The chance that a random chance came along and designed the complex human body is completely IMPOSSIBLE. For someone to say that all these sophisticated complex human body systems came along by random chance is complete madness.
How often do random chances happen in your life to generate financial income for you or prepare food for you, or transport you from one place to another, or build a house for you, or pay your bills on your behalf?
The Glorious Qur’an Challenge to Humanity:
Humanity Won’t Create a Fly
It’s a very strange story, when all the genetic engineering scientists met in a private conference around the DNA and despite the great efforts to produce only one cell, they could not do it
This is a picture for the head of a fly, look with me at this amazing complication as the eye occupies most of the head. And that is to enable the fly to escape, maneuver and reconnaissance. The strange thing is that at the beginning of the 20th century, the scientists in the west were very proud.
After exhausting experiments, they tried to produce a living cell. They referred to the DNA that exists in the fly as it is considered to be the best sample to imitate.
And in one of the conferences and after discovering the secrets of the DNA substance that holds the secret of life, a great number of scientists met together and found that it’s impossible to create a living cell or even a DNA molecule capable of proliferation as in living cells, they admitted to failing in this job.
But they have forgotten that this was previously said by Almighty Allah as he says:
(O mankind! A similitude has been coined, so listen to it (carefully): Verily those on whom you call besides Allâh, cannot create (even) a fly, even though they combine together for the purpose. And if the fly snatches away a thing from them, they will have no power to release it from the fly. So weak are (both) the seeker and the sought)
[Surat Al-Hajj, verse: 73].
There are different levels of organization and complexity in the human body these are:
Molecular level: The molecular level is the lowest level of organization. There are a vast number of different molecules in the human body. The simplest level of organization is a single organelle, which is composed of macromolecules.
Cellular level: The cell is the smallest independent unit of life. There are millions of kinds of cells in the human body. Cells cannot be seen with the naked eye. However, under a microscope different types of cells can be distinguished by size and shape and by the dyes they absorb.
Cells of the body are specialized and perform specific functions, contributing to the functioning of the whole body. Cells having similar structures and functions form tissues.
Tissue level: Tissues are made up of cells that have similar structure and function, and which work together to perform a specific activity. Examples of tissues include blood, nerves, bone, etc.
There are four basic tissues in the human body: connective, epithelial, muscle, and nervous tissue.
Organ level: Organs are made of different types of tissues. Organs have specific functions. Examples include heart, brain, skin, etc.
Organ system level: A group of organs and tissues constitute a system. The human body has several systems which work interdependently and perform specific functions. Proper functioning of all systems is necessary for the body to be healthy.
The human body has 11 organ systems:
All fine-tuned to give you a conscious being. By randomness, Impossible.
Look at this one small example about the complexity of the human brain.
A team of researchers led by Markus Diesmann in collaboration with Abigail Morrison both now with the Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine at Jülich, succeeded in simulating a network consisting of 1.73 billion nerve cells connected by 10.4 trillion synapses. To realize this feat, the program recruited 82,944 processors of the K Computer.
The process took 40 minutes, to complete the simulation of ONLY 1 second of neuronal network activity in real, biological, time.
“Although the simulated network is huge, it ONLY represents 1% of the neuronal network in the brain.”
Allah knows Best.
Credit: Abdul-Majeed Al-Zandani.
Almighty Allah is the highest and most knowledgeable, and the attribution of knowledge to him is the safest.
Right from Almighty Allah and wrong from me and Satan
Prepared by Mohamad Mostafa Nassar- Australia.
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