Several bacterial senses point to Intelligent Design and Creation
You may have heard about an idea that complex life forms evolved from simple life forms such as bacteria. Does observed biology support such claim? No, because actually bacteria are not simple life forms. In my previous posts, I have told about MO-1 marine bacterium that has seven ion flow motors synchronized with a 24 gear-wheel planetary gearbox.
Bacteria also have different kind of sensors by which they are able to sense the surrounding environment. The assortment of different senses within bacteria might be surprising:
1. Sense of smell
2. Sense of magnetic field
3. Sense of sound
4. Sense of light
"Using the world’s most powerful X-ray laser at the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, they were able to see atomic motions as fast as 100 quadrillionths of a second – 1,000 times faster than ever before.
Further, “We’re the first to succeed in taking real-time snapshots of an ultrafast structure transition in a protein, in which a molecule excited by light relaxes by rearranging its structure in what is known as trans-to-cis isomerization,” says the study’s principal investigator, Marius Schmidt from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee."
5. Sense of taste (based on smell)
6. Sense of osmotic pressure
7. Sense of gravity
8. Sense of changing temperature
9. Sense of salt stress (osmolarity)
10. Sense of pH
11. Sense of chemicals (chemotaxis)
12. Sense of DNA damaging agents
13. Sense of mineral abundance
14. Sense of energy sources
15. Sense of electron acceptors
16. Sense of metabolites
17. Sense of pathogens and viruses
All of these senses require perfect design in which receptors and response regulators were created simultaneously. Rapid bacterial adaptations and changes are based on designed mechanisms, not random mutations or selection. The theory of evolution is just an illusion.