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The creation of living beings by: Joseph De Temmerman

When looking at all animals of creation, it is striking that the majority of animal beings on earth have common characteristics, to begin with the structures of their bodies. Whether dinosaurs, elephants, humans, birds or mice the basic structure of their bodies are the same.


Why Living beings create a copies of themselves by: Joseph De Temmerman

During the evolution of living beings, there came a time when the creative power of an unknown omnipotence evolved the living beings which had been designed and spread out across the Earth by then to such an extent that they succeeded in engraving a considerably scaled-down copy of their individual structure into a certain part of their own bodies.


The Origin of Living Beings by: Joseph De Temmerman

Why do we exist as Human beings? Why it so important to know the reason of our existence? To answer the first question we have understand what happens in nature. Science is busy in a fast way to unravel the secrets of nature and its living beings. She is discovering a huge amount of intelligence used in the construction of living beings.


Forces in Nature and Moral Behaviour by: Joseph De Temmerman

Human behavior flows from three main sources: Desire, Emotion and Knowledge. -Plato
When an engineers with a great understanding of how mechanical systems work, we examine and are beginning to understand how the organization of all living beings functions due to our actual knowledge, we must come to the conclusion that the unknown Intelligence of an Almighty Force has been at work to create such an organization.


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