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July 14, 2012

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Q: What does skin do for you?

A: Only a few millimeters of skin separate our bodies from the dangers of the outside world. Yet skin’s multilayered design provides us with the perfect combination of strength, flexibility, and durability. Unlike any spacesuit or body armor designed by man, this protective covering is alive, constantly repairing and renewing itself.

The skin’s blood supply and facial muscles even permit us to tell on sight when people are happy, sad, angry, or embarrassed. The skin is the largest organ in our body (weighing about 10 pounds [4.5 kg] in the adult) and covers the entire surface of our body, including our eyes, where the skin covering is conveniently transparent. Being on the surface, skin is the most accessible organ of our body, and thus must be marvelously resistant.

Discover more about your amazing skin to better appreciate God’s remarkable design of the human body.

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Get EquippedBody of Evidence DVD Set

Finally you can explore the wonders of human anatomy and physiology in a Creator-honoring way! Join Dr. David Menton on an instructive tour of the human body’s major systems. These eight DVDs are packed with engaging teaching, props, models, and miscroscopic images—plus a good dose of Dr. Menton’s humor.

News to Note Quick Look

Giant’s Causeway controversy: Apparently some people are not content with having their views classified as “mainstream science.”

Transitional fish still fishy: Migrating flatfish eye expected to flummox creationists.

Have you seen this dinosaur?: Creation Museum dinosaur makes a surprise appearance . . . on Smithsonian brochures.

Curiosity to scratch the surface: Looking for hints-there-might-ever-have-been-life in all the right places . . . on Mars.

Sediba’s snacks: Bits of plant material from Australopithecus sediba’s teeth sneak a peak at diet.

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