Consciousness In The Cell

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The Hormones that Refute Darwinism

Without your even realizing it, thousands of commands are being passed through your body every second, to make your life as easy and as practical as possible.

When you get excited or frightened, for instance, your stimulated nervous system, with great speed and without getting lost, activates the glands above your kidneys. On receiving the message, these adrenal glands secrete a hormone called adrenalin which, entering the bloodstream, calls your whole body to attention. It inhibits the activity of the stomach and intestines and halts the process of digestion. In this way, a significant portion of blood, no longer involved in digestion is now freed to supply the muscles. At the same time, your heartbeat and blood pressure increase. The bronchioles in the lungs expand, speeding up the absorption of oxygen and the supply of oxygen to the blood. The blood level of glucose increases too, leading to an increase in energy to the muscles. Finally, the pupils dilate and your eyes' sensitivity to light increases.

kidney

The result of all of these factors coming together is that you are equipped to perform in any situation, whether to run away, to defend yourself, or to attack.

Nerve cells are formed from lifeless, unconscious atoms. But these structures comprehend situations where the body is in need and immediately send messages to relevant regions of the body. The parts that receive the message are also made up of lifeless atoms, but despite this, they immediately "get the message" and act to produce the necessary hormone. Then this hormone, knowing full well the purpose for which it was made, travels throughout the body to activate the relevant organs.

To think that such a consciously planned, organized and purposeful system could have come about through coincidence is to turn a blind eye to all logic and common sense. Darwinists, by claiming that this whole system came about as a result of coincidence, have placed themselves in a very comical position where even children would mock at their assertions.

In fact, world-renowned British writer and philosopher Malcolm Muggeridge also stated this:

I myself am convinced that the theory of evolution, especially the extent to which it's been applied, will be one of the great jokes in the history books in the future. Posterity will marvel that so very flimsy and dubious an hypothesis could be accepted with the incredible credulity that it has. (Malcolm Muggeridge, The End of Christendom, Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1980, p. 43)

The clear and evident truth is that God, the Superior Creator, has created this flawless system.

When you get excited or frightened, the adrenaline hormone, secreted by the adrenal glands above the kidneys, sends the body into immediate high alert. The diagram summarizes this hormone's effects on the body.

hormone's effects on the body

1. Pupils dilate
2. Capillaries in the skin contract.
3. The heart begins beating more strongly and faster.
4. The lungs expand.
5. Muscles expand.
6. Blood flow to the intestines slows down
7. The liver releases less sugar

 

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