Thank God man hasn't discovered how the other 97% works!
already screwin' up some of the 3% he thinks he understands.
do not see is a world in which everything obeys instructions coded
in its DNA, and nothing else matters...We must turn at least some attention
to life's other secret, the universal mathematical principles of growth
and form that DNA exploit." ...Ian Stewart, Ph.D., Royal Society of England's
Faraday Medal winner for outstanding contributions to the public understanding
of science, mathematics writer for Scientific
American in the column 'Mathematical Recreations',
and mathematics consultant to
Scientist Magazine, author of Does
God Play Dice?, Fearful Symmetry,
of Chaos, Nature's Numbers,
and Life's Other Secret, (1998), John
Wiley & Sons Inc., New York.
the whole creation! Such brilliance, such intelligence is exhibited. To
have put it all together, all at once, and have it all function so well,
so very well, is of astounding intelligent ability.
The system we live in is perfectly
us. The 'How Great Thou Art' hymn, is really an understatement of just
how great this Being who (who
like us) is the epitome of
brilliance, intelligence, alertness, insight, knowledge, and design ability
that is called God is -Isaiah
46:9,10 ".....I am God, and there is none else; I
am God, and there is none like me, Declaring the end from the beginning,
and from ancient times the things that are not yet done, saying, My counsel
shall stand, and I will do
all my pleasure."
For example, without one complex process
we would not be here.
over time develops into 30 trillion
(American) cells and we have the human body including the brain having
12 billion cells, and forming more
than 120 trillion connections. Animals
similarly are as complicated. And likewise are the supportive systems
sustaining diverse life on the
Even if man had all the materials
to work with for the beginnings of life's species, can you see all the
problems trying to get it right and all working together properly? Keep
this in mind as you read through the differences in but a snapshot of the
workings of this marvelous creation.
If evolution be true, it's too fast
for the eons of time assigned to evolution!
During development, the fertilized egg progresses
over thirty eight weeks from a single cell to a human being; or from an
evolutionist's standpoint – from a primordial
cell, the conceptus progresses
through being a protozoan, a fish, a reptile, a bird, a primate, and ultimately
a human being. Of course in the light of DNA
evidence, it can be clearly seen that the DNA for a fetus
is not the DNA for a frog.
DNAs of a fetus, frog, fish or fly are uniquely programmed for reproduction
after their kind. Many people however,
are too busy defending conjecture,
to check and see what's true in the first place.
The very first 'anything'
had to have already 'evolved' the reproduction system, in order
to produce descendants. We have our
biological systems, which evolutionists misconstrue
or at least mislabel as micro evolution
in action. Its important to pursue a thorough understanding regarding
characteristics within cells
– examples: puberty
(cells that are 'told'
when to divide and how to organize),
role of active genes, new pathways
develop in response to certain stimuli,
development, menopause – in all these, cells are
'told' when to alter chemical systems by
a complex gene related mechanism.
This built in programming
is encoded and shows
organisms have built
in genetic mechanisms for rapid variation. Calling it micro
macro output may
be correct, but calling it micro evolution is misappropriation.
The more genes
there are, the more complexity to discover in their interactions. Evolutionists
accepted-the erroneous teaching that mutation
and natural selection or any other non intelligent process brings about
increase in complexity.
assume that mutation
and natural selection leads to an increase in complexity – evolving
into an advanced species.
Menopause is unique.
Only humans and the Pilot whale appear to have it. Why in the animal world
just this whale? Is God
us curves again? The collective
of species, like the finch's beak),
the small unending procession of changes, are simply natural expressions
of the laws undergirding complexity.
At the annual session of the American
Harvard University, the celebrated Professor Agassiz remarked "We find
that young animals, of almost all classes, within the egg, differ widely
from what they are in their full grown condition. We find, too, that the
young bat, or bird, or the young serpent, in certain periods of their growth,
resemble one another so much that I would defy any one to tell one from
the other or discern between a bat and a snake."
a flower, where there is also much similarity;
they come from pollinated seeds, have petals, stamen, pistils, green stalks,
roots, need the Sun, need pollination, water, nutrients, grow, decompose,
etc. Similarity reveals nothing about processes affecting these. For example,
taking note of a flower's need for Sunshine tells us nothing about the
hidden mathematics involved, or the necessary process of photosynthesis.-...continues
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