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Avoided questions here are: How did this incredibly complex organism called the cell, just arrive? Why should it be regarded as equal to the Big Bang, itself full of unanswered questions? How long a time did it take and why so? Why does he think the cell evolved? Why does he think the evolution of the cell's development is linked to multi cellular forms? He thinks the eukaryotic forms were present and if so, why and where from? He now suggests that all the basic elements of the cell were there, after telling us that the cell developed. He fails to describe 'the easy way' he feels multi cellularity came to be and mentions nothing regarding the very complex processes involved in mitosis.

No wonder some students come out of education blithering idiots. If you leave a student's interest unresolved, you'll frustrate him and frustration kills the incentive to think. I have little patience for so-called educators who turn out students with diminished potential.

Wasps:.Wasps are solitary creatures. They require little camouflage because they are the elite.foragers amongst all insects.

30,000 lenses comprise a wasp's eye. We have 1.

An adult wasp feeds mostly on nectar. Their larvae feed on insects or pollenating plants to get the pollen that the female wasp brought home for them.

There are many species of wasps. Hornets are a species which are mostly black, with yellowish markings.

The spider hunting wasp, will chase huge spiders as big as Tarantulas. Once the Tarantula knows the wasp is bearing down on it, it puts up little struggle.

Wasps eat plant fibre. As they chew, it turns into paper that they use to build their nests. Wasps are different from bees, how?

Grasshoppers:.The African savannah grasshopper can change its colour immediately!."In dry season when the grass on the plains is bleached and dead, it is straw coloured. When the rains come and the savannah is transformed with fresh vegetation, it is green. When fires break out, charring the landscape, it is black." ...Focus Magazine, December, 1999.

Beetles:."A number of weevils.secrete a sticky solution on their backs which lures algae, fungi and liverworts to take up residence there, helping the weevils to blend perfectly with the mossy woody plants of their habitat."

Some fungi like it cold!

Evolution pretends and so do beetles. Evolution pretends to convey information on origins of living organisms. Beetles pretend to be unacceptable for use. Integrating their purposes would be closer to the truth.

"Other beetles simply pretend to be non living or inedible.(unfit to be eaten). By pulling in their legs, dropping to the ground and lying stock still, they can look for all in their world like rabbit droppings.(poop).or pieces of soil, cunningly evading their sharp eyed hunters."....Focus Magazine, December, 1999.

Talk about a big insect! Living in South East Asia the stick insect looks like a stick and is over 30cm long, almost 12 inches and makes a tasty meal for humans there, as well as other hungry predators.

The parasitic Blister beetle, Meloe franciscanus, clumps together by the hundreds to form what looks to a male bee like a female bee, mimicking its shape, color and scent, as the male bee is not fooled by painted models.

When a male bee attempts to mate, the beetles grab onto its chest hairs and ride along while he looks for a female. Then they transfer off to her back and ride off to the nest where they get the pollen they need to survive. Both the bee, the plants from where the pollen comes from and the beetles had to exist together right from the beginning, otherwise, from where did the cooperative behavior come from?

This cooperative behavior also occurs between ants and bees as described by John Hafernik and Leslie Saul-Gershenz of San Francisco State University in May 4th, 2000,.Nature Magazine, as reported in.Scientific American.(sciam.com), July, 2000.

Crystals:.A few evolutionary scientists believe life originated from crystals. Molecular biologists will explain that crystals don't have a metabolism and that the crystal's mechanism is not carbon based like living organisms, but rather much simpler, silicone based. 

Crystals, unlike things that are organic, don't react to their environment, nor can they incorporate in their inherited code, as living organisms can. Life, the complex living organisms that are humans, animals, plants, etc., can come only from preexisting life. Crystals do not mutate in an adaptive way which is heritable

Electrical properties:.Where do you think the laws came from that regulate how, for example, piezoelectricity and pyroelectricity function, shown to behave in a tiny quartz crystal

When either compressed or heated, quartz produces electrical voltage. These properties of the quartz crystal are respectively called piezoelectric and pyroelectric. Because quartz vibrates the way it does and works the way it does in controlling radio waves, there are myriad applications in electronics' industries including amplifying currents of electricity in so-called free magnetic energy systems and converting the Sun's energy into electrical energy.

A quartz crystal bends when it's hooked up to a battery as in a quartz watch. It then generates an electrical pulse before bending back. With a steady current of electricity being applied.(as in the watch), a fragment of the quartz will oscillate at a precise frequency, that of 32,000 times every second.

An attached computer chip counts the pulses and divides them into seconds for the circuit board to display on the face of your quartz watch.

Flood in Noah's time: The Biblical narrative clearly shows that so far as the human race was concerned the Deluge was universal; that it swept away all men living except Noah and his family who were preserved in the ark and that the present human race is descended from those who were thus preserved. 

But is it a myth or is it factual? We'll look at that here which is apart from the fact that the scriptures are true and can be proved to be so.


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