Apologetics Press Seeing God in a Box Fish

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competition between car companies to see which one can design the lightest, most aerodynamic, fuel models. It seems that the Company has recently put itself steps ahead in the race by a remarkably efficient economy car for The idea that inspired car was very simple. The designers to the natural world to find a of highly-efficient, aerodynamic design, with a sturdy structure could withstand collisions. The on which they finally seemed an unlikely candidate: the

At first glance, the boxfish’s does not appear very As its name implies, it has a rather look, and not the streamline “raindrop” that is used for many models. Upon further however, the boxfish’s shape and happen to be amazingly efficient. As one put it, “Despite its boxy, cube-shaped this tropical fish is in outstandingly streamlined and therefore an aerodynamic ideal. With an constructed model of the boxfish the in Stuttgart were able to a wind drag coefficient of 0.06 in the wind tunnel.” In to grasp the importance of this coefficient, it “betters the drag of today’s compact cars by than 65 percent ” Bionic. ” 2005, added).

But the aerodynamic aspects of the boxfish not the only helpful features by the DaimlerChrysler engineers. The skin of the “consists of numerous hexagonal, plates which provide strength with minimal (“Mercedes-Benz Bionic. ”). By this skin structure, the car was able to achieve “up to 40 more rigidity. than be possible with conventional The report went on to say that if the car shell were designed these hexagonal structures, the of the car could be reduced by almost without forfeiting any safety during collisions.

Such copying of the natural is not a unique event. A popular of study known as biomimicry has of late in which scientists and look to nature to supply designs and functions. Ironically, the of what appears to be the primary on this amazing boxfish/car misses the logical conclusion of the design, as do other scientists who the fieldthat design demands an Designer. The said writer “[T]he boxfish possesses characteristics and is a prime example of the inventions developed by nature millions of years of evolution. The principle of this evolution is nothing is superfluous and each of the body has a purposeand sometimes at once” (“Mercedes-Benz Bionic. 2005).

Notice the concession made in the statement that the boxfish, exhibits “ingenious invention.” a statement implies that type of “genius” or intelligence is the invention. Furthermore, evolution has consistently presented as a process is maintained by naturalistic, random, happenings that are incapable of anything “ingenious” or “intelligent.” And the author states that leaves nothing “superfluous,” and each part of the evolved has “a purpose.” This is ironic considering the fact many defenders of evolution to use the argument that humans and maintain several “vestigial that are supposedly useless of evolution (see Harrub. for a discussion of vestigial organs). any theory that explains too explains too little. On the one hand, maintains an underlying principle nothing is superfluous, while at the time evolution is a “fact” animals and humans supposedly left-over

vestiges that are no longer As one can see, the concept of evolution is so and self-contradictory that it sustains no ability to explain anything.

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To the contrary, the only valid for the optimal design in the boxfish is the that whenever we see efficient, design, there must be an designer behind it. Considering the that many of the most engineers that the car-manufacturing can boast spent thousands of copying the design of the boxfish, proved to be 65 percent more in some ways than designs, one must logically that whoever designed the has outsmarted the brightest car engineers for years. “Then God saw everything He had made, and indeed it was very (Genesis 1:31).

REFERENCES

www.apologeticspress.org/articles/2050 .

www.germancarfans.com/news.cfm/newsid/2050607.004.

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