JeffreysTubes8 Posted October 28, 2022 Report Share Posted October 28, 2022 Quote Personally, I don't see how gene expression alone can create and destroy a brain. I can see how the nerve cells could evolve in multi-celled organisms over millions of years, and how over millions of more years they could develop into neurons, but I do not see how this entire process can be encoded in the dna of a stem cell immediately without an extremely powerful supercomputer, given they only have the volume of a zygote to encode the lifelong development of an entire brain with a relatively rudimentary coding system of chemical adjustments in the double helix. Also, aging, or the inability for mitosis to create a perfect copy of a living breathing organism with all these organs fully fed and functioning to keep the organism in tact, seems strange especially when the rate of imperfect mitosis is different in different species. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turritopsis_dohrnii https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_longest-living_organisms#:~:text=Specimens of the black coral,planet%3A around 4%2C265 years old. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immortalised_cell_line It's like hair-growth, I mean you cut the hair and it knows it's been cut because hair just stops growing at a certain length so it knows it hasn't been cut? That seems like it's being regulated by nerve cells permeating the hair cells, not by the double helix combinations. Which means the autonomous nervous system is regulating cellular tissue by speaking directly to the subconscious part of the brain, not through gene expression. How can we miniaturize + and - signals to the point of nano-circuitry, while at the same time we can operate a satellite orbiting Pluto, yet we can't manage to insert the right gene expressions to do what Salamanders do when their hand is replaced by a piece of their tail for our maimed Veterans? How complex is the gene expression, or is it actually the nerves running along those cells that are causing the stem cell to become bone cells as opposed to skin cells or for a skin cell to copy wrong in senescence? Or is it not gene expression doing any of this at all, but in fact the brain? Personally, I think we should try brain to computer interfaces using neural-nanites and see if we can't control that which is most important to control, our bodies. Because I don't think any amount of nanites alone could manipulate cells as efficiently as the brain can. It's apparently the brain that is killing us, not the body. So the only way to fix our problems should be to stimulate neurons using neural-nanites that are linked to a powerful supercomputer, not cancer cells or any other cells other than brain. The medium in which purely electric synaptic signals between neurons talk, that most hold our soul, is mainly just a chemical that is similar to salt - it's the aggregate that we need to concern ourselves with. It's more advanced than any computer. You see, this is why Pharmaceutics are so ineffective. I suggest we rethink the entire idea of gene therapy and concentrate on mathematical optimization and combinatorics for individual synapse readings. A purely mathematical reading of the brain could do what the Human Genome Project obviously cannot. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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