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That's a Fact

Here's something worth a post or a tweet.

Today, the Institute for Creation Research debuts a new series of online video shorts called That's a Fact. The show is aimed at delivering fascinating facts about science, the Bible, and more in an entertaining manner—in two minutes or less.

The first episode in the series, "Measuring Billions," shows just how big the number one billion is, from how many trips around the world one billion frequent flier miles will get you to how long it would take someone to count from one to one billion. (Hint: a little over one billion minutes have passed since the time Jesus walked the earth!)

New episodes will appear each month, and viewers can share these fun videos with friends via social media networks like Facebook and Twitter. That's a Fact shows will also be featured at ICR conferences and seminars.

That's a Fact is just one of the exciting new developments at ICR in our mission to equip believers with evidence of the Bible's accuracy and authority.

* Ms. Dao is Assistant Editor at the Institute for Creation Research.

Article posted on October 4, 2011.

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