There are two different versions of the Big Hand View of the Human Body. This new version and an original version. The original version is going to be renamed to something else. That notice is for people who have seen the other version of The Big Hand View of the Human Body, are are confused as to why this theoretical model of the human body has the same name.
Many people think the human body is what they see in the mirror, and that is all. They might know something of Anatomy or know something about muscles, tendons, organs, etc. They might have a certain idea of how the human body moves using muscles, tendons, etc.
According to Happeh Theory, the human body at a basic level can be treated as the original single cell floating in the ocean that human beings originally evolved from. A single cell is basically a spherical sack with fluid and other objects inside of the sack that keep the cell alive. The sphere in the picture below will represent a single cell.
According to The Big Hand View of the Human Body, the human body can be treated as the single cell shown in the picture above, with two arms and hands attached to it as shown below.
Happeh Theory emphasizes the act of thinking for oneself. Much of the material created for Happeh Theory is purposefully mysterious so that a person must think on their own to fill in the missing pieces.
The reader will want to figure out any possible implications from the picture above. One route to take would be to wonder how replacing the torso and the legs with a simple sphere would change how the arms are connected to the body. Instead of being connected to the shoulders of the normal human body, the arms are connected to the sides of the sphere in the picture above.
The reader is free to visualize modifications to the picture that might help them reach some conclusion or the other. It might be beneficial for instance to consider moving or altering the attachment point of the arm to the sphere in some way, that would make a particular conclusion more clear.
It might be helpful to extend the attachment point of the arms to the sphere vertically, so the attachment point includes the entire side of the sphere as shown below.
If the single cell represents the human body, and the attachment points of the hands to the single cell are the entire vertical height of the single cell in the picture above, then the human body could be substituted back into the picture above, so that the hands are connected to the real human body from the feet to the top of the head as shown below.
What are the implications of the above picture? There are many implications to the picture above. One of them would be that the hands are connected to the body from the top of the head to the bottom of the feet, instead of just at the shoulder. If that was true, how would that affect how the human body behaves?
It might also be helpful to consider what the hands do or how they move when examining the pictures above for inspiration. The hands move from opening to closing and back again.
A person might consider that if the hands are attached to the body from the feet to the top of the head; and one of the things the hands do is to close, then maybe when the hands in The Big Hand View of the Human Body are closed, they are closing around the torso, the head, and the legs.
If that was true, what would be the implications of that fact?