The Basic Unit Of LIfe
by Dr. S.H. Tow
Darwin's hypothesis of "spontaneous generation" of life was founded on
the belief that at that time a cell (the basic unit of life) was a
simple structure and lifeless chemicals coming together, "when
conditions were just right" could form a tiny one-celled organism, a
protozoa or amoeba. From this one-cell organism all life forms have
evolved, so goes the evolutionary make-believe.
The National Geographic Society of America has published a "geography
of the living cell," showing it to be an immensely complex and
exquisitely organized system, something hidden from human view until
the invention of the electron microscope. The cell membrane alone was
a marvel of creation and function, acting like a city wall or sentinel
guardpost, screening all comers with uncanny selectivity.
Within the cell are elaborate systems for power production,
communications, garbage disposal, and life sustaining processes. The
nucleus of the cell or the "brain" is in the DNA with encoded genetic
information which when decoded would fill a hundred volumes of an
encyclopedia, each of ten thousand pages. This genetic information is
passed on unerringly from one generation to the next, determining a
hundred thousand features and characters in the offspring.
Evolutionists would like us to believe that all this happened by
chance, and not by design; that every human being and his sixty
trillion cells organised into dozens of marvellously efficient systems
came by chance. Let them ponder the Psalmist's words, "for I am
fearfully and wonderfully made: marvellous are thy works, and that my
soul knoweth right well . . . in thy book all my members were written,
which in continuance were fashioned .... "
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