Design of Cellular and Protein Aerosols
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A German atmospheric physicist found more evidence that organisms must be specially designed in order to establish an ideal water cycle for life. Making use of measurements made in Germany and Siberia, he showed that cellular particles, namely fur fibers, dandruff, pollen, spores, bacteria, viruses, protein crystals, etc., comprise from 5 to 50 percent of the total aerosol particles in the atmosphere and that cellular particles are especially effective as cloud condensation nuclei and ice nuclei, which both facilitate precipitation. Therefore, Earth’s possession of an ideal water cycle for sustaining advanced life points to a Creator who has exquisitely designed life so as to pump the just-right quantities of fur fiber, dandruff, pollen, spores, bacteria, viruses, protein crystals, etc., into the atmosphere.
- Ruprecht Jaenicke, “Abundance of Cellular Material and Proteins in the Atmosphere,” Science 308 (2005): 73.
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