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Vaughn Lawrence
Naturopath & Herbalist
Intelligent Design – The Amazing Human Body
630 muscles and 206 bones
100 trillion cells – Each with a unique blueprint. Same with fingerprints, grass, snowflakes and water.
Brain transmits 1,000 impulses every second
Each brain cell can hold the equivalent information of five encyclopedias
Heart pumps 30 million times per year
Cardiovascular system is over 100,000 miles long
Largest cell in human body – female egg. Smallest cell – male sperm. Equally important!
You replace over one billion new cells daily
Human bone is strong as granite and can support 9 tons of weight
When we touch something, the signal goes to our brain at 124mph
Our skeleton is renewed every 3 months and our skin every 27 days
The eyes have over 130 million receptors and can distinguish over one million different colors
One square inch of skin has 9 feet of blood vessels, 600 pain receptors and 9,000 nerve sensors
More living organisms on skin of one person than humans on the earth
Babies dream before they are born
A fetus has a fingerprint at 9 months
Length of your foot is same as elbow to wrist – The body is mathematical perfection
Organs can completely regenerate, the liver does this best
Average of over 100,000 hairs on your head (God tells us they all are numbered)
11 Systems of the Human Body
1)The integumentary system supports and protects, regulates body temperature, makes chemicals and
hormones, and acts as a sense organ.
2)The skeletal system supports and protects, makes movement easier (with joints), stores minerals, and makes
blood cells.
3)The muscular system brings about body movement, maintains posture, and produces heat.
4)The nervous system allows a person to communicate with the environment and integrates and controls the
5)The endocrine system secretes hormones into the blood that serve to communicate with, integrate, and
control mechanisms.
6)The circulatory system transports substances through the body and establishes immunity.
7)The lymphatic system is a subdivision of the circulatory system. It does not contain blood, but rather lymph,
which is formed from the fluid surrounding body cells and diffused into lymph vessels. The major functions of
the lymphatic system are the movement of fluid and its critical role in the defense against disease.
8)The respiratory system exchanges oxygen from the air for the waste product carbon dioxide, which is
eliminated from the body.
9)The digestive system breaks down food, absorbs nutrients, and excretes solid waste.
10)The urinary system cleans waste products from blood in the form of urine and maintains electrolyte balance,
water balance, and acid-base balance.
11)The reproductive system produces sex cells, allows transfer of sex cells and fertilization to occur, permits
development and birth of offspring, nourishes offspring, and produces sex hormones.
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