Cardiovascular Function: Potassium Control and the Case for Intelligent Design
For the body to survive, the system that controls potassium must inherently “know” what is needed and do it naturally.
Cardiovascular Function: The Body’s Irreducibly Complex System for Controlling Potassium Content
Chance and the laws of nature result in debility and death, not functional ability and life.
The Fundamental Equation of Chemistry Is Itself Fine-Tuned
It is well known that all of the fundamental constants of physics are finely tuned to make life possible in our universe.
Problem 2: Unguided Chemical Processes Cannot Explain the Origin of the Genetic Code
Let’s assume that a primordial sea filled with life’s building blocks did exist on the early Earth, and somehow it formed proteins and other complex organic molecules.
Is That Life Forming Before My Eyes? Will I Be in the National Academy of Sciences Someday?
Without the genetic instructions, it doesn’t matter how much the filaments and flowers resemble life.