Superhuman Programming Skill of God

Subhash Chandra Sawhney
7 min readMay 19, 2024

Whenever we doubt whether God exists or not, we should remind ourselves that though our eyes can detect only a negligible part of the spectrum of electromagnetic waves, it is as wide as has been shown in the following diagram.

Credit: NASA, ESA, Leah Hustak [STScl] Source: Wikimedia

In the same way, as the spectrum of electromagnetic waves is not just as wide as the part of it our eyes may detect — the spectrum of intelligence is also not only as wide as the intelligence possessed by the human mind.

The best part of it is — it is not at all difficult to realize that

as compared to the width of the spectrum of the intelligence of the human mind, the width of the spectrum of intelligence is also as wide as the width of the entire spectrum of electromagnetic waves compared to the width of the spectrum human eyes can detect.

Though nobody seems to have apprised us about the entire width of intelligence as compared to the width of the intelligence of the human mind so far, I am going to apprise you of the difference between them through the following example.

Though we not only know that a full-term fetus has as many as 38 trillion cells of about 200 types — we also know that it acquires its final shape in about 250 days, starting from a single cell known as “zygote” which is formed by the fertilization of a human egg by a cell of the human sperm in the human uterus, as shown in the following diagram.

We also know that the zygote does not undergo any change for the first 12 hours after conception but after 30 hours, it divides into two cells and about 15 hours later — the two cells divide into four cells.

We also know that

(i) After three days, the fertilized egg becomes as big as a berry-like structure which consists of about 16 cells

(ii) This berry consists of two layers and its inner layer serves as the embryo

(iii) In the next two or three days the number of its cells grows to approximately 200 and upward

(iv) Between the 13th week and 20th week of gestation — the total number of cells increases by a factor of 4.3 from 3 trillion to 13 trillion cells till the 20th week of gestation

(v) After mid-gestation to term, the total number of cells increases by a factor of 2.9 to 38 trillion cells in about 250 days.

Let us think about the mechanism by which all cells may be coming to know all such things as they should know.

Is it not true that all such things may not happen without any entity’s supervision unless the following bits of information may be available to not only the zygote but to each cell?

(i) What type of cells have to be created by it

(ii) How many cells of each type have to be created by it

(iii) How each type of cell may have to be produced. The fertilized egg can’t grow further unless not only the cells created by it but all cells which may be created thereafter may also know how to create further cells and the type of cells to be created by them

(iv) Which cell produced by it belongs to which limb of the body

(v) The Θ, Φ and R coordinates (as shown in the following diagram ) of the place where each cell produced by it has to be tugged.

(vi) At the stage (that is — after the completion of which activities), further cells have to be created by any cell.

You may be wondering what is meant by the term “stage” in this context.

The fact is — the formation of the fetus, which involves an assembly of as many as 38 trillion cells within 250 days (which seems to be the shortest time the process of the formation of the final form of the fetus may take) — is just like a project.

I may explain what is meant by this term, with the help of the following diagram which shows a small PERT (abbreviation of “Project Evaluation and Review Technique”) chart.

Each circle of the chart is known as a “Node” and the line connecting any two nodes is known as an “Activity”.

The time within which each activity may have to be completed is written below each activity.

This chart has only 8 nodes and 9 activities.

Let us assume that the activity 1–2 may be completed in one day, the activities 2–3 and 2–4 may be completed in two days, the activities 3–5 and 3–6 may be completed in 3 days, the activity 4–6 may be completed in 4 days, the activity 5–8 may be completed in 5 days, the activity 6–7 may be completed in 6 days and the activity 7–8 may be completed in 7 days.

The project engineers use such charts which tell them which activity has to be commenced at which stage, that is — after the completion of which activities.

Though this chart involves only nine activities, just imagine — the chart related to the assembly of as many as 38 trillion cells, may involve how many activities.

Should be in millions — if not in billions.

According to this chart, we can reach the 6th node by 1–2–3–6 route in 6 days and in 7 days by 1–2–4–6 route.

So activity 6–7 can start only after 7 days.

From the 6th node, we can reach the 8th node in 13 days.

So by the route 1–2–3–6–7–8 or 1–2–4–6–7–8, we can reach the 8th node in 20 days.

Though we can reach the 8th node by the route 1–2–3–5–8 within 11 days, this chart tells us that this project can be completed in 20 days only since it requires 20 days to reach the 8th node by the route 1–2–4–6–7–8.

I hope — this explains what is implied by the term “stage”.

Maybe — such bits of information are furnished to the cells by mRNA (messenger RNA).

Ironically, nobody seems to have thought of the extent of effort that should have gone to determine the sequence in which 38 trillion cells have to get assembled so that the formation of the full-term may not take more than 250 days.

If you look at this chart, you will notice that the activities “2–3 and 2–4” run concurrently.

Likewise, the activities “3–5 and 3–6” also run concurrently.

In the case of the human fetus for several days, even a million or a billion activities may have to run concurrently.

Just think — since nobody supervises the activities which get performed after the formation of the zygote; unless each cell passes the data related to the PERT chart also to the cells produced by it — would it be possible for all such activities to get performed within 250 days?

If we were asked to evolve a system of this type — do you think it may be possible for any human being to develop such a system which may work without supervision by any entity?

But don’t you think if such a system can’t be developed by any human being, which entity could have developed such a system —

(i) the first part of which seems to get installed in the zygote during the initial 12 hours of hibernation, which is passed on by it to its two baby cells

(ii) the next part of which seems to get installed in the memory of the baby cells produced by the zygote

(iii) the next part of which seems to get installed in the memory of the baby cells produced by the baby cells of the zygote

(iv) the next part of which seems to get installed in the memory of the baby cells of the baby cells produced by the baby cells of the zygote and, so on.

Just guess — who could have been such an entity!

According to me, it could have been the same entity which was called “God” by our ancestors and is still regarded as “God” by the people who are not agnostic.

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Subhash Chandra Sawhney

A mechanical engineer,born in year 1939, lives in Lucknow, India. Has authored six books. Website theultimategoalofourlife.in;facebook.com/sawhney.lko