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Human
Ethology
A study of the evolution of organic life - by Gerd Ney
2013
The question at beginning of this chapter is the essence of this research. It is surprising that this fact of mysterious
structure and organization of our biological and mental substance is hardly discussed; probably the truth is that we would
become mentally overwhelmed and don’t know any more what we are up to and would not get an answer anyway.
One point of this structural coordination as subject for trillions of cells is easier to answer: after the one-off sexual
reproduction of Eukaryote cells, all following cells are created by cell division as it always had been done and this is what
we call a cloning process. A cloning process produces the same characteristics of the species. Cloned life therefore has less
individual characteristics and makes it easier to unite them for a commonly accepted task.
Having said this, we know that also cloned cells are deviating mutationally from their origins and this happens amongst
so many trillions of independent life units every second and could result in the growth of unwanted diseases or mental
blockages if natural defence systems are destroyed or disregarded, this is because the basic structure of our composition
doesn’t agree with actual requirements.
But independently of the cloned nature of cells, it doesn’t answer the question: how is it possible that 300 trillion of
individual cell organisms are acting in accordance with each other and sensitive enough individually to be efficient
throughout and assertive in no-time?
This research establishes that cells, and matter as well, are following very elementary rules to which they have adapted
to in billions of years (see Quantum Atom Theory and Quantum Mechanics in the last chapter) and not changing their
rudimentary origins: these are elementary patterns.
These set patterns are the guiding models for cells to follow. billions of cells with specialized functions still are executing
their duties every day, every second and are not deviating from set patterns: we would not survive one minute otherwise.
The origins of our daily reactions are shown and how we are thinking and feeling according to the grains we have
inherited from our ancestors – the archaea, the pre –cells and early viral life, the probably oldest biological cells and
the bio-blank undifferentiated stem cells. The biochemical construction and function of cells has been researched in all
detail, but the inner motivation of cell activity is still new territory; how is it possible that we are acting as a multicellular
organism relatively assertive? How is it possible that this jungle of trillion of cell conglomerates is able to form a temporary
existence?
Cells travelled a long
journey to this Earth.
They were able to adapt
through all extremes
of climate and galactic
crashes and catastrophes;
There is no chance for
human survival in a
permanent struggle with
hunger and endurance,
to live in permanent fear
of being frozen into ice
or cooked in the heat
of the early volcanic
environment on Earth or in
the Universe. And should
this not to be sufficient
to survive for cells, they
are able to switch off and
hibernate for 250 million
of years, very likely, much
longer.
We have inherited from our cell ancestors a tough streak which we try to destroy, taking social and logical reasons as
motive.
Urey/Miller’s experiment in 1952 to create life from chemical substances is still the dream of Cartesian minded scientists
and comparable to gluing wooden legs to a stone and attempting make it walk. Cell life is not possible to copy: the far
reaching substance of life is made out of billions of years of experience to survive in all stages, in all climates, in all
A house fly reacts in one fiftieth of a second; humans
are reacting in one fourth of a second. Compared to
the amount of cells of human individual against the
fly then mankind shows a relatively higher ability to
react.
But in the same instance it is the reason that larger
organisms will always react slower than smaller
plants or animals.
This fact indicates that weight (number of cells) and
the speed of communication are related to each
other.
In practical terms the time of reaction doesn’t exist.
This surfer, anticipates probably already the needed
action in the unpredictable chaos of wild waters.
This means there are reacting 300 trillion of cells
individually utmost sensitive and ultimately refined
in precision in no-time, but also are applying the
remarkable physical effort. Cells are more efficient
structured than multicellular organisms with each
other and better structured to survive in catastrophes.
The feeling of superiority of human society appears
to be unfounded.