Sensors Engineered in Living Things

People who have watched or read science fiction are probably familiar with the phrase, "Sensors indicate..." We are all mighty happy that y'all have sensors, but what are they sensing? We have a great deal of information bombarding us constantly, but need to be able to separate the wheat from the chaff; I am using "selective hearing" to ignore the television in the other room at this moment.

The Master Engineer equipped living things with sensors to obtain and process the proper information
Credit: Pixabay / Gerd Altmann
Charles Darwin focused on externalism, where outside forces supposedly caused organisms to change and evolve into better things. His disciples followed suit, and are constantly trying to wedge facts into their failed conjectures. Doesn't work.


The whole heap of speculations would have been more accurate if they had considered internalism, which we have discussed before. Living things are equipped with sensors that were put in place by the Master Engineer, and which defy evolution. Many of them have additional functions than simply determining what information to ignore and what to process.
Sensors trigger many life-saving processes within both human-made devices and living creatures. They also enable human-engineered entities to adapt. We know organisms make suitable self-adjustments to solve multitudes of environmental challenges, a process that allows them to colonize new niches. What if that adaptive process begins with their sensors?
To read the entire article, click on "Engineered Adaptability: Sensor Triggers Affirm Intelligently Designed Internalism".