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WHAT IS CONTAINED IN THE BLOOD As blood circulates throughout the body, blood perform many tasks. Now let's review briefly what tasks are they. Carry weight We've talked about that all types of substances needed by the body are circulated to relevant parts of the body by the blood. Meanwhile, the blood cells collect waste substances, such as carbon dioxide, and ensures that they are discharged from the body. On the one hand, the blood acts as pelumat trash. With stops in each of the 100 trillion cells continuously throughout the day, it leaves the cell in what is needed and time collect residual substances used by the cell. Blood, which is just a fluid, never failed to perform a task that requires attention and responsibility. Blood carries out any substance, for what use, and where it should be delivered. For example, blood carbon dioxide mistakenly delivered to a cell, which is taken from another cell as waste materials. Blood cells always give oxygen and remove carbon dioxide. Blood perform this task without error or fatigue, because this is part of God's perfect plan created in the human body. Because blood surrendered unconditionally to the system created by God, all blood cells perform their tasks without making any mistakes. Soldiers in the Blood Every day our bodies fight against many bacteria, viruses, and microbes. Some are prevented from entering the body, while some manage to enter. But there is a special defense cells in our bodies to fight against it, called the immune cells. These cells, which can be regarded as a soldier fighting the enemy and protecting our bodies from harm, moving in the bloodstream. Whenever there is an enemy attack, they can reach the relevant organs through the blood vessels and can easily fight against the enemy. Immune cells did not learn about the mission they are doing. Since they already know they are there. They began to do their duty and protect the body when a baby is born. It is amazing detail in God's creation. Our Lord has taught in the cells of what can not be seen by the naked eye on a very important knowledge and placed them on our behalf. Communication Blood also act as a communication tool in the body. There are messengers in the blood that carry messages from one part of the body to another. These messengers, known as hormones, bringing a message to the relevant organs such as a postman delivering mail. Many important processes, including the growth of the body, thirst, sweating, and control blood sugar levels occurs due to the message is delivered correctly. BLOOD TO TREAT WOUNDS You must have observed small cuts to stop bleeding soon after a while. This incident is certainly very interesting because in normal circumstances, the liquid flowing from a hole could not stop flowing by itself. To better understand this fact, suppose that you have a balloon filled with water. If you puncture the balloon with a needle, water will leak out of the balloon. Will it stop leaking after a while without your intervention? Of course not. All the water will keep pouring until it loses its water balloon. This also applies to all liquids in a confined space. Blood moves through a closed circuit in vessels and leaks out if there are injuries. However, for the sake of our health, blood flow must be stopped. You may have heard of people who die from loss of blood in an accident or surgery. If so, what causes the blood to stop flowing as soon as the wound starts to bleed? This is called blood clotting, which is one of the automated defense system in our body. Some of the substances in the blood to stop and close the wound. Thanks to the ability of these blood clots, excessive bleeding was prevented. As shown by the picture on the right, some of the cells in the blood notified of a damaged vessel, and immediately headed to the scene. First they toured around the wound and obstruct blood flow by making a web. The net is slowly hardens and forms what we call a scab. Now let us think together. Can a series of these events happen by chance? How some blood cells are informed of damage somewhere in the blood vessels, which is a world in relation to their size? Why do they work so hard to prevent the flow of blood? How do they know that they have to close the wound to stop loss of blood? Who taught these cells so that they close the wound? The cells do not have learned all this by chance and could not do it of their own accord. Even people, who have the intelligence, it is not possible to create such a detailed system and instruct the cell what to do. Certainly, the intelligence shown by these cells does not belong to them. God who inspires them and they act according to a perfect plan. God tells us about His creation privileges as follows: He created seven heavens in layers. You never see the creation of God, Most Gracious, something that is not balanced. Then look again and again, is there anything you see something that is not balanced? Then look at once again, your vision will surely come back to you with no defects found something else, and your vision that was in a state of trouble. (Surat al-Mulk: 3-4) LIQUID MAGIC THAT CAN NOT BE Imitated: BLOOD Scientists have done a lot of research to produce a fluid similar to blood. However, having failed, they gave up to mimic blood and focused on research in other fields. The scientists can not replicate blood because blood samples taken from the blood vessels will soon be a blood clot and form is not suitable for the study. No point putting samples in glass test tubes, because the cells can not survive long in the tube. Therefore, the scientists had to separate blood cells and examine them individually. Without a doubt, is one of the explanations of the most absurd and illogical in the world to claim that the substance is so perfect, that can not be imitated by all the information that has been learned man over the years, came into existence spontaneously and because coincidence. God has created the blood as an unequaled. A blood cell that has many amazing abilities is just one form of God's infinite wisdom in the human body. Mover BODY: HEART Have you ever thought how liters of blood circulating endlessly up and down the whole body? Every body needs a motor for moving. Cars, airplanes, motorboats, and even remote control cars move by motor. Likewise, the blood circulating throughout the body also needs a motor. Motor that propels our blood day and night for months or even years, is our heart. Hold your veins and wait a minute. You will feel your heartbeat. Your heart beats 70 times a minute, and pump about 152 million liters (40 million gallons) of blood throughout your life. Much blood was equivalent to 10,000 cars that meet the oil tank. These figures are astonishing is not it? Now suppose that you pour a cup of water from one bucket to another, 70 times a minute. Eventually of course the hand and wrist muscles you will be sick and you need to rest. However, your heart do the job like this all your life and never rest. The Most Perfect Pump Pumps with the most perfect form of the world is now beating on the left chest. By design the istimwa and relentless motion, heart makes the whole blood in the body completing the full 1000 rounds in a day. The heart is a pump made of flesh, which is roughly as big as your fist. However, clearly the heart is the strongest, most durable and most efficient in the world if we see his ability. We have every reason to express the strength of heart. Most importantly, the heart uses large amounts of energy when it beats. With the energy used by the heart, blood can be raised as high as 3 meters. Maybe it would help if we take an example in order to easily understand the ability of the heart. Within an hour of the heart may produce enough energy to lift a car on average one meter above the ground. Pumps in the Heart Heart, which is a muscular fist, consists of two parts. There are two pumps in this section. Pump the left, a more powerful, moving oxygen-rich blood throughout the body. The right pump is weaker than the former and pumps oxygen-rich blood to the lungs. Transportation from the heart to the lungs is over a short distance, so-called "short circulation". As for transport to the rest of the body is called the "long blood circulation". Each part of the heart is divided into two different parts. Blood between the two pass the rest through a valve (valve) of the heart. This pump works unceasingly with a large amount of energy, so the blood can circulate in our body 1,000 times a day. Caring Heart Itself Machine tools require regular maintenance. It may take care of some parts of the engine or replacing worn / damaged. Machines need to be treated with oil after working for some time, so that it can reduce wear caused by friction. Like the engine, the heart, which continued to work all the time, also need care. However, the heart actually do the maintenance yourself. Heart "lubricates" himself. How do you think heart lubricates itself? The answer to this question is hidden in the heart of creation. The outer surface of the heart is covered by a bag composed of two membranes. In between the two membranes is no slippery fluid. This fluid acts like motor oil and supports the heart work more easily. Form your own protection in the heart of this once again shows how perfect and complete power of God in the creation of art.
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