How can a pluripotent stem cell differentiate to everything. Is it rational to believe that all the info needed stored in it.?

Tom Bearden mentions that every cell has a simple brain. This brain exist in a hyper dimension and the cell is simply an interface to a more sophisticated brain existing in a hyper dimension exhibiting non local traits and sometimes is shared by the whole spices. Non local means it is independent of time and place.... show more Tom Bearden mentions that every cell has a simple brain. This brain exist in a hyper dimension and the cell is simply an interface to a more sophisticated brain existing in a hyper dimension exhibiting non local traits and sometimes is shared by the whole spices. Non local means it is independent of time and place. This cell-brain interface is made of the mystical scalar energy. This energy is undetectable in the lab frame. According to Bearden a strong magnet will distort space-time and convert scalar energy to regular detectable electromagnetic field.
Jacque Benvenste picked up the magnetic noise of a drug and replayed it on water giving water the potency of the drug. Noble prize winner Montagnier transported DNA by picking up magnetic noise too. Viewing this from Bearden point of view could it be that Benvenste and Montagnier simple picked up the mystical connection between a cell or a chemical compound and its hyper dimensional brain? This connection when replayed magnetically on water it also opens this interface to the same brain. If so won't be the current stem cell research misleading to think that switching DNA will solve the problem rather than looking at the mystical interface to the "brain" of the cell? You can think of it like the shared library of codes dll in windows for instance. According to Bearden nature has a dll library which exist outside time and space.
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