the operations of a modern international company. Hundreds
of thousands of highly qualified people gather under
the one roof of this business organization, all working
toward a common goal. This company has factories, production
facilities, administrative centers, branch offices and
subsidiaries throughout the world.
Imagine that the English branch of this company informs
the head office in America of the demand trends of consumers
in England; the management in America, taking account
of the latest consumer expectations, sends a directive
to the research and development department in Italy;
the prototypes designed in Italy are submitted for public
approval back in England. The prototypes that gain approval
are produced in the Chinese factories of this international
company, and a huge world wide advertising campaign
is organized to introduce these new products . . .
The organization outlined above must have highly-ordered
communication at every level. Administrators, engineers,
workers, advertisers, marketing officials and many others
must be in constant cooperation with one another. Success
depends directly on communication. Otherwise, this company
could not survive in today's rapidly changing and developing
Now, imagine a much larger organization. The number
of people that belong to this organization is far greater.
Suppose that everyone in the world, about 6 billion
people, works for this organization. Everyone has his
own special job. Hundreds of thousands, sometimes millions
of people gather under the same roof to perform a common
task. There is such a tight web of administration and
information that every one of these 6 billion people
is informed individually by means of a cellular phone
as to what he or she has to do. For example, if one
of these people is employed in a factory, he may sometimes
be told to increase the speed of production, sometimes
to slow it down, and sometimes to alter the product.
Finally, imagine that an organized plan and communications
system exist so that millions of people throughout the
hundreds of thousands of different locations all over
the world work according to this common plan.
Now, let's enlarge our example a little. Imagine that
the population of the world is much greater than it
is at present, but that our organization functions even
The communication and coordination of the many
branches of an international company is very complicated.
Directors, managers, engineers and advertisers
have to be in touch with one another at all times.
The communication network in the human body is
millions of times more complex than that of the
largest international company.
Suppose that the population is fifteen thousand times
greater than it is today, that there are fifteen thousand
other planets like this Earth and that the 6 billion
people crowded onto each planet make up a total of 100
trillion people. Further suppose that this collection
of human beings works together in perfect harmony, each
individual being informed by cellular phone as to what
he has to do.
This example is beyond our power to conceive, but is
actually a simplified description of an existing organization,
which operates every second throughout the whole world
among the approximately 100 trillion cells that make
up the human body.
As you are reading this, millions of operations are
happening in your body. In these operations there is
a calculation of the needs of every cell in every part
of the body, and a determination of what function each
cell must perform; measures are taken to respond to
the requirements of the cells and each cell is informed
individually as to what it must do.
For example, what allows you to read this book are
your eye cells, and to nourish them, glucose is required.
To respond to those needs, a system was established
in your body that calculates how much sugar there is
in your blood and that keeps the amount stable. There
is a great plan, organized by the web of communication
among the cells, that calculates how many times a minute
your heart must beat, the level of calcium stored in
your body, the amount of blood your kidneys filter and
thousands of other such details. This system of chemical
communication that ensures that the 100 trillion cells
work in harmony with one another is called the hormone
The hormone system, together with the nervous system,
ensures the coordination of the cells of the body. If
we compare the nervous system to messages sent over
the Internet, the hormone system can be compared to
a letter sent by post: it is slower, but its effect
When we examine these systems that control the body,
a fact becomes clear that most people are not aware
of. Most people are convinced that they themselves control
the direction of their lives. If you asked someone,
"How much of your body do you control?" he would surely
say, "All of it." But this answer contradicts the scientific
A person is in control of a very limited part of his
body, and even of that part his control is only partial.
For example, he can use his body to walk, or to speak
or he can use his hands to work, but deep within his
body there are thousands of chemical and physical operations
going on without his knowing about or willing them.
Anyone who thinks that he is completely in charge of
his own body (or his own life) is greatly mistaken.
God belong the Most Beautiful Names, so call on
Him by them and abandon those who desecrate His
Names. They will be repaid for what they did.
(Qur'an, 7: 180)
Another fact we will see when we examine the perfect
communication system described on this site:
An organism cannot possibly be formed by lifeless matter,
on its own and by chance. Darwinists and materialists
do not believe in God; they believe that ultimately
living things were formed spontaneously and by chance
out of lifeless matter. However, in the twentieth century
thousands of discoveries were made concerning cells
and the systems contained in them. It is now known that
cells have a highly complex design. The communication
between hormones and cells alone is enough to show what
an extraordinary system exists in cells, and that they
could not have been formed by chance.
This site has two aims: First, to show (with the support
of scientific evidence) Darwinists and materialists
who make chance their god that their philosophy is illogical
and untenable. Second, to once again show those who
believe in God, examples of the excellence of His creation,
so that they may see the glory, power and sublimity
of our Lord and exalt Him for His excellent works.
In the pages that follow, we shall examine the hormone
system that controls the human body for the benefit
of the human being and that is a manifestation of the
wonder of creation, and we shall witness together the
creative art of God.