test

  1. I’m thinking that the movie should have been called:
    Lies, and the Lying Liers that Tell Them.

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