Engineers and Builders Mimic Design Found In Creatures and Nature

If you like reading about design, there is an article called Technological Innovations From the Creator by Frank Sherwin, M.A. at ICR that you might want to read.

While some scientists will disagree with Sherwin that the designs in nature were created, I think everyone will agree that man’s mimicry has improved life for others and that the article is interesting.

Here is an excerpt:

We are all familiar with the life-saving property of blood clotting (a rare example of positive feedback in biology) in people and animals. This God-designed method has been copied for use in aircraft composite material. Composites are fiber-reinforced polymers with tiny hollow tubes filled with epoxy resin. When aircraft skin is overly stressed, a crack or a hole appears and the resin leaks out. The blemish is sealed and the material returns to 85 percent of its original strength.



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2 Responses to Engineers and Builders Mimic Design Found In Creatures and Nature

  1. paolosilv says:

    No, Werner Von Braun couldn’t ‘speak out’ during that time. People were afraid of going to camps themselves. There was no ‘speaking out,’ except in a few instances.


    • jlue says:

      Fear often controls and I suppose we don’t know what we would have done. We can know what we hope we would have done, but if our lives are on the line, we don’t really know. It is frightening and sad that today, when we are free to remind others without fear, there are those who try to deny what happened and convince others that it did not happen. Even with those among us who were in the camps who still live! Imagine the propaganda campaign that will be waged when there is no one left living who remembers!


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