Theodore installs an artificially intelligent operating system that is personalized to him based on his responses to a few preliminary questions. He then has a conversation with the operating system, which names itself Samantha. When Theodore asks Samantha how she works, she states that she learns from her experiences, as does Theodore.
Hank provides background information on the biologist who contributed to evolutionary history: Charles Darwin. He also explains the four principles of Darwin's idea of natural selection, which are variation, heritability, struggle for existence, and survival and reproduction rates.
Key Words: Genetic Drift, Fitness, Variations of Phenotype, Heritable, The Struggle for Existence, Survival and Reproduction Rates
Beakman explains that giraffes have long necks so they can eat leaves out of trees. He mentions that heredity has caused them to all have long necks. He then pretends to be Charles Darwin, who explains how natural selection caused the long necks in giraffes.
This clip describes how genetic mutations can lead to an animal's advantage in survival. Neil deGrasse Tyson talks about a Black bear that turns into a white bear because of a genetic mutation, which later became known as polar bears.
An enormous tsunami makes its way to the streets of New York City, causing havoc and destruction. While cinematic, this scene can be used to show the damage that can result from a natural disaster such as a tsunami.