The below article has observational science documenting a lone sentinel cell that is responsible for protecting parts of the colon from infection. The article states, "The Sentinel cell detects nearby bacteria and signals to a line of defensive cells to send out a cascade of mucus to push away the invaders. As a final self-sacrificing action the cell commits suicide and ejects itself into the intestinal lumen". This is obviously a designed defense mechanism that came from intelligence and requires the co-ordination of multiple systems.
Could random mutations really have resulted in the creation of a sentinel cell that can detect an intruder and then signal other cells to execute counter measures against that threat? And then sacrifice itself if needed to further fight the bacteria? I don't think so. God designed these mechanisms because he knew in a fallen world that some bacteria would suffer from mutations. These mutations would effect the behavior of bacteria. The originally intended good function, such as bacteria promoting the health of the intestines, would become corrupted and cause us harm.
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