Analyzing every facet of Earth does not prove anything.
Take the Multiverse - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
hypothesis, for example. It doesn't consider Earth as the 'perfect', 'divine' ball of blue and green matter you do, but simply a probability, a different reality, a parallel universe. Other universes may not have the same laws of physics, some may elicit more of the symmetry you see in our known world, some less.
But, judging from your past responses, I know this won't satisfy you, so let me delve further:
Consider the human being and the wonder of God's design. Our life is based upon the blood that flows in our veins. The amazing red blood cell, created in the bone marrow, immediately gives up its nucleus when it reaches the bloodstream.
For any other cell, this would mean death, like cutting the heart right out of a man. A red blood cell is formed like a doughnut with a thin membrane across the hole. Without a nucleus it is able to carry more oxygen for the body because of this membrane and the shape of the cell. If it were shaped like other cells, it would require nine times as many cells to provide oxygen for the human body.
There are many cells that are specifically designed to perform specific function. This has been going on way before the existence of man, or the Bible, or even the conception of "God". If you're interested, I'll provide links for evolution among creatures millennium ago.
The brain then absorbs a composite set of yes or no messages from all the rods and cones in the eye. It sorts and organizes them all and gives me an image of an object I hold in my hand.
This can be explained rationally, and even mathematically. Many other brains can do what you say, and the human brain is simply an evolution of the mammalian brain (our developed frontal lobe, our improved senses, reasoning capabilities).
Consider your immune system. Despite the fact that most microorganisms are necessary and good, throughout our lifetimes each of us encounters tens of thousands of different infectious bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites.
Even more remarkable is the fact that most of the time our immune system disables these potentially lethal invaders before we ever show any symptoms of infection.
I hope you're aware immune systems are not limited to humans:
"Immune systems appear even in the most structurally-simple forms of life, with bacteria using a unique defense mechanism, called the restriction modification systemto protect themselves from viral pathogens"
They're interesting, yes, but nothing unexplainable. Simply wikipedia "Immune System".
Consider the ear on the side of my head. I can detect sound frequencies that flutter my eardrums as faintly as one billionth of a centimeter (a distance one tenth the diameter of a hydrogen atom). This vibration is transmitted into my inner ear by three bones familiarly known as the hammer, anvil, and stirrup. When the frequency of middle C is struck on a piano, the piston of bones in my inner ear vibrates 256 times a second.
Consider the bat's echolocation system: Bat's can generate ultrasound via the larynx with a range frequency from 14,000 to well over 100,000Hz, mostly beyond the range of the human ear (human ear generally can't hear anything over 20,000Hz). There's evolution of sensory perception amongst mammals, so what?
Then there is the wonder of the eye. How could anybody look at a human eye and suppose that it just happened? Evolutionists tell us that where there is want, nature will provide what is needed. Can you imagine that we needed sight?
"How could a complex organ with such special physical properties have evolved?
"In their new work, Shimeld and colleagues approached this question by examining the evolutionary origin of one crystallin protein family, known as the �?-crystallins. Focusing on sea squirts, invertebrate cousins of the vertebrate lineage, the researchers found that these creatures possess a single crystallin gene, which is expressed in its primitive light-sensing system. The identification of the sea squirt's crystallin strongly suggests that it is the single gene from which the vertebrate �?-crystallins evolved."
Again, not necessarily conclusive, but posted to show you that science doesn't just turn a blind eye (no pun intended) to these phenomenon. Many are explained, or are coming to be explained, as we speak. Shouting, "It must be God" because you cannot rationally understand, or wish to rationally understand the world around you is mindless.
If the universal cosmic law of gravity were much greater than it is. Our sun would still have come into existence, it would have burned itself out in a few thousand years.
It is the precisely set force of gravity that allows our sun to shine and pour out energy for billions of years (10 to 12 billion in fact)
This is not speculation but proven facts by physicists and scientists.
Put simply, this is incorrect and not conclusive. If you care to do some research on gravity, you'd find that scientists don't actually have a conclusive grasp concerning gravity at all.
Boltzmann's constant, Planck's constant, the gravitational constant, the cosmological constant, the strong and weak force constants, the rest masses of each particle, the speed of light, the exact age of the universe etc.
Constants are only "true" insofar as the mathematical function they are supposed to support. Not to mention, constants are highly controversial, and many are irrational numbers that merely act as placeholders for, "Well, it's kind close to that, so we're going to leave it!"
But the open-mined, logical and reasonable person will believe there is a God.
On the contrary, the open-minded, logical and reasonable person will understand that his interpretation of the world is not necessarily "true". An open-mind implies consistent contemplation, not a stagnant stance, "Oh, we can't explain it now, so it must be 'God'!"
It's hard to actually refute your claim as you make your case almost as if it's immune to infallibility. If I logically show you the evolution of the brain, you could easily just say, "Well, it works the way it does because 'intelligence' must have been behind it!". Even if I logically explain how this order could have come about naturally, you could say, "Well, why did it come about? It must have been God! No other explanation". What would you have us do when everything can be explained by 'intelligent design' by you? :perplexed: