Re: BioVisions: The Inner Life of a Cell
Amazing production! When I think of a cell, that thing they call the "basic building block of life," I can't help but be awed at the utter level of organization and order in such a minuscule yet intricately complex package that makes living things what they are. This is especially true when considering that the contents of every cellular structure are non-living, yet together they complement each other in just the right ways and interact in just the right ways chemically to make life, sustain order within the system, and replicate perfectly almost every time. To me, it is a strong argument in favor of the existence of a God.
Thanks for sharing that. I'll send it to some of my friends in the Biology and Biomedical Engineering departments at my university.
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