Awesome or not? (3)

Only about 350 years ago with the discovery of the microscope, did scientists begin to discern the facts about embryology.  The male sperm was seen and described in detail.  The egg was carefully examined and seen to have its own structures, not those of the adult.

Today’s scientists can detect the finest structures of egg and sperm analyze their chemical content and study the embryo‘s growth from the first moment of life.

All that has been learned, however, only increases the sense of awe with which human beings behold the beginning of life.

AMAZING ISN’T IT?

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What exactly is a human cell?

Like every other living thing, you began your life as one cell.  This single cell came about from the egg of you mother and the sperm of your father and it grew, divided and multiplied itself into the quadrillions of cells that make up your body.

Your cells are of many shapes and sizes.  4,000 cells of the same size laid side by side would make a row only one inch long!  When you were a baby you grew very fast because your cells were multiplying rapidly.  Gradually your rate of growth slowed down.  Between 9 and 11 years of age you began to spurt up again for three to four years.  After 20 you grow heavier but no taller.

Girls usually grow faster than boys until they are around 15, then they slow down while boys keep on growing.  Boys and girls for many generations have been growing in size.  Most of you today are taller that knights of old.

AMAZING ISN’T IT?

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Going South and observing? (4)

The same mechanisms at work in salmon, birds, butterflies and turtles are a  work within us.  For example:  In the male of our species, with each ejaculation are hundreds of thousands of sperm racing to meet one tiny female egg.  This journey is unexplained by science and the secret remains locked within the life processes of these living creatures, the sperm.

How do the sperm know “where to go” in the somewhat dark vaginal and uterine environment?  Do they merge  left or right? With AMAZING accuracy and infallible organization they travel toward the egg floating within the fertile womb.

Today, we know that in each woman the receptive egg rests one month in her left fallopian tube and the next month in her right one.  Again we see that the innate intelligence of the body needs no help in the procreating process, just no interference.

The chiropractic objective of to locate, analyze and correct vertebral subluxations which are nerve interference.  This allow the body express fully the instructive information of the innate intelligence of the body, where all of the functions of the body work exactly as they are supposed to

AMAZING ISN’T IT?

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Secrets of the human cell? (2)

Scientists discovered three centuries ago that living things contain cells and it’s only within the last five decades that they have begun to piece together the puzzle of how cells operate.  They know a few fundamental things:

Every single adult cell (except ova and sperm) contains the same set of genes as the original parent cell.  Still, cells come in all shapes, sizes and functions: slim nerve cell, more that 3 feet long and about 1/40,000th of an inch wide, transmit impulses between the body-cells and the brain-cells, while red blood cells sculpted like poker chips and 3/10,000th of an inch in diameter, carry life giving oxygen around the body.

However, researchers remain baffled by the innate intelligence of the body that is using chemical mechanisms to enable particular genes in different cells to switch themselves on and off… and perform differently in varying circumstances.

AMAZING ISN’T IT?

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