The article linked to the picture below gives credit for the design of the bacterial flagellum's motor to nature and not the it's true designer - God. Evolutionist would give credit to nature because they believe that very sophisticated designs, programming, and functionality can be created by random mutations over millions of years. This, of course, goes against observable science as we see that mutations have a negative impact on life, not a positive one. Just look at the imagine below! Not only is the final product complex, but their is genetic programming that has the instructions for how to build all of it. This would represent pages upon pages of programming!
The article states, "To function properly and propel the bacterium, the flagellum requires all of its components to fit together to exacting measurements". It continues,"The bacterial flagellum is one of nature's smallest motors, rotating at up to 60,000 revolutions per minute".
The rest of the article goes on to describe the assembly of this rotary motor and how the outer membrane is tethered down so that it doesn't "explode away" from the cell.
Could all of this happened through chance? A much better explanation of the facts is that this is a product of super-intelligent design. Give God credit, not nature.
Click the image below to read a scientific article to support this statement.
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