From: Grant Callaghan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat 02 Nov 2002 - 02:25:35 GMT
> > Genes are a human way of looking at a body and selecting certain aspects
> > speculate about. The color of one's eyes, for example, may not be
> > by a specific section of DNA but is possibly distributed through several
> > sections of the DNA that lead the body to create eyes. The idea of
> > the genome up into little pieces and assigning them a specific task is a
> > human way of looking at the process but what the cell processing the DNA
> > doing might be something quite different.
>I don 't deny that!
>I just refute the idea that collectiviness is an inbedded first trait of
>IMO it is a second stage of an evolutionary process, dividing the genome
>up into little pieces can be seen as a way back to the origins_ thus back
>to the singular cells, but cells have to work together to make a human.
>What we all forget is that everything and all start as one singularity, as
>one cell ! We all see cells working together, they are all inbedded in
>what collective is known as a human being, the one single cell is for-
>gotten ! The interest in one single cell can 't outweight the huge accom-
>plishments of finding out how other cells work together.
>That is my pain !
They work together because they can communicate, just as we do, but in their own chemical language.
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