We take our skin for granted and don't appreciate the design that creates a protective barrier.
The article states, "Humans lose 200,000,000 skin cells every hour. During a 24-hour period, a person loses almost five thousand million skin cells. It has been a challenge for scientists to explain how this colossal shedding process can occur without there being a break in the skin barrier". It goes on to state, "Scientists have previously known the epidermis consists of a thick outer barrier of dead epidermal cells, which are constantly shedding. What they've known less about is a secondary barrier deeper below the surface in the epidermis that is made up of only a single layer of cells, which forms a much thinner, though no less important, protective barrier".
The article gets technical when it states, "The researchers suggest that a shape of an epidermal cell is actually a flattened version of a tetrakaidecahedron -- a 14-sided 3D solid made out of six rectangular and eight hexagonal sides. The tetrakaidecahedron shape was first proposed in 1887 by William Thomson (Lord Kelvin), a Scotch-Irish mathematical physicist and engineer. He claimed that the tetrakaidecahedron was the best shape for packing equal-sized objects together to fill space with minimal surface area".
What are the chances that random mutations could create the various skin layers and then create the best shape packing, which subsequently propagates thru all humans? Doesn't it make more since that an intelligent designer created this system from the very beginning?
We see just another of the thousands of examples of sophisticated designs in life and nature. Further testament to the Great Designer - God. Don't be fooled by the lie of microbes to man evolution. The evidence is overwhelming.
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