Intelligent Design, the best explanation of Origins

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1 Dembsi, intelligent design uncensored on Mon May 30, 2016 11:27 am


DID MIND MAKE MATTER, or matter mind? Are the things of nature the product of mindless forces alone, or did creative reason play a role? Theologians have grappled with this question but so have philosophers and scientists stretching from ancient Athens to modern Nobel Prize winners like physicists Albert Einstein, Arno Penzias and George Smoot. The reason is simple: It may be the most important, the most fundamental question of all.

As the ship weaves its way through the nucleus over the next few hours, you witness a stunning array of raw materials and finished products shuttling along microtubule tracks to and from the many assembly plants in the outer regions of the larger and encompassing cell factory. It becomes apparent that the machines all around the ship are not only almost incalculably numerous but also fantastically various. There are molecular machines to haul cargo along molecular tracks. There are molecular cables, molecular ropes, molecular pulleys. There are light-powered machines that harness particles of light and store them in molecular batteries, machines to flip cellular switches, machines to send electrical current through nerves, machines to build other machines (and themselves), machines to swim, machines to copy, machines to ingest and digest. In every direction you look, you discover
some new miracle of rare device, nanotechnology light years beyond anything humans have yet achieved.

In the next century scientists began amassing evidence of just how complex even the simplest life is, with even one-celled organisms emerging as microminiaturized factories of unparalleled sophistication. What had seemed like something that the blind forces of nature might easily throw together—the first one-celled organism— now looked, for all the world, like the handiwork of a master engineer.

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