The reality of Creation


The theory of evolution, which denies the creation of life, it is a falsehood absolutely contrary to scientific facts. Modern science, through certain branches of science such as paleontology, biochemistry and anatomy, clearly reveals that all living beings have been created by a Creator.

In reality, to observe this it is not necessary to resort to the complicated results obtained in biochemical laboratories or in geological excavations. The signs of extraordinary wisdom are visible in all living beings. A technology and design never achieved by humans is present in the body of insects or a small fish in the depths of the seas. Some living beings, albeit devoid of brain, they can perform such complex jobs that not even man is able to do.

This great wisdom, design and project that predominates over all creation undoubtedly provides proof of the existence of a supreme Creator in whose hands is the government of all nature. He has provided all living beings with extraordinary features and has shown men the evident signs of His existence and His power..

On the following pages, we will examine only a few of the countless proofs of Creation in nature.

Bees and the architectural wonders of honeycombs

Bee Heaven

Bees produce more honey than they need and store it in honeycombs, whose hexagonal structure is well known. Have you ever wondered why bees build hexagonal rather than octagonal or pentagonal honeycombs?

I matematici che hanno tentato di rispondere alla domanda sono pervenuti a un’interessante conclusione: “A hexagon is the most appropriate geometric shape for maximum use of a given area.”

A hexagonal cell requires the least amount of wax for construction, while it allows you to store the maximum amount of honey. So bees use the most appropriate form possible.

The method used for the construction of the honeycomb is equally incredible: the bees start building the hive from two or three different points and at the same time manufacture the honeycombs in two or three rows. Although they start from different places, the bees, very numerous, they build identical hexagons, which, joined together later, make up the honeycombs. The junction points of the hexagons are assembled so cleverly that it does not allow to grasp the progression of the operations.

Faced with this extraordinary performance, we must undoubtedly admit the existence of a higher will that provides for these creatures. Evolutionists attempt to explain these results with the concept of “instinct”, presenting it as a simple attribute of bees. Nonetheless, if there is an instinct at work, which guides all the bees and allows them to work in harmony, however unaware of each other, then this presupposes the existence of an eminent Wisdom to whom the government of these creatures belongs.

Amazing architects: termites

termites[1]No one can avoid being surprised by observing a termite mound erected on the ground. This happens because termite nests are architectural miracles that can reach the height of 5-6 meters. They contain sophisticated systems capable of satisfying all the needs of termites, which can never appear in the sunlight due to their body structure. Ventilation systems are found in termite mounds, channels, rooms for the larvae, corridors, areas for growing mushrooms, emergency exits, rooms for cold or hot temperatures; In short, all. The most surprising thing is that the termites that build these nests are blind. 1

Nonetheless, we see that, comparing the size of a termite and its nest, they successfully carry out an architectural project 300 times higher than them. Termites have another surprising feature: if a termite mound is divided into two parts during the early stages of construction and reassembled after a certain period, you will see all the steps, the canals and streets intersect each other.

Termites continue their work as if they have never been separated and are directed by a single center.

The woodpecker

Everyone knows that the woodpecker builds its nest by pecking at tree trunks. What many do not consider, however, it is as if he does not suffer any cerebral haemorrhage when he hits so hard with the head. The work of the woodpecker is in some ways comparable to a man who drives a nail into the wall with his head. If a man ventured to do something like this, he would probably suffer a cerebral shock which would be followed by a hemorrhage. A woodpecker, however, is able to peck a hard tree trunk for 38-43 times over 2,10 e 2,69 seconds without anything happening to him, as his head was created suitable for this purpose. The skull of the woodpecker has a system of “Suspension” which reduces and absorbs the force of blows. There are special softening tissues between the bones of the skull. 2

The sonar system of bats

Bats fly in the dark without any problems using a very interesting navigation system. It is the so-called system “sonar”, for which the shapes of the surrounding objects are determined thanks to the echo of sound waves. A young man can barely catch a sound with a frequency of 20000 vibrations per second. A bat fitted with a special “sonar system” makes use of sounds whose frequency is equal to 50000-200000 vibrations per second. Send these sounds in all directions 20 O 30 times per second. The echo of the sound is so powerful that the bat not only identifies the existence of objects in its path, but it also determines the location of its prey while it is in flight. 3

The whales

Mammals need to breathe regularly, for this reason, water is not a very suitable environment. In the whale, which is a marine mammal, questwhale-watch[1]o problem is solved thanks to a much more efficient respiratory system than that of many terrestrial animals. The whales exhale at once the 90% of the air they need. In tal modo, they need to breathe only at long intervals. At the same time, they have a highly concentrated substance called myoglobin which allows them to store oxygen in their muscles. Thanks to these systems, the fin whale can dive up to 500 meters and swim for 40 minutes without breathing. 4 The nostrils of the whale, on the other hand, they are placed on the back unlike land mammals in order to breathe better.

The mosquito

The mosquito is always thought of as a flying animal. In reality, the mosquito spends the first stages of its development in the water, from which it comes out, thanks to a “project” awesome, equipped with all the organs it needs.

The mosquito begins to fly with special sensor systems at its disposal to determine the position of its prey. Because of these systems, reminiscent of a fighter plane loaded with heat detectors, gas, humidity and odors. It also has the ability to “see in accordance with the temperature”, which allows it to discover its prey in total darkness.

The technique of “blood sucking” takes place in an extremely complex way. By means of a six-blade system, the mosquito cuts the skin as with a saw. During this process, a special secretion numbs the wound tissues so that the person does not even notice what is happening. This secretion, at the same time, prevents blood clotting and ensures continuity of the sucking process.

If even one of these elements were missing, the mosquito could not feed on blood and continue to reproduce. For his exceptional project, even the smallest creature is an evident sign of Creation.

1. Grzimek's wildlife birds 3, German pocket book publisher, October 1993, p.92
2. David Attenborough, Life On Earth: A Natural History, Collins British Broadcasting Corporation, June 1979, p.236
3. David Attenborough, Life On Earth: A Natural History, Collins British Broadcasting Corporation, June 1979, p.240
4.”The Structure and Properties of Spider Silk”, Endeavour, January 1986, vol. 10, pp.37-43

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