Image no. 1
Some where a team of engineers designed these
vehicles. It is obvious a lot of thought and design
effort was put into them. They are very complex.
But that is what designers are for. The best I know,
the owners are completely happy with them, for
what they want.
Image no. 2
Not as complex as image no. 1. But I know two
ladies who put a lot of thought into how this house
was to be built. Then a designer (architect) went to
work putting their thoughts into the design and building
Image no. 3
Image no. 3 is an old house built back in the 50's.
I personally know the man that designed and built
it. Herman told me that after he "precut" everything -
they put it up in one day. That was back when they
still had "barn raisings" around here.
Image no. 4
Image no. three. Less complex that the others,
but it still required some thought. That is what
is left of an old "pole barn" that Carl built.
Image no. 5
Image no. 5. Yep, less complex yet. I am the one
guilty here. A bench was needed to hold a
motorcycle engine while we worked on it. So I
gave it some thought and put it together out
of "stuff" laying around. It has been real handy.
Image no. 6
Image no. 6. Yes it is just a pile of wood. But even
then I had to decide where it would be out of the way
and how to stack it so it would not scatter.
Not much "designer" here. But it still took some intelligence.
Image no. 7
Image no. 8
Image no. 9
Images 7, 8 and 9.
Far too complex to have a designer. Anything
this intricate could not have a designer behind
it. It would have to be a pure accident or chance.
Or perhaps enough "nothing" got together and
moulded into something over millions and
billions of years to become something.
Then "something" got smart enough to put
itself together into another form.