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Antibodies are formed by an aggregation of 4 amino acids.(2 sets of 2; 1 large and heavy set and 1 small and lighter set). Could this system have evolved step by step? Could the process of clonal selection.(the defense mechanism's ability to clone {make another cell just the same as itself} just the right defense cell to mount an attack on invading bacteria).have evolved step by step? Hardly! The fight would have been over long before evolutionary processes accumulated enough time to reach the next step needed to vanquish the invaders, unless of course, they all evolved at the same rate of speed, but then time then would have had to be not as the day/night common to Earth since its inception.

The problem of the origin of antibody diversity runs headlong into the requirement for minimal function. How does the body acquire tolerance to its own tissues?

These and other concerns re: the complex functioning inherent in the integrated mechanisms of the body effectively doom Darwinian explanations to frustration. Irreducible complexity.(systems requiring several components to function).as evidenced in DNA replication, electron transport, telomere.synthesis and.photosynthesis, presents mammoth barriers to gradual evolution. To compensate for this hurdle, evolutionists have devised the concept of punctuated equilibria, itself a crock of crap!

Darwin admitted he had massive problems with his theory of evolution when he considered an eye's intricacy.

To keep the immune system functioning effectively, one factor is that our tissues are kept at nearly neutral pH.(acid, alkaline balance).no matter what we seem to eat. Remarkable!

A healthy immune system is aided by healthy relationships. The ultimate multi-tasker is the body.

It is believed, in error, that a virus causes AIDS and that this 'virus' mutates its coat in order to evade the human immune system. Viruses are always mutating, that is looking different, because they are agglomerations of material the body regards as fit to be removed from it. They don't become something else, just as different things you put in your home garbage are regarded by you as nothing other than something to remove from your house. Antiobiotics are useless here as the body simply has to get rid of its garbage and antiobiotics would just add to the load to be removed. 

One would think, that if evolution happened over eons of time and that in the development by means of the principles of evolution involving natural selection, mutation and survival of the fittestsurely during all these eons of time, we would have the ability to deal effectively with the common cold and fever at least as well as some cold and fever medicines do. I mean, wasn't the common cold threat always there too?.(actually the key to avoiding the common cold apart from getting lots of sleep, is to avoid those things which clog the system and deplete immune functioning, especially if they are things which the body is overloaded with and cannot eliminate quickly enough through breathing, sweating and going to the bathroom, necessitating that these poisons be dumped into sinus cavities, etc.; listen to your body; ask questions of yourself regarding what you are eating and of vaccinations; build your immune system with good nutrition, plenty of sleep, regular exercise, etc. and by avoiding anything that would poison it, such as aluminum, formaldehyde, mercury, etc. which are poisons used in vaccines)

Fever signals infection. Safe silver collodial is great for killing infection and for burns and always has been for thousands of years. So is organic and/or raw honey, especially the honey that comes right in the natural comb and many other highly effective home remedies used for thousands of years, including turmeric and oregano. Learn about health by subscribing to health news here.

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Childhood fevers are beneficial. Can't fevers be dangerous and cause convulsions?

Following from an article archived by VacLib.org August 2007: Dr Robert Mendelsohn, is a Professor of Pediatrics and a man who treated tens of thousands of children in his lifetime. From his book How To Raise A Healthy Child In Spite Of Your Doctor he writes."If your child contracts an infection, the fever that accompanies it is a blessing not a curse.....A rising body temperature simply indicates that the process of healing is sped up. It is something to rejoice over not to fear.".Regarding convulsions, Dr Mendelsohn writes."High fevers do not cause convulsions. They result when the temperature rises at an extremely rapid rate......only 4% of children with high fever experience fever-related convulsions. There is no evidence that those who do have them suffer any serious after effects as a result. One study of 1,706 children who had suffered febrile convulsions failed to disclose a single death or motor defect."

"According to Australian Hygienist Dr Alec Burton, fever is not potentially dangerous unless it is suppressed with antipyretics.(fever reducing drugs).or the patient is forced to do physical or mental work. As a footnote to all this, there was an article in The British Medical Journal a few years back on the treatment of fevers in hospitalized children. The article stated that the primary reason why children were given fever-reducing drugs was."to calm down anxious parents".

Questions such as; what switches bacteriophage from the lysogenic to the lytic cycle? It doesn't matter if you don't know what on Earth the lysogenic or the lytic cycles are. What to notice here is a remarkable mechanism that can be seen to not have evolved by any stretch of the imagination and can be seen how remarkably complicated are the processes to cause this to happen. Only some great, brilliant intelligence far beyond us could have put it all together from 'stuff' we have yet to comprehend. Other interesting examples are in Michael Behe's book.

Vision:.Darwin in.The Origin of Species, 'Organs of Extreme Perfection' section, shows his conundrum over the supposition that radical.innovations such as the eye would require generations of organisms to slowly accumulate beneficial changes in a gradual process. However, gradual development of the human eye appeared to be impossible as its sophisticated features seemed to be independent. Furthermore."the earliest fishes have sophisticated eyes and the eye appears suddenly in natural history."....The Great Evolution Mystery, Gordon R. Taylor, 1983, Harper and Row, New York, pages 101,102.

Besides the human eye, animal eyes in some cases are radically different, such as fish retinas and especially so in the case of the lobster eye, which caused a revolution in, of all things, astronomy.

The lobster eye sits at the end of a long stalk. It focuses light by reflection off mirrors at grazing angles, not with a lens. It's not a case of which system sees better, but rather the Creator just 'throwin' us curves'; Ha ha!

And, that's nothing, compared to living forever, which a lobster does, unless he's caught and thrown in a pot of boiling water or dies from some injury.

And, insects have ultraviolet vision to see special markings. Fish retinas are very different from human retinas. And the eyes of an eagle...
   The retina's nerves link up to the visual cortex by means of the LGN.(lateral geniculate nucleus), a relay complex for the eye's nerves.

It is ludicrous to think that any organism could live, let alone develop, during the thousands of years evolutionists say it would take to develop an eye. That's not all, however. There are five different types of eyes.(that we know of), that gather light from images; man's, squids, vertebrates, arthropods and trilobite eyes. And let's not preclude.spirit light.

The changes evolution purports are way to slow to account for the prodigious change that has occurred in the history evolution is supposed to have occurred within.

If evolution is forever going on somewhere; like hello! Where?
 


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