Who could design the BRAIN?

Then in this self-congratulating exercise in intellectual hubris (patheos.com) went on to give another one of the multitude of physical-world testimonies to a Creator of the universe and architect of this marvelous brain:

This is not to imply that there is nothing wondrous or amazing about the brain. On the contrary, it has been called, with some justification, the most complexly organized form of matter in the universe. The average human brain has over one hundred billion neurons, connected by hundreds of trillions of synapses. So immense is the complexity of this system, it has been calculated that the number of theoretically possible brain states exceeds the number of elementary particles in the known universe (Ramachandran 1998, p. 8). The brain’s raw computational power has been estimated to be between 10 trillion and 10 quadrillion operations per second (Merkle 1989). (By way of comparison, one of the fastest supercomputers in the world, the Earth Simulator in Yokohama, Japan, can perform 36 trillion calculations per second.)

They are staring evidence in the face and still claim that it is meaningless, even while they lay claim to some kind of awesomeness in atheism! You can’t make this stuff up!


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