The human brain – the most complex biological entity known

Doctor Seth Grant says that the human brain is the most complex biological entity known to man. It has one hundred billion nerve cells, each one connected to a thousand others. The network of the human brain has ten million billion of these connections. Each one is a computer storing and processing information, and has a million times more connections than the entire World Wide Web.
However, the World Wide Web didn’t happen by accident. It’s the creation of many brilliant human brains. So what are the chances that those human brains, each a million times more complex than the World Wide Web, just happened by chance?
Albert Einstein’s conclusion was that all we can have is ‘a humble admiration of the infinitely superior spirit who reveals himself in what we are able to perceive with our frail and feeble minds.’

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