Hi, my name is Greg. I am a senior biology major at Ashland University. After graduation I aspire to become a Physician Assistant. Science and particularly physiology have caught my interest. Since, I am a big time sports fan I think it is absolutely amazing how trillions of cells can work together to perform such a task as to running 100m in 9.58 seconds. Or how about watching Vince Carter jump over a seven foot two French center in the 2000 Olympics and “throw the hammer down”. Watching the human body achieve what many people thought once was impossible shows how truly remarkable the human body is. In order to understand how humans and organisms became to be, one must have to look at single celled organism to understand how life on Earth evolved into something so perfectly designed for life. As Darwin could explain but not prove, new species did arrive from pre-existing life. Darwin also explained how species evolved and became better suited to live in certain environments. Life on Earth began as a singled celled organism and now has given rise to incredible minds and spectacular athletes. Here is a video of Vince Carter dunking a basketball on a 7’2 man.