Think of the human body as an engineering problem. Your job is to design a machine to the following specifications. This machine must:
-Begin at the size of a speck and self-organize to a final weight of 180lb.
-It will be fueled by animal meat, vegetation, air and sunshine.
-It must be able to self-heal.
-It must be able to travel over land, climb up and over objects, and through water.
-It must remain functioning for 30 years.
-It must generate copies of itself with the same capabilities.
-The machine must be able to measure sound, pressure, light, flavor, and odor.
-It must be easily able to differentiate objects.
You get the idea. Anyway, present that list to any engineer or any group of engineers, and they'll laugh their butts off.
Good post. I enjoyed reading it. We have no idea of the awesomeness of God - we just know He is.
...and then you just take just one of it’s systems, the cardiac system for instance and realize it’s broken down into electrical, chemical, and mechanical subsets...and if you examine cardiac muscle/tissue/cells under a microscope, you see that it actually pulsates, and “beats” if you will, purposefully, rhythmically.
Excellent reply, AF. Hope to hear from you more often on these threads!
All the best—GGG
I am an engineer. I would not bid on this job. :)
And what you have stated is just the tip of the iceberg.