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METERS ARE SENSITIVE CALCIUM

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Levels of calcium in the blood is an essential factor in the ability of people to survive. In order to survive,
people not only breathe and drink water, but it also must have sufficient levels of calcium in the blood. If
the amount of calcium in the blood falls below the requirement, will result in death. Now, imagine this
hypothetical example: a container in front of you contains a liter of blood. This blood will be transfused
into a patient waiting for an operation. It has been found that there is a lack of calcium in the blood, but
the amount of the deficiency is not known. You are prompted suspect and the deficiency. You are also
given a large container of powdered calcium to be used.



How will you take this decision?



First, you have to measure the amount of calcium in the blood in front of you. However, you'll need a
high-tech devices and you do not have the time and opportunity to do so. In the circumstances, you are
really helpless. The fact that you can not measure the amount of calcium in the blood in front of you can
cause the patient's death.



Let's change our example slightly: now you are given a liter of blood that do not contain calcium, and
you have to add the right amount into it. How many spoonfuls of calcium you should take away from the
container and add to the blood? What is important is the amount of substance to be added to one liter
of blood?



You will never face such circumstances; example given just to emphasize the importance of calcium in
the blood. If a liter of blood were placed in front of you does not contain calcium, the amount of calcium
that you need to mix with it is a tenth of a gram. In the five liters of blood in your body, there should be
as many as half a gram of calcium. If more or less than that, serious illness and even death can occur.
Clearly, the human body has been created with an admirable balance carefully. A person weighing 80
kilograms only takes half a gram of calcium circulating in the blood - if too much or too little, it will die.



Calcium guarantee the passage of many important functions in our body. Without calcium, the blood
would not clot and the person could die of blood loss from a wound or even a scratch. Calcium also plays
an important role in the delivery of a nerve impulse. If delivery of a nerve impulse stops, death can
occur. Calcium also ensures that muscles function and healthy bones. The adult body contains up to two
pounds of calcium, and of that number, 99 percent is stored in the bones. The rest is used for functions
related to metabolism. Approximately 0.5 grams of calcium in the blood is for the body to berfungsi.18



As we have said, in 100 milliliters (ml) of blood contained 10 milligrams (mg) of calcium - the equivalent
of 0.1 grams per liter of water. If the level is down from 10 to 6-7 mg (total amount of calcium in the
blood fell 0.2 grams), there was a seizure that is characterized by symptoms of muscle tension and
movement out of control. This is the first time the tension in the muscles of the heart and respiratory
muscles. The irregular contraction of these muscles causes irregular heartbeat and inhibit breathing.
Without treatment, the patient's heart stops (or the patient can not breathe). Both of these conditions
cause death. As we can see, for vital functions such as heartbeat and breathing, only half a gram of
calcium required.



If the amount of calcium in the blood increased to 12 mg per 100 ml (ie, if the total amount of calcium in
the blood increases tenth of a gram), kidney stones can form, nervous system reflex activity may be
slowing, and the muscles can shrink and (consequently) loses its strength . When the amount of calcium
increased to 17 mg per 100 ml of blood, calcium phosphate spread to all parts of the body and poisons
it.19 The fact that the human body is very dependent on a substance (and that this substance is used in
a variety of body functions) shows two important things: we humans made in the plan were amazing
and very dependent on God Who created us.



After seeing the importance of the amount of calcium in the blood, the question is inescapable: the
mechanism that determines the number which is so important for life? The answer to this question
reveals another wonder of creation. Deep in the thyroid gland there is another hormone called
parathyroid glands. To ensure a balance of calcium in the body, these glands glands in collaboration with
others, run a very smart plan. The only function of the parathyroid is to measure how much calcium in
the blood; glands do day and night throughout our lives to maintain ideal levels of calcium kada.



With the help of a specially designed hormone it produces (ie, parathormone), parathyroid regulate
calcium levels in the blood. When the amount of calcium decreases, immediately secretes
parathormone.20 It shows one important thing: at the beginning of this section we challenge whether
you can determine the amount of calcium in the bucket of blood is placed in front of you. We believe
that without laboratory devices designed specifically for this task, you will not be able to do so.
However, small parathyroid can perform calculations that humans can not do except in the laboratory.
The cells that make up the parathyroid gland not only produces the hormone, but also measures the
hormone where it will be used.
How does a cell take calcium atoms of the rivers of blood that flows in front of him? How can cells
without eyes, ears, or hands recognize calcium atoms among the millions of other kinds of substances in
the blood such as salts, glucose, lipids, amino acids, proteins, hormones, enzymes, lactic acid, carbon
dioxide, oxygen- waste materials containing nitrogen, sodium, potassium, urea, uric acid, iron and
sodium bicarbonate? How is it possible to identify cell calcium? How does it know how much calcium
should be present in the blood? With awareness does it measure the calcium? With intelligence does it
decide that calcium is too much or too little? Cells are tiny, only one percent of a millimeter, without
conscious intelligence. The fact that they were able to measure the amount of calcium in the blood is a
miracle.



Taking the Necessary Steps

Put yourself for a moment replace cells that measure the amount of calcium. Imagine that the only job
for life, day and night, without stopping, sleep, or rest, is to calculate the amount of calcium in the
blood. This will give you a better picture of the great importance of the work carried out the cells.



If you conclude from the results of measurements that the amount of calcium has dropped too low, the
parathyroid cells immediately release parathormone. At this stage, the cells showed more conscious
activity: cells "understand" that the calcium level has gone down and taking appropriate action to
address these shortcomings.



Put yourself in the parathyroid cells and think: if you realize that the levels of calcium in the blood has
dropped, corrective measures would you use to increase the level of calcium?



To answer this question, you must be a scientist with all the means available to observe the human
body. If you do not have knowledge of calcium in the body, we will need many years of research and
assistance by the world's greatest biochemist. Only one thing to be achieved in this effort-to find
sources of calcium that can be used in the body.



Finally, at the end of the study, you will know that there is a large amount of calcium is stored in bones
and that the amount of calcium in the form of urine leaves the body. You will know that calcium enters
the body of food through the intestines.
Based on these findings, the three ways that you can do to raise blood calcium is:

1. Borrows calcium from the bones

2. Finding a way to take back the calcium that is released through urine

3. Set to be milked more calcium from food.



However, each of these functions takes us into areas of different skills.



Before deciding on the first option, you have to affect bone cells to lend you some of the calcium
deposit. Bone cells (osteocytes) did not want to lose calcium is essential for bone. But, you have to find a
formula that will make bone cells release some of its stored calcium into the blood. To find this formula,
you have to know all the secrets of chemical bone cells down to the smallest detail and also the process
of how calcium is stored. Then, you have to think of a molecular formula to reverse the process. In
addition, you should instantly get all the information related to the arrangement of the cells that had
been trying to discover the secret man for hundreds of years. At the end of a long research, you will find
the magic formula to affect bone cells to release calcium - the formula is parathormone.



However, there is still more to do. You have to find two formulas to ensure that the second and third
functions are carried out.



In order for the second option is possible, you should make sure the cells in the kidneys to conserve
calcium in the urine and mix it with blood. Normally, these cells do not need to look for calcium in the
urine. Now, you have to solve all the puzzles in the workings of the kidney cells are quite different from
bone cells. Then, you have to find a molecule in an endless combination of molecules that can activate
the kidney cells to find calcium in the urine. Finally, as to produce this special formula, you will witness
one of the greatest wonders in the world, and the formula that you find exactly the same as you find the
first-parathormone. Molecules having to make the same cells perform two functions are completely
different, a miracle that is not explained by the operation of evolution.



Now there remains the third thing you should do. You have to make your body retain more calcium from
the food they eat.
Mixing between the calcium from the food you eat and the blood occurs in the small intestine; however,
that calcium can be reabsorbed, intestinal cells requires "that activated vitamin D" .21 Here, a major
problem arises, because vitamin D you get through the meal off. In order for your intestines to absorb
more calcium (thus increasing the amount in the blood), this problem should be solved. A special
molecule must exist that can alter the chemical composition of non-activated vitamin D and activate it.
Again, you have to do a lot of research and experimentation to design molecules that will activate
vitamin D is. At the end of the study, you will find that the molecular formula is needed to activate
vitamin D (and to ensure the absorption of calcium by the intestinal cells) together with the formula
parathormone.



Imagine this: Three different ways have been found to increase the amount of calcium in the blood, but
the key to the proper functioning of these three systems is the same - the key is to change the
implementation of the three systems. Even more surprising is that, when the work of these three
systems (with the order and manner respectively) changed, the result remains the same - the amount of
calcium in the blood increases.



The fact that all three systems begin to work with the same key to the same destination is proof that
perfection and incomparable harmony of God's creation.



When the amount of calcium in the blood falls, the parathyroid cells showed an incredible awareness.
By using the right key to turn the work of each of these three systems, the parathyroid cells with a clever
form a molecule - parathormone.



In this way, the parathyroid cells increase the level of calcium in the blood to ensure that bone cells
release calcium, that the cells of the kidneys filter more calcium from the urine, and that vitamin D is
activated so that the digestive system can take more calcium .



How parathyroid cells find a formula that's so smart? How do these cells know that parathormone
affects the bones and kidneys and activate vitamin D? How can successful parathyroid cells (except in
cases of illness) produce the right formula in countless living human body throughout history? How do
the cells know that parathyroid bone calcium stores, that there is calcium in the urine to be wasted, and
that the cells of the small intestine requires active vitamin D to absorb calcium? How do these cells find
the formula for the proper functioning of these three systems? How do the cells do not realize
intelligent accomplishment like this, that even humans could never do that?
Of course, the one Who bestows intelligent design shown these cells, which create the cells, molecules
of calcium, and the man from nothing, Who created man in such a way that requires calcium, and Yang
meet these needs with a perfect system is a God, Lord of the heavens and the earth and all that is
between them. God's omnipotence is commendable:



"Allah, there is no god but He, the Living Eternal longer continuous care of (creature), no drowsiness or
sleep. Hers is in the heavens and on earth. Who should be given intercession with Allah without his
permission? He knows what is before them and behind them, and they do not know anything from
science but what pleases God. His Throne doth extend over the heavens and the earth. And Allah does
not feel heavy to maintain them, and Allah is Most High, Most Great. "(Surah Al-Baqarah, 2: 255)



Control Mechanism

In the preceding pages, we have seen that most of the functions of the system are under the control of
hormones of the pituitary gland, but it appears that the existing system that regulates regulates the
amount of calcium is under a different control mechanism. Parathyroid glands measure the amount of
calcium in the blood and decide the action to be taken. If the amount of calcium is too low, the
parathyroid releases parathormone.



If the amount of calcium in the blood more than a necessity, the release of parathormone reduced. At
that time, the role of other hormones: thyroid gland secretes a hormone called "calcitonin", the
opposite effect of parathormone. Namely, preventing bone cells not to release calcium and save.



The cells that make up the parathyroid glands must act now to realize the amount of calcium decreased,
while the cells that make up the thyroid gland realize the need to work as calcium levels rise.

If parathyroid act at the wrong time, ie, when the amount of calcium is too high, and parathormone
starting released, great harm to human health arise. Or, if parathormone and calcitonin are released at
the same time, the body's cells would not know what to do. If the cells that make up these glands work
slowly when the need arose (or, if the cells did not realize that he needed) will again be very harmful to
the body. The function of the thyroid and parathyroid glands are aligned and intelligence led activity of
cells that form these glands, all of the evidence that the human body was created.

				
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