Look at the universe: vaster than we can measure.
Look at a drop of dew in a spider web: perfectly round!
Small details they often seem, yet so clearly designed.
Too marvelous to be the result of coincidence.
The greatest of all creations is man himself,
The marvelous machineâ€”precise and efficient.
Man is the most wonderful creation of God!!
Stunning pictures of our inner ear
( 3 D pictures courtesy of Dr.Asha FRCR, Travancore Scans, and Trivandrum.)
The sound we hear is being played on a perfect little musical instrument inside our ear. The sound waves go down the auditory canal and are carried by the bones of the middle ear to the cochlea, which is rolled up like a tiny sea shell. The outer ear operates in air.
But the cochlea is filled with liquid, and transferring sound waves from air to liquid is one of the most difficult problems known to science
The semicircular canal keeps our balance.
Three tiny bones called the ossicles are just right to do the job that enables us to hear properly. Interestingly, the size of these little bones does not change from the time we are born.
â€˜I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvelous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well\’ (Psalm 139:14).