This entire presentation was based on a logical, mathematical approach—a proof of sorts. It initially presents a false assumption and then proceeds to a conclusion that could be truly valid. In using probability, there is a point at which the probability of something being valid is so high that it cannot be false. It is up to the viewer to decide if my presentation reaches that point.
Music is added to the background to help those of a musical type. Movies have shown how powerful music can be in a presentation. Where would any of these blockbuster movies be without the music? Music can move the emotions of the listener like no other method.
The dialogue throughout the presentation is designed to appeal to the linguistic type. The dialogue lack flow and enthusiasm. Unfortunately, it is my natural voice, and even after numerous attempts, there is little difference between the first and the last attempt. The use of slides allows the viewer to hear the message and see some of the information in the form of slides. Information organized on slides helps the view organize the information in their minds. This also so appeals to the special type so they can see the information in a drawing on animated form.
I tried to add as much variety and animation as possible to keep the viewer attention and to keep then curious about what was going to be next. It is difficult to maintain the viewers’ attention without variety and the more animation the better. The material only serves to give the viewer enough information to wet their interests. A compete discussion of each topic with fill at least a full-length book on the topic. A reference section at the end allows the viewer to obtain more information on each of the individual topics.
The presentation is designed to make someone think about what is a pure coincidences and what is created by design to carry a hidden message. The final conclusion will vary from individual to individual, but the impact is there.