A Miracle Called YOU.

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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 17th February 2014 12:43
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Just came across this now. The article is long, (although absolutely amazing) so i'm posting only the first part:

Let us take a journey back in time - to the beginning of your own journey through life - that journey which began in your mother's womb...

Just four weeks after you were conceived, your brain could have been recognised, your heart and intestinal tract were being formed, your arms and legs were already visible as stumps, and your kidneys were already well developed - that is, after just 28 days.

By week five you were less than one centimeter long, your head was half the length of your body, and yet your heart had begun to pump.

By week six, nerve connections were linking up at the rate of 250,000 connections per minute - that is, no less than 360 MILLION nerve connections per day.

At this time your eyes and ears were already well formed, your mouth had taken shape, and your skeleton had begun to form. Yet, remarkably, you had been in existence for just 42 days.

By week seven your stomach was secreting digestive acid and your fingers and toes were well differentiated.

In less than two months, you had been transformed from a single cell into a fully functional human being?

How could this remarkable transition take place in just 60 days? What does this tell us about that original cell? What does this tell us about the Designer of that original cell? Was it a "simple" cell, as some are inclined to think of it? Clearly, there simply is no such thing as a simple human cell!

Today that original cell has replicated (sub-divided) itself into over 100 trillion cells. That's right, today you are made up of over...

100,000,000,000,000 cells.

www.natureschoice.co.za/good-living-guide/a-miracle-calle...

سبحان الله! .......And then they try to convince us that there's no God and that our great-grand parents were gorilla's and baboons!!! PooOOooffff.
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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 17th February 2014 13:15
TabaarakAllaahu ahsanal khaliqeen!

JazakAllah.
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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 17th February 2014 18:25
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Continued from post #1

By some process unknown to science, certain of these cells were destined to become immune cells, others to become brain cells, others to become blood, lymph, tissue or nerve cells, others again combined to form the various organs of the body, each organ to serve its unique function in the various systems of the body.

These systems, in turn, are so interdependent that it is impossible for any system or group of systems to function without the others. Imagine the brain functioning without oxygen provided by the lungs. Imagine the muscles contracting without energy made available from food absorbed by the digestive tract. Imagine the transportation of energy to all the muscle cells without blood plasma and the circulatory system.

Ultimately, however, all of these systems work to provide for the needs of the body cells out of which they had their beginnings and from which they are composed. For example, the respiratory tract enables the body to obtain oxygen needed by all the cells. The digestive system provides the amino acids, glucose, and other raw materials needed by all the cells. And the kidneys, lungs, bowels and skin all work tirelessly to excrete the waste products produced by the cells during the process of energy production.

Residing in the nucleus of each of your cells is what is known as DNA. This is the code of your life - the genetic information that drives every step along the pathway from fertilized egg to adult. DNA carries the record of your anatomical and physiologic makeup, and the manual of all body structures and functions - including the code of everything you inherited from your parents.

In one single cell there are some 6 BILLION "steps" of DNA. In computer jargon we might say that the DNA in one microscopic cell contains some 6 billion bytes ("digits") of intelligent information. That is...

6,000,000,000 bytes of information per cell.
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#4 [Permalink] Posted on 17th February 2014 19:45
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Did You Know:

One of the first human anatomical systems to start fully functioning is the auditory (hearing) system?

وَاللّهُ أَخْرَجَكُم مِّن بُطُونِ أُمَّهَاتِكُمْ لاَ تَعْلَمُونَ شَيْئًا وَجَعَلَ لَكُمُ الْسَّمْعَ وَالأَبْصَارَ وَالأَفْئِدَةَ لَعَلَّكُمْ تَشْكُرُونَ

"It is He Who brought you forth from the wombs of your mothers when you knew nothing; and He gave you hearing and sight and intelligence and affections; so that you may give thanks to Allah." [Quran - 16:78]
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#5 [Permalink] Posted on 18th February 2014 11:47
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Did you know???

1) While you are awake, your brain generates enough energy to power a light bulb. 

2) The blood vessels in our brain equal a total distance of 100,000 kilometers when stretched out. That's enough to wrap around the whole Earth four times!

3) Humans have approximately 70,000 thoughts each day!

4) The brain is the fattest organ in the human body, as it contains more than 60% fat.

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#6 [Permalink] Posted on 20th February 2014 18:42
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Fun Facts...

1) The focusing muscles of the eyes move around 100,000 times a day. To give your leg muscles the same workout, you would need to walk 80km (50 miles) every day.

2) Women's hearts beat faster than men's and they blink twice as many times as men do.

3) The strongest muscle in the body is the human tongue.

4) Humans are the only species that produce emotional tears.

5) By age 60, most people have lost half their taste buds.

6) The only part of your body that has no blood supply is the cornea in the eye. It gets its oxygen directly from air.

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#7 [Permalink] Posted on 20th February 2014 19:12
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mmb786 wrote:
1) The focusing muscles of the eyes move around 100,000 times a day. To give your leg muscles the same workout, you would need to walk 80km (50 miles) every day.


Related fact:

Due to the rapid movement of our eyes, when we look at a particular object and then quickly move our eyes to look at another object, there is a blur in between which is completely incomprehensible to our brain. So the brain replaces that blur with the second object of interest (the object you turned your gaze to), and hence a tiny fraction of a second is lost between the two glances. Throughout the day, these tiny fractions of seconds add up to almost 40 minutes! We lose 40 minutes of our day because our eyeballs move.
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#8 [Permalink] Posted on 23rd February 2014 19:30
Awwww masha Allah soo sooo beautiful and inspiring! Please ask permission to spread this out! :D
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#9 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2014 18:21
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More Interesting Facts...

1.) Your nose has the ability to remember 50,000 different scents and transmit the information to your brain.
2.) In just 30 minutes the average human body gives off enough heat to boil a half gallon of water.
3.) When you blush your stomach lining also reddens.
4.) Humans are the only mammals in the world that cannot breathe and swallow at the very same time. Every time you swallow, your breathing goes on hold for that moment.
5.) For every extra pound of fat you gain, your body has to create 7 miles of new blood vessels.


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#10 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2014 21:11
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I test this often using the second hand of a clock. Look at a clock suddenly and you'll notice that the second hand moving pauses for a moment till the brain catches up.
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#11 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2014 21:17
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Yes, that seems to be the most noticeable and common example given for this phenomenon. I often noticed this when sitting bored in a classroom with a clock, but never knew its explanation until much later.
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#12 [Permalink] Posted on 29th March 2014 00:12
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Humans Can Distinguish Over 1 Trillion Smells, Says Study

A new study from The Rockefeller University shows humans can distinguish between 1 trillion different smells, far more than previously thought.

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#13 [Permalink] Posted on 10th June 2014 21:39
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Did You know?

1) After over-eating, your hearing is less sharp.
2) Your ears never stop hearing, even when you sleep. Your brain just ignores incoming sounds.
3) Your ears are more than just necessary for hearing; they also help you keep your balance and can affect the way your tastebuds work.

And not exactly a fact fact, but a nice quote:

''We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak.''
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#14 [Permalink] Posted on 10th June 2014 22:22
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There is also something called as a 'Peripheral heart' in humans.. lets see who googles 1st..

doc umar.. ur fingers off the keyboad plz.. ;-)
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#15 [Permalink] Posted on 10th June 2014 22:47
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No way! I thought it was name of a part of the heart, gosh..who would've thought, oh well don't think I did that great in biology anyway.

What is called as a Peripheral Heart in a human body?

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Calf Muscles is called as the peripheral heart as its action pumps the deoxygenated blood back to the heart against the gravity. it is composed of soleus, medial and lateral gastrocnemius muscles situated in the posterior part below the knee or the upper leg.
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