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C r e a t i o n  I n d e x

C r e a t i o n  p a g e  9 5

Once is an occurrence. Twice may be coincidental. But three or more times make a pattern.

Similar patterns repeat on very different scales. The cells in the root of a buttercup resemble the wax chambers of a honeycomb. An arrangement of hexagons often appears where identical elements are packed tightly together, whether it's on a macroscopic.(large).or microscopic.(tiny).scale.

Other repeats are, fire, for example. It works repeatably. Never has anyone applied a burning match to dry leaves and witnessed the resulting combustion turn the leaves into water. The necessities required are constant. To create fire.(either from friction {lighting a match} or percussion {striking two pieces of flint together}).requires prior programming by the Great Programmer.

Who or what made things to work as they do and they do work as they were designed to, as they have been programmed to:.Mark 4:28 "For the earth.brings forth fruit of herself; first the blade, then the ear, after that the full corn in the ear.".A few other examples.1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) 16) 17) 18).

We daily depend upon the stedfastness the invisible Creator has built into the Universe:.Genesis 2:1 "Thus the heavens and the earth were finished.(not.in a state of evolution, as though the Infinite Intelligence couldn't get it right the first time) and all the host of them." Psalms 89:11 "The heavens are yours, the earth also is yours. As for the world and the fulness thereof, you have.founded.them." Psalms 147:5 "Great is our Lord and of great power. His understanding is infinite." Psalms 148:5,6 "Let them praise the name of the LORD. For he commanded and they were created. He has also.stablished.them forever and ever. He has.made a decree which shall not pass." Isaiah 40:26 "Lift up your eyes on high.(referring here to the stars).and behold who has created these things, that brings out their host by number. He calls them all by names by the greatness of his might, for that he is strong in power, not one fails.(original 'lacks', in how it is supposed to function)." Isaiah 44:24 "Thus says the LORD, your redeemer and he that formed you from the womb, I am the LORD that makes all things, that stretches forth the heavens alone, that spreads abroad the earth by myself." Isaiah 48:13 "Mine hand also has laid the foundation of the earth and my right hand has spanned the heavens. When I call unto them, they stand up together." Jeremiah 10:12 "He has made the earth by his power, he has.established the world.by his wisdom and has stretched out the heavens by his discretion." Colossians 1:16,17 "For by him were all things created that are in heaven and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones or dominions or principalities or powers.(*). All things were created by him and for him. And he is before all things and by him all things consist." Jeremiah 32:17 "Ah Lord GOD! behold, you have made the heaven and the earth by your great power and stretched out arm and.there is nothing too hard for you.".And it can be the same for when in the same consciousness as Creator-Father has.

The built in programming of animals is why they know how to do what they do. The first animal knew what action to take in order to reproduce its kind. The reproduction process is a massive problem for evolution. Support of evolution depends upon non thinking people swallowing lies of those knowing better, but having a hidden agenda toward its success:.Isaiah 5:20-24.

World of the cell: David S. Goodsell, assistant professor in the Department of Molecular Biology at the Scripps Research Institute.(scripps.edu/pub/goodsell/).notes."It's impossible for a cell to integrate these four substances in such a way as to sustain life...a remarkable uniformity of all earthly things occurs at the molecular level. All are built of the same basic components...all have a common molecular plan...all are comprised of protein, nucleic acid, polysaccharide and lipid, the four basics."

Why is a cell programmed to work with only the four basics and refuses other substances? Who inserted these performance instructions into them? Everything within the cell is in rapid motion, held together molecularly and assisted in animation by what some believe to be the neutrinos.

Goodsell continues in 'Biomolecules and Nanotechnology', American Scientist Magazine.(americanscientist.org), May/June, 2000."Two different approaches are taken to synthesize these molecules resulting in characteristic forms and functions. Proteins and nucleic acids are built in modular form by stringing subunits together based on genetic information. 

"Proteins and nucleic acids may be built in any size and with subunits in any order. This gives remarkable flexibility to the form and function of these molecules. In contrast, lipids and polysaccharides are built by dedicated machines. Each new type of lipid molecule requires the creation of an entirely new suite of synthetic machines. Likewise a new set of machines must be created to build each new type of polysaccharide linkage. The result is that lipids and polysaccharides appear in fewer forms than proteins and are used in much more limited, albeit, essential roles. 

"The standard for biological information is 20 amino acids used in proteins, encoded by five types of nucleotides found in the nucleic acids DNA and RNA. Every protein is made of these 20 amino acids. This allows for the creation of proteins with widely differing properties.

"A cell's building blocks include flexible and rigid components charged and uncharged, acidic, basic.(alkaline).and neutral amino acids, large and small amino acids with several having chemically reactive properties. Special proteins having a cross linked structure can retain their shape under harsh conditions. 

"Proteins are most flexible with changeable shapes. Some are highly acidic. Others alkaline.(basic). Each is particulary able to withstand the environment within which it functions.

"Others being covered with carbon rich groups.(oily).repel water and seek out certain membranes for binding. And others operate within an aqueous environment. Contact sites between proteins are highly specific ensuring that a protein only interacts with its proper partner. Proteins match by having each of their 'arms' fit into a complimentary grove in another specific protein. This is done by means of vesicles."

Many proteins are most similar yet function very differently.
 


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