Biologist Ray Bohlin and physician Howard Glicksman discuss the body’s wondrous control systems for using water.
As every medical student comes to learn when first dissecting the human body at medical school, our limbs are almost entirely composed of muscles.
As symbols of the perfection of human form, one might consider the Venus de Milo or Michelangelo’s David. But those don’t show the insides.
Changes in the world of medicine strongly show that a master architect has been at work.
The most spectacular example of an engineered living system is the human body, toward the invention of which the whole cosmos appears to have been very carefully aimed.