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It is humbling to look at small insects under a magnify lens!


Nothing is more humbling than to look with a strong magnifying glass at an insect so tiny that the naked eye sees only the barest speck and to discover that nevertheless it is sculpted and articulated and striped with the same care and imagination as a zebra. Apparently it does not occur to nature whether or not a creature is within our range of vision, and the suspicion arises that even the zebra was not designed for our benefit.

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One comment on “It is humbling to look at small insects under a magnify lens!

  1. Maingi
    September 24, 2017

    Sculpted, articulated , care and imagination ! All by blind chance plus matter plus time? Even designed!
    Or is this a slip of the tongue?🙊
    Whatever happened to good old fashioned atheism that held to a purposeless , random collocation of nothing exploding to produce everything ?
    But am not complaining , just baffled. Welcome to the real world where indeed the insect is irrefutable evidence of design and purpose. All that remains is to identify the designer. Any candidates ?

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