The intelligence of God in nature

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“And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free.”
— John 8:32

I reviewed a book about the wonderful ingenuity of nature written by Samuel Alibrando titled “Nature Never Stops Talking.” It consisted of several short stories about how the laws of nature work from the smallest of atoms to the size and characteristics of the largest animal known to modern day man, which is the blue whale.

It was very interesting how the cells of a living organism function with their own intelligence to do a specific job in order to create the five senses in all animals. The intelligence in the cell is the atom, which is 1,000 times smaller than the cell, and was compared to a complete solar system within each cell. The nucleus is the center of the atom with the electrons orbiting around the nucleus, just like the planets orbit around the sun in what man recognizes as our solar system. There was a lot more detail about the atom but that gives us some idea about how the intelligence works.

The largest known animal is the blue whale with a heart that can weigh up to 1,000 pounds. It circulates 14,000 pounds of blood through a body that can weigh as much as 190 tons. The largest dinosaur found to date weighs in at 50 tons, which is about one third the size of a blue whale weighing an average of 150 tons...

 

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