Even a single bee is enough to make a person believe in God

Excerpt from Mr. Adnan Oktar's Live Conversation on A9TV dated April 24th, 2017

ASLI HANTAL: We would like to show you some images of honeycombs. The first phase of honey and honeycomb production is the beeswax production. A large number of bees huddle together resulting in a rise in temperature until it reaches a certain level, initiating the secretion process. While the initial wax is white, as the secretion continues, it takes a yellow color due to pollens. The production of beeswax, which is as small as a pinhead, requires high levels of energy consumption, and as a result, 22 kilograms of honey is produced to obtain 1 kilogram of beeswax, masha'Allah. The researches carried out by scientists and mathematicians have proven that the most efficient form of storage is the hexagonal method. What is important here is to optimally divide a given area using the least resources, which is what bees do, masha'Allah.

ADNAN OKTAR: And the Darwinists say that "This is a coincidence." Can they say the same in the hereafter? They cannot. This is a very irrational statement. What is the point of promoting Darwinism? Behold the marvel of engineering here. These animals have no consciousness or intelligence whatsoever. But they carry the spirit of God within. Humans are not capable of such things.

BEYZA BAYRAKTAR: A hive of bees stimulate growth of as many as 1 million flowers in a radius of 400 kilometers.

ADNAN OKTAR: Look, even a single bee is enough for a sensible person to believe in the existence of God.



2017-05-09 19:08:02

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