If god is in all of us, is he still in HeLa cell cultures?

You know, Henrietta Lacks died back in '51 but the line of cancerous cervical cells taken from her have been cultured, propagated and used in cancer research over and over again ever since. That would mean there's bits of god in them. Would that presence of god, in any way, have affected my PhD research... show more You know, Henrietta Lacks died back in '51 but the line of cancerous cervical cells taken from her have been cultured, propagated and used in cancer research over and over again ever since. That would mean there's bits of god in them. Would that presence of god, in any way, have affected my PhD research oh so many years ago? I feel so dopey for not ingeniously developing some "godless" human cell blank but I guess it's too late to turn back the clock.

Any thoughts?
Update: B.T. I scoff everywhere!
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