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C r e a t i o n  P a g e  9 2
Nature's Ways:.Patterns in nature describe elegance and economy, whether from the nano world or in macro existence.

The pattern pursuing science of mathematics reveals a world you may never have imagined existed; the world serving as a medium.conveying the thinking the great invisible Infinite Intelligence had so very long ago, according to what we think is time and space...

By understanding the thinking of the Great Designer of the universe and all in it, we can build wonderful things, like quantum computers and new strong glues, for just two examples. Lacking an understanding of the Creator's thinking equates to lack of creativity.

Lack of creativity is typical of a low consciousness ego level of existence, which is a basic level of subsisting with life at a basic level which avoids the maxim 'When you know better, you do better'.

Neil Gershenfeld director Center for Bits and Atoms at MIT."We're surrounded by computation.".Breakthroughs may happen, he says."if you ask nature how it solves a problem...."....Popular Science.(popsci.com), June, 2002. The answers are always in the spiritual, below the atom.

"Everything that happens in nature happens by virtue of the functioning of natural law.(such as). Technology for example applies the principles of nature to produce. Modern science identifies the universal laws regulating such things and realizes alignment with nature's laws upholds all in the universe, governing such things as motion, molecular dynamics, astronomy, botany, planetary science, cosmology, chemistry, digestion, relationships, etc. Life not aligned with natural law produces an unsuccessful life.(see the movie that explains why an unsuccessful life), things an individual didn't want.(*)."....Dr John Hagelin

Strong mathematical patterns are readily evident in the living world of organisms, be they plant, animal, bacteria, a protist.(cells), or fungus. Therefore patterns must have mathematical causes. The precision of mathematics indicates a prescriber. The patterns are in the creation. Therefore intelligence is revealed in the design.

Balance of Design:."If the fraction of rest mass converted to energy when hydrogen atoms fuse to form helium was slightly different, there would be no elements complex enough to form life...and if the ratio of the strength of gravity to the strength of electromagnetism were not the very small number it happens to be, then the gravitationally bound objects that make up the Universe would not be the galaxies, stars and planets that make life possible. The careful balance of these two qualities determines the scale at which gravity takes over, which in turn sets the scale for astronomical bodies...our Universe seems to be remarkably fine tuned."....Just Six Numbers, Martin Rees, Britain's Astronomer Royal, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, ISBN 0297842978.

The Creator knew what to put where in the formation of the Earth. Coal appears many places on Earth, but not in Antarctica. Strange, scientists say, as during the warm Cretaceous period much vegetation should have been there. Clearly the world is not as has been assumed to be.

The Creator and His group knew exactly how to design internal organs for utmost efficiency.

Since we are learning from the designs.(we can recognize intelligent design).of nature, the intelligence must be both older than man and considerably more intelligent, for even after discovering such patterns, we have great difficulty reproducing them. Clearly, an intelligence far beyond our is at work. 

An example is just below on molecular machines. Another is the body's quantum computers. Another is photosynthesis. Another example of learning from nature's.(the things the Great Infinite One has designed).incredible designs.

Another is: Marc Kirshner, Harvard University cell biologist says that a better understanding of signals in cell division is needed."we've just got to figure out how to imitate that process.".We learn from the designs made of God. More are...

Nature invariably seeks the way to accomplish the most with the least, using the tightest fit, the shortest path, the least energy expended, the most efficient design 1) 2) 3), while avoiding all negative factors.

We do the same as we continue improving mechanical and electronic things, such as increasing a jet engine's efficiency, the aerodynamical design of newer jet planes, the new dryer that uses less electricity, a more efficient hull design for a boat, etc., showing us the subtle lesson that as increasing success comes, the more understanding we must.(even unknowingly).have gained about the mind of Creator-God. Although some 'professions' still are rummaging around using error filled concepts.

Biological molecular machines are now being examined to solve the problems of nanotechnology, however the quest to develop a self-assembly machine.as Creator-God has done in the cells, is presently light years beyond any information present gains in nanotechnology draw forth.

20 questions?.(creationscience.com/onlinebook)

Books and Links: 

-The Face of Evolution.by Hank Hanegraaff, 1998, Word Publishing, Nashville, Tennessee. Hank is known as the Bible Answer Man. Subscribe to Hank's Daily e-Truth for in depth learning of the Bible.at equip.org
-What Do the Fossils Say? by Dr. David N. Menton, Ph.D..(gennet.org)
-Refuting Evolution.by Dr. Jonathan D. Sarfati, B.Sc. (Hons.), Ph.D..(search for the document at answersingenesis.org)
-Evidence Which Demands a Verdict, by Josh McDowell
-The Bible as History.by Werner Keller.(an archaeological book of importance)
-The Scientific Case for Creation.includes: Astronomy; Earth Sciences; Hydroplate; Life Sciences; Liquefaction; Mammoths.(creationscience.com)

The dark side keeps trying to harm in any way it can. The dark side will turn anything it can into a new dark direction.
 


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