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The blood is filtered, cleaned and added to by body processes. 
    Blood is filtered and cleaned by the kidneys and liver. Blood clots as needed, and obviously stops before all the blood in us is clotted. Clots must form at the right place at the right time or circulation would be cut off. Clotting is confined to the site of injury. When a clot forms it is fragile. If bumped the wound can bleed, however the intelligence buried in us strengthens a clot once it has been formed. Aggregated fibrin is 'tied together' by an activated protein called FSF (fibrin stabilizing factor) which forms chemical cross links between fibrin molecules. Many more chemical functions occur here, such as the protein which acts as scissors to remove the clot after wound healing has progressed. This is explained in detail in the book, Darwin's Black Box, by Professor of Biochemistry at Lehigh University, Pennsylvania Michael J. Behe, on pages 79 to 97.
    Evolution is hard pressed here to explain why it is that you can't start with one chemical function needing another to perform a task, when the other function has not yet been developed. The whole system had to be put together at once. No one on earth has the vaguest idea how the coagulation cascade came to be. At some point this complicated system had to come into existence, and it could not have been done in step by step fashion. The idea of Darwinian natural selection can only choose systems that are already working, in order for natural selection to have anything to act on. 
    Blood coagulation is a paradigm (a pattern, example or model) of the staggering complexity that underlies even apparently simple bodily processes. 
    Similarly, corpuscles necessary for the body's defense are internally made by a marvelously complex  mechanism. 

The incredible body system continues: The bladder stores for subsequent discharge. Our temperature is maintained at 98.6 degrees fahrenheit, unless of course the body has to fight infection, in which case it creates fever. 
    This temperature system with its heating and cooling, is perfectly maintained day in and day out throughout the hot summers and colder winters.
    When sick, we feel like being still and lie down. This way all the body's resources can be more effectively mobilized to return us to health. They're not used up in fueling the body as we walk and work.
    We have a built in balance system. All this superior functioning is done in a comparatively small size. When cut, the body has a built in repair system. The repair system replaces tissues; skin, organs and bones. Most repairs occur when we sleep. During the day the body is busy providing for our activities. 
    Our remarkable digestive system secretes hydrochloric acid into the stomach, yet the stomach walls' mucus lining isn't dangerously eroded. They are always in a state of continual replacement, a total replacement of which occurs every two weeks. Digestive enzymes and other juices are secreted by the stomach's partner, the pancreas and as needed from a storage tank, the gall bladder. An amazing design which includes a back up.

A computer can store information, retrieve information and with overriding intelligence can manipulate information. A computer has a built in operating system but needs instructions to utilize its many functions. 
    The human body also stores and retrieves information using its brain and mind (the invisible spirit component -Job 32:8; 1Corinthians 2:11), transforming the activity of millions of brain cells into coherent thoughts. We do not understand how it can compute as it most certainly does so well. It clearly is light years beyond the most advanced computer available today. But we have discovered some of the secrets. 
    The brain has 100 billion cells, and is formed by 22 bones fused together to form a natural crash helmet. Such amazing design of development!
    We would have great difficulty wiring something with 60 trillion junctions. And, unlike an advanced computer today, the brain, amazingly, appears to store data right within the processing circuits, whereas, data in a computer is stored apart from the CPU (central processing unit or chip, meaning integrated circuit) on its hard drive.

The question for evolutionists is, which came first, consciousness or emotions? Antonio Domasio in his book The Feeling Of What Happens (1999) Harcourt, Brace, New York, N.Y., says that they can't be separated. Like so many things in God's wonderful creation, they interact, they compliment.
    A body's operating system controls growth of its parts, from the first cell replication in the womb of the mother, and all done without the conscience involvement of the person. One hand gets larger; so the other hand. Ears grow, etc., all in proportion to each other to produce an adult. The body has a built in clock. So does a computer. The body's clock regulates such things as growth, puberty, a woman's voice change, periods, menopause and aging. Do evolutionists see these and other changes as proof we're evolving?
    Aging comes not from genes, but from natural consequences, like a car doesn't need a gene to tell it to rust.

From a cell so small the human eye can't see it, comes all these incredible synchronized systems. The ability to make another cell just like a present one is a built part of the design. From where did the intelligence in the minute cell originate in order to so magnificently unfold this incredibly complex system – the human body? -Ecclesiastes 11:5
    What is it that causes a flower to bloom and when it should? 

Think about: The nervous systems controlling the feel when we touch something; the sense of whether something is too hot; the sexual systems of man and woman; the eliminative systems which can hold waste for a while; the development from one cell of multiple tissue kinds; the many particular membranes the body has, each organ possessing one. Check an encyclopedia and look up membrane. For example: The Peritoneum is a bilayer (2 layer) serous (secretory) membrane in the abdominal area, consisting of a parietal (relating to or forming the wall of a body part, organ or cavity) layer which lines the walls of the abdominal area and a visceral (relating to the soft internal organs of the body; especially the intestines, and those in the abdomen area) one closely investing (to cover completely; envelop) the majority of the abdominal organs, and mooring them firmly in position.-...continues


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