Human beings keep building better systems. We make things bigger, stronger and better than previous versions. We discover innovative ways to manipulate natural elements into things that help to make our lives better.
Consider ancient bridges over bodies of water that were crudely constructed of wood. Then, we used stone to construct them after learning the supporting power of the arch. When metallurgy advanced, we began to use steel in various ways to construct our bridges over waterways that we desired to cross.
Each generation comes along advancing in its understanding of scientific principles to build better bridges. I thought it was amazing the first time I drove across those long bridges down in Virginia that go out over the water. I have never seen the ones built in the Florida Keys, but I would imagine they are incredible feats of human engineering.
Jesus simply walked on the water.
John 14:6. Acts 4:10-12. John 1:1-5. Matthew 14:22-33.