On the macro
scale water freezes
patterns, leaving zigzag edges between the individual sheets forming as
the water freezes. Repeatable.(every
time water freezes).patterns
become evident when umpteen
very tiny ice formations
in digital displays, watches, etc.).also
exhibit interesting qualities. Although the characteristic
scale of the pattern changes, it maintains the same overall appearance.
Does evolution give us an answer how it does this? What do you think?
And, does evolution even
hint at an answer for the real and necessary things from the invisible?
Masaru Emoto's work with water crystals.(see
the YouTube videos).has
revealed the importance of looking inside ourselves. He
is a researcher who has discovered astonishing facts about intentions
and water. How intentions make a difference is amazing! Learn how you too
can affect patterns water crystals form when water is frozen.
Dr Emoto puts messages on
containers he puts water into. Messages of love ensure beautiful crystals
form when frozen. A message of anger, hate or whatever other negative he
may write on the small paper he puts on the container, turns the frozen
water into an ugly crystal formations. Put a message of love on your cell
phone. Some people put a message like this inside its back cover: "The
One and only true God of all light, love, life, compassion and creation
and His one and only Son Emmanuel.(Jesus).Christ.".Others
may put one or more of the high
consciousness attributes of love on a slip of paper they then attach
to whatever they want the message to affect. It works! You can also surround
another in your prayer/meditation times with similar messages. It's all
about your intention and the words you select that you want to affect another
for good. How often? Once is enough for what you have selected to do at
Evolution leaves off delving
into the facts of how intention affects matter. Documented photographically,
Emoto's work has changed most of what we didn't know and just assumed and
led to a new consciousness of Earth's most precious resource, water.
And the amazing diatom:
From an article in.Focus
Magazine, April, 2000: Diatoms are single celled plants which sometimes
form colonies, such as when they multiply into strings that float near
the sea shore, looking like tiny seaweed. Diatoms are found all over the
world, having hundreds of thousands of species.
New species are constantly
being found, with 6 new ones being found by just one botanist in 1999 alone.
They inhabit oceans, ponds and the soil and by means of photosynthesis
provide 40-45% of the world's oxygen,
more than all the rainforests put together.
And unlike algae,
they store oil, eventually becoming part of the world's oil reserves.
But the massive deposits
of present oil, like coal, were formed under tremendous pressure. Evolutionists
have no answer.(apart
from usual conjecture).to
the presence of coal and oil. What caused the forces producing such enormous
pressure? Why is matter able to be affected by such a thing as a force
in the first place?
Diatoms also are food for
animals from tiny protozoa
to ducks and whales and make up a quarter of the world's plantlife in terms
Their structure comprises
two interlocking halves, with a narrow slit in between them. Out of this
slit oozes a gluish substance. This is the substance that makes rocks slippery
in rivers or on the shoreline. Because of this 'mucilage', they can cling
Who comprehends the designed
invisible programming necessary which allows diatoms to do what it is that
they do? It had to be of design because random.chance
by evolution is impossible.(but
time & chance does happen:.Ecclesiastes
reproduce vegetatively by growing two new sides inside their shells and
separating. Several days later, the reproduction is repeated and so on
Cox, London's Natural Museum. Each offspring is smaller than its parent,
so every so often they go into sexual reproduction. Then they resume
Nature is efficient, it
can easily afford to be lavish.
Enough fruit rots annually in the tropics alone to easily supply
for all the world's inhabitants. Nature abundantly provides
food and clothing for animals and man:.Matthew
6:26,28,30. Look at the vast number of krill consumed by whales, the
number of salmon consumed by bears, etc.
In the organization of the
we see an amazing compact design using very little wiring. Almost all connections
are local and short. Just a necessary few are long.
The body is clean and highly
efficient, with no 'junk' parts just 'sitting in the yard'. It all works
as it's intended to, unless interfered with by poisons such as vaccinations,
genetically modified 'food'.(*),
pesticides and their cousins.
The veins in a leaf, the
tributaries of a river, the arteries in your body and even the 'leaves'
of the sea dragon, all form branching
patterns similar to a coastline. At various magnifications the view resembles
the original full scale view of a coastline. While nature modifies and
adapts these basic patterns as needed, shaping them to the demands of a
dynamic environment, underlying all its modifications and adaptations is
a hidden unity, a unity
an amazing invisible intelligent designer we call Creator-God.
An inspired collaboration
between award winning photographer William Neill and The Exploratorium,
San Francisco's renowned, hands on science museum, produced the gorgeous
presentation By Nature's Design.(book),
published by The Exploratorium.(exploratorium.com),
1993, just really an incredible book and makes a greatly appreciated gift.
Canadian distributor is Raincoast Books, Vancouver, British Columbia. American
Distributor is Chronicle Books, San Francisco.(chronbooks.com).
The book reveals in stunning
color, photographs of patterns in nature and fascinating, always accessible
scientific observations and explanations, the incredible beauty,
and the diversity
of nature's designs. The recognition of natural patterns is at the heart
of both scientific investigation and artistic exploration and the first
step to understanding the natural world is to see and see clearly.
William Neill's photographs
dramatically reveal mathematical patterns in nature that we often overlook,
such as spirals and helixes, meanders and ripples, spheres and explosions,
all of incredible mathematical
design and allow us to see, in intricate detail, the similarities between
the wax walls of a honeycomb and the soap
films in a froth of bubbles and between the meanders of a river and
the curves of a highway.
And, as distinguished nature
writer Diane Ackerman illustrates in her foreword, once you begin to recognize
fundamental patterns comprising mathematical forms including
Archimedes spiral, the equiangular spiral, the helix
and fractals, your view and understanding of the natural world will undergo
a subtle, yet welcome shift.