Appearing for the entire four-hour show, Stan Tenen of the Meru Foundation presented material that interwove quantum computing, gesture & languages, 'the shape of information,' and notions of evolution. His earlier work led him to conclude that patterns in the Hebrew text of the book of Genesis formed profound mathematical meanings.
In Tenen's latest research, he suggested that the sequence of Hebrew letters in the Bible function like a quantum computer, offering multiple calculations simultaneously. He outlined why he views Intelligent Design as a limiting theory-- it posits a Creator as an entity tied to objects, where he views God as a "process" rather than a thing. For additional essays and source material, see this special page he set up to accompany his presentation.