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DNA polymerase.synthesizes differently than RNA, employing yet another complicated technique involving double stranding. After this unbinding, the sequence is 'read' and kneaded.sequentially into a ladder shape, like a circular staircase complete with siderails. Many different enzymes are employed to ensure the finished product is properly functional.

Like constructing a building. First the plans are drawn. Then the whole enzyme team, about 10,000, gets together to carry out the instructions for the finished product with their individual areas of expertise. Complexity par excellence! Especially so when one considers the non physical component. 

A bacterial cell contains thousands of genes. Again, how does a cell know when to transcribe a gene and how does it select a specific gene from the thousands available? Gene regulation is an incredibly complex process, which works and had to work properly the first time. The integration of these individually intricate processes is critical to a system's function. With the technological intelligence and knowledge available today, we are just beginning to 'scratch the surface' of the mind of the Great One. For example, there are 200 times as many bacteria in the colon of a human as there are people who have ever lived.

Darwin lacked an accounting for genes which would provide quantitative.information regarding heritage. Darwin made a large error in searching for answers apart from the Christian roots to which he adhered earlier in life.

Systems of horrendous.irreducible complexity inhabit the cell, slaughtering the simplicity of thinking which gave rise to the phantom realization that life is the result of simple natural laws.

Consider the cell's membrane, which divides the outside world from the interior of the cell. This way a cell can maintain different conditions inside than prevails outside. Cells can concentrate nutrients in their interior so that they are available for energy production and can prevent newly made structural materials from being washed away. In the absence of a membrane, the large.array of metabolic reactions necessary to sustain life would be washed away. To understand the incredible parts and functions of a cell, read.The Chemistry of Life, in the Appendix of the book Darwin's Black Box. Here you will discover the remarkable story of how cell membranes are made.

An animal cell has 10 parts that are visible. Then there are the invisible patterns of functioning that support the visible. They centrally manufacturer and subsequently ship various proteins to other compartments within it. This is a fascinating intricate process, as each component within a cell is closed off. The cell must deal with shipping and delivery much the same as we must when sending a package off for delivery. Many factors are involved. Cells capture the energy of foodstuffs and store it in a chemically stable, yet readily available form. 

A cell's metabolic pathway is fully regulated at its inception. If the first cell lacked this function, none others would have followed. Borrow a library book on biochemistry and see how many problems for gradualism you can spot; yeah, right, like you don't have enough to do eh! And reading this so far has just about done you in! Ha ha!

In biochemistry, things are more complicated than they seem. Michael Behe, Professor of Biochemistry at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania addresses the question of this complication in his book,.Darwin's Black Box, 1998, Simon and Schuster, Touchstone Books.

No biologist has ever produced a paper to account for the bacterial flagellum.(bacteria that swim *).occurring by gradual evolution. These move by rotating their flagella.(acts as a rotary propellor).paddle, rotor and motor, together being an irreducibly complex machine. Another example of the importance of quality cells.

Plants:.2000 new species of plants are discovered every day, now totaling about 422,000, according to the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew in London, with yet about 50,000 other species expected to be discovered.."Feel the gratitude of a plant and an animal towards you and feel the gratitude of another person and feel their love. And you will see that you love them. You are a manifestation of the love of the Creator, since He is the love in relation to you.(love is the relationship with the Creator). You are in the movement of the Creator. You are a personification of His eternity. Go along with the concerns of the Creator. The Creator created you eternal when creating the eternal world."....Grigori Grabovoi. If you are loving, then you have to be of the Creator, because there is no other way love comes into a person if not from Creator-God:.1John 4:6-8,16. Love is not simply one's reaction to another. Love is able to precipitate because it is known in the universe.

From pine cones to pineapples, plants 'know' about complex mathematics and are very intelligent, even without a brain. See the amazing What Plants Talk About, Nature program on PBS, a video with James C. Cahill, University of Alberta in Edmonton, Experimental Plant Ecologist. Type the video name into YouTube.

Plants have nervous systems. The U.S.A. Agricultural Research Service has found and cloned twelve genes responsible for nerve like signals in plants. When a plant is perturbed by collision or biting, specific genes cause amino acid changes in receptor cells. Plants are complex. They also have remarkable cell walls.

"It is a plant's ability to create sugar and oxygen from carbon dioxide and water.(photosynthesis).that makes plants the dynamic driving of all life on Earth."....New Scientist.(newscientist.com), November 13, 1999. Without the very complex process of photosynthesis, the Sun would burn up the plant.

The Earth is certainly a space oasis; there's no place like it found so far. And, so necessary for plants to put down their roots.


There are many kind of edible mushrooms with remarkable healing propertied for huhumanity

Mycelium may be the king of all plants. It's an amazing fungus. How amazing? Right breast 5 times size of left one, cancer spreading throughout her body, Paul's 83 year old mother was given 2-3 months to live. She at first, was medically centric, thus staying away from her son's advice, but finally tried the mushrooms Paul uses and told her about. Goodbye cancer! And 5+ years later she's still thriving and sharper mentally than in her younger days. Wow! What mushrooms were these? See the video by typing in the title when on YouTube.

Mycelium hold all plant life together being only one cell wall thick. Mushrooms are strengthened with the structure comprised of mycelium. Mycelium are responsible for humus.."Dark matter conforms to the same paradigm as the mycelium."....Mycologist Paul Stamets in a TED talk.(in ted.com type 'paul stamets 6 ways mushrooms can save the world'). Paul has filed 22 patents for mushroom related technologies, including pesticidal fungi that trick insects into eating them and mushrooms that can break down the neurotoxins used in nerve gas.

"When a new leaf sprouts on an agave plant, it doesn't grow directly above the preceding leaf. Instead, it sprouts from a point above the old leaf and part way around the stem. If you drew a line connecting the bases of all the leaves, you would draw a helix up the plant's stem. Since the length of stem between the leaves is very short, the spiraling leaves form a tightly packed cluster known as a rosette.(like a rose shape)."
 


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