A Stomach That Can’t Digest Evolution
It cost the British government about $1.8 million. British scientists call it the first artificial stomach ever made. Commercial food companies are looking to it for help. Dr. Marin Wickham holds the patent on this amazing contraption. This new machine is about the size of a five-gallon bucket. It is designed to copy human digestion. Its advanced plastics and metals can withstand the corrosive qualities of the acids and enzymes used in digestion. Once food is placed in the receiving funnel, computer software determines how long the food stays in one place. The model attempts to copy real muscle contractions in the stomach that help humans digest their food. The machine is a technological wonder.
One very important point needs to be noted about this artificial stomach: it is complex, expensive, and took hundreds or thousands of hours to design and build. But it still cannot accomplish all the processes of a real human stomach. Yet we are to believe that the human stomach evolved over millions of years by random, chance processes with no intelligent agent responsible for its construction.
Notice how descriptions of the artificial stomach demand the presence of intelligence. The model has computer software that determines when the food moves. Such computer programs can be designed and used only by intelligent beings. This mechanical stomach was created in an attempt to learn more about what actually happens in the stomach.
Brilliant men and women designed a modern marvel which cost almost two million dollars that attempts to mimic human digestion. But the real human stomach it attempts to model is so complex that no machine humans can build will ever help us completely understand the human stomach. The only logical conclusion is that the human stomach must have been designed by an intelligence far superior to that of humans. The designers of the artificial stomach stated: “It’s so realistic that it can even vomit.” It is high time the thinking world “vomited out” the sickening idea of evolution.
“Scientists Build World’s First Artificial Stomach” (2006), [On-line], URL: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/15655255/wid/11915773?GT1=8717.