Is the human body smarter than its host....? Did God design molecules to decide things on their own..?

. Why does the human body know how to operate and even mend itself ...yet the brain must learn everything before it can do anything consciously...? Can just any living tissue have the capacity of memory...? Are there signal processing going on in cells? Do cells control and direct their processes in... show more .

Why does the human body know how to operate and even mend itself ...yet the brain must learn everything before it can do anything consciously...?

Can just any living tissue have the capacity of memory...?


Are there signal processing going on in cells?

Do cells control and direct their processes in a top-down way, rather than being built strictly from bottom-up chemical processes?

Do they utilize electro-magnetic signals specifically?



Brian J Ford. in a ground-breaking paper on cellular intelligence,says he contests the widely held view that everything in the body is ultimately controlled by the brain. And argues that in fact...... most cells are invisible to the brain – and unconcerned with what the brain does.


If you break open a single cell in a red algal colony, you’re left with the empty and torn cell walls, the neighboring cells sense what has happened.
They divide to replace the missing cell contents,which then sets out to realign and restore the cell to its original condition. The broken cell wall is brought back into alignment, and the wound is invisibly mended.


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