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A Peek At the Acme of God’s Creation

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God deserves the credit that the title of this article expresses. He not only created the human body, but He certainly must have helped me when I wrote these articles. The explanations are exceptionally lucid, so much so that I myself am amazed as I proofread them. The first section studies a few bones of the body: the bones of the cranium, the bones of the hands and wrist, and the bones of the foot, with a special article on the calcaneus. The second section contains a single article: “A Journey through a Nephron.” The third section studies a few important physiological substances: hormones, lipids, amino acids, and hyaline cartilage. The fourth section studies a few cellular phenomena. The final section contains a single article entitled “A Hypothesis on the Formation of Junk DNA.” Admittedly, I cannot appeal to any authority, either religious or scientific, to support this hypothesis. It is my own brainchild, born of mature reflection. Moreover, it cannot... More > be proved or disproved.< Less
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ISBN
9780359844654
Edition
First
Published
August 10, 2019
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
43.61 KB
Product ID
24204771

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