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The inner life of a cell. Very interesting 8 minutes
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teach RE: The inner life of a cell. Very interesting 8 minutes
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Very impressive, but it seems like we're still missing some needed information:

* What exactly is coordinating and directing these cellular machines (proteins) telling them when to start and stop and where to go at what time?

* In other words, what part of the cell is directing traffic?

* What tells the cell it's time to divide?

* When a cell divides, which is the parent and which is the child or are they sibling orphans?
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RE: The inner life of a cell. Very interesting 8 minutes
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-30-2018 03:52 AM)
Very impressive, but it seems like we're still missing some needed information:

* What exactly is coordinating and directing these cellular machines (proteins) telling them when to start and stop and where to go at what time?

* In other words, what part of the cell is directing traffic?

* What tells the cell it's time to divide?

* When a cell divides, which is the parent and which is the child or are they sibling orphans?

* Is this information unknown to molecular biologists or just left out of popular explanations for the sake of simplicity?
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RE: The inner life of a cell. Very interesting 8 minutes
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-30-2018 03:52 AM)
Very impressive, but it seems like we're still missing some needed information:

* What exactly is coordinating and directing these cellular machines (proteins) telling them when to start and stop and where to go at what time?

* In other words, what part of the cell is directing traffic?

* What tells the cell it's time to divide?

* When a cell divides, which is the parent and which is the child or are they sibling orphans?

Most of the answers (if not all) are in the video I posted in the last post on page one...

if you have time for a 2 hour vid.

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RE: The inner life of a cell. Very interesting 8 minutes
daersoulkeeper  Wrote: (01-29-2018 10:57 PM)
wow this looks just like NASA's footage of space

Don't worry, your brain cells are flat.
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RE: The inner life of a cell. Very interesting 8 minutes
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-30-2018 03:52 AM)
Very impressive, but it seems like we're still missing some needed information:

* What exactly is coordinating and directing these cellular machines (proteins) telling them when to start and stop and where to go at what time?

* In other words, what part of the cell is directing traffic?

* What tells the cell it's time to divide?

* When a cell divides, which is the parent and which is the child or are they sibling orphans?

Each cell of the body is predestine when it is created, blood cells have what is called a taxi destination of sorts.

This is true natural biological communication, it really is simple, it happens in zero time with infinite distance from brain to little toe.

Amino acid does not rely on parent child relationships, it can create the chicken and the egg simultaneously.

But particle science is not about simple, it is about complex, expensive, highly paid assumption makers and best guessers.
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