The article linked to the image below goes into detail about how a baby begins to be built upon the fertilization of the egg. A high level overview of the process is detailed in the article when it states, "Once a mammalian egg has been fertilized by a sperm, it divides multiple times to generate a small, free-floating ball of stem cells. The particular stem cells that will eventually make the future body, the embryonic stem cells (ESCs) cluster together inside the embryo towards one end: this stage of development is known as the blastocyst. The other two types of stem cell in the blastocyst are the extra-embryonic trophoblast stem cells (TSCs), which will form the placenta; and primitive endoderm stem cells that will form the so-called yolk sac, ensuring that the fetus's organs develop properly and providing essential nutrients."
The article goes on to state, "Previous attempts to grow embryo-like structures using only ESCs have had limited success. This is because early embryo development requires the different types of cell to coordinate closely with each other".
The article then goes on to document how remarkable this process is when it states, "We knew that interactions between the different types of stem cell are important for development, but the striking thing that our new work illustrates is that this is a real partnership -- these cells truly guide each other, without this partnership, the correct development of shape and form and the timely activity of key biological mechanisms doesn't take place properly".
How did this very complex, integrated process come about? Believers in microbes to man evolution would have you put your blind faith in luck and random mutations, but observable science and common sense would show this is a sophisticated system that has different components functioning together to achieve a higher purpose - life! This must be the design of a very intelligent designer.
Click the image below to read a scientific article to support this statement.
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