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And why? It may be the last thing on his mind, but this man's body is working toward this. Whether we're thinking about it or not, our bodies want to make babies. And our bodies are very good at it. Around the world aboutnew babies get made every day.

But as ordinary as it seems, creating a new human being is no simple feat. Just think of it. No matter who you are, once upon a time you looked like this. From a single cell you built a body that has one hundred trillion cells. You made hundreds of different kinds of tissues and dozens of organs, including a brain that allows you to do remarkable things. Today, we can look closer than ever before: into the womb, into a cell, into the essence of life itself.

Not only can we see what's happening, but now we're beginning to see how it happens—the forces that build the embryo, the molecules that drive this remarkable change. We're uncovering the most intimate details of how life is created, the secrets behind life's greatest miracle. This program is funded in part by the Northwestern Mutual Foundation. Some people already know Northwestern Mutual can help plan for your children's education.

Are you there yet? Northwestern Mutual Financial Network. Scientific achievement is fueled by the simple desire to make things clear. Thank you. But beneath all that sunscreen, under the skin, there's a frenzy of activity. Without even thinking about it, almost all the adults here are busy trying to reproduce.

They can't help themselves. The urge to procreate is a fundamental part of life, not just for us but for all life. Why is this urge so universal? At least some blame can probably go to this: DNA—the molecule that carries our genes, the chemical instructions for building our bodies and keeping us alive, all wrapped up in a tiny winding staircase. DNA has run the show for more than four billion years for one main reason: it's very good at making copies of itself.

The copies can get passed to a new generation in a couple of ways. If you're a bacterium, you might be into cloning—making exact replicas of yourself. All your descendents have the same DNA and, except for an occasional mutant, are just like you. It's simple. It works.

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And genetically it's extremely boring. If humans were all clones, everyone would have the exact same immune system, and one successful parasite could wipe us all out. Fortunately, there's sex, the method of choice for With sexual reproduction, two individuals each provide some DNA. Most animals put it into sperm or eggs. If the two can get together, a new being will be created, one that's different from its parents and everybody else.

Where there's sex, there's variety. And when it comes to survival of the fittest, variety has a definite advantage. All this comes at a price. Sexual reproduction may be popular, but it's also quite tricky. To get an idea of how tricky, just take a peek inside a man's testicle. It's packed with tiny tubes coiled into bundles. Stretched out they could cover half a mile. Inside all this tubing, the average man is churning out a thousand new sperm every second. That's about a hundred million new sperm every day and more than two trillion over a lifetime.

And here's the tricky part: each and every sperm is one of a kind, carrying a unique genetic package. How is this possible? How can one person produce so many different combinations of genes? The answer lies in the very special way we make sperm and eggs, a process called "meiosis. In almost every cell of your body you have thirty thousand or more different genes, spread out on very long strands of DNA called "chromosomes.

Exactly half of those, 23, came from your mom, and 23 came from your dad. They come in pairs where the partners are very similar but not quite the same.

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The only time they get together is during meiosis. Here's how it works inside a testicle that's making sperm. First, each chromosome makes an exact copy of itself, keeping it attached at one point. They condense, creating an X-shape.

Now the chromosome partners get together and the two, or actually four, will embrace. They cling so closely, big chunks carrying whole bunches of genes get exchanged between the partners. The cell then divides twice, each time pulling the pairs apart. The final result is a sperm or an egg cell with 23 chromosomes, half the normal. By itself, the cell is incomplete. But it still holds incredible promise, because every chromosome now carries a combination of genes that has never existed before. All this gene shuffling means that within a single species, there can be an enormous amount of diversity.

And the more diversity, the better the odds are that someone will survive to create a new generation. You definitely have your mom's eyes. And you can see I definitely have my dad's eyebrows. But this is what our little boy might look like. That's me. I wonder if the baby will have the characteristic eyebrows that come from my father's side of the family. We call them the Iruegas eyebrows. He would say, "Five, six. Two, maybe three.

Like most men, Sergio has been constantly producing sperm since puberty. But Melinda created all her eggs when she looked like this, a fetus in her mother's womb. Within a couple of months, she created several million eggs.

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And then, the eggs began to die. At the age of 31, Melinda may only have a few thousand left.

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But that's okay, because inside an ovary, as opposed to a testicle, it's quality, not quantity, that counts. Every month, one of a woman's two ovaries selects an immature egg cell to lavish with attention. Hundreds of support cells tend the egg, feeding it until it grows fat. When it's ready, the whole entourage—the egg along with its helpers—oozes out of the ovary. Waiting for them is the open end of the Fallopian tube, which le to the uterus. Its tentacles capture the egg and pull it inside. The egg is swept along by muscular contractions of the tube, as well as the constant swaying of tiny cilia.

The egg I love my cunt mom everything it needs to start a new life, except for one thing: DNA from a sperm. And it has to get it fast. If the egg is not fertilized within a few hours it will die. With sex, there will always be pressure to meet and impress a mate. When it comes to actually choosing a partner, there's a lot to consider. For us, it might be somewhat more complicated than picking the one that smells best, but there's no doubt that the process can be heavily influenced by chemistry, natural drugs that flood the brain.

When love is in the air, the body can undergo some dramatic changes. als from the brain speed up the metabolism of glucose. As a result, body temperature rises, skin sweats, heartbeat and breathing get faster. In a man, hormones cue blood vessels to relax, allowing the spongy tissue in the penis to fill with blood. At the height of sexual excitement, millions of sperm are squeezed out of storage and swept up by fluid gushing from several glands, including the prostate.

The flood carries them into a fifteen-inch-long tube looping into the abdomen and then out through the penis. It's only about a teaspoon of liquid, but it typically contains about three hundred million sperm. They are immediately in peril. The vagina is acidic, so the sperm must escape or die. They start to swim, at least some of them.

Even in a healthy man, 60 percent of the sperm can be less than perfect.

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Like this one with two tails. For these guys, the journey is over. But what about the rest? What are the chances that one tiny sperm will reach and fertilize an egg?

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