The system that regulates our core temperature seems to naturally know how to get the job done.
The thyroid function of our earliest ancestors must have followed the Goldilocks principle by being just right so they could survive.
The system our body uses to control its core temperature demonstrates irreducible complexity.
The body’s system to control thyroid function, plus basal metabolic rate, heat production at rest, and core temperature, seems to know what it is doing.
The body must follow the rules and keep its core temperature within a certain range to stay alive.
The body needs to know when to store glucose and when to release it.
Just like a car needs energy, in the form of gasoline, to run properly, the body needs the energy in glucose to survive.
The gastrointestinal system demonstrates irreducible complexity because every component has to be present for it to be able to do its job.
To digest and absorb life’s necessary nutrients, the gastrointestinal system depends on many parts working together.
The proteins of the adaptive immune system work to help the body’s immune defense with extra intelligence, firepower, and precision accuracy.