As authors Thorvaldsen and Hössjer say, “Biology is inherently more complicated than the large-scale universe and so fine-tuning is even more a feature.”
From the specific energy of visible light to the unique properties of water, this degree of fine-tuning for life has a clear message.
To see cells in action, he notes a remarkable video, “Neutrophil Chasing Bacteria,” made in 1950s by a researcher at Vanderbilt University.
Biologist Ray Bohlin and physician Howard Glicksman discuss the body’s wondrous control systems for using water.
Without this ensemble of fitness in nature, there would be no wood, no fire, no metallurgy, no modern technology.