Sep 152010
 

The video linked below is located at YouTube

The Sperm View of the Human Body – video

A webpage duplicate of the video follows for those that would rather read instead of watching a video.

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One of the basic principles of Happeh Theory, is that the human body contains characteristics of everything it has ever been. A human body begins when a male sperm fertilizes a female egg, so according to Happeh Theory, the human body should exhibit the characteristics of both a egg and a sperm.

The human body does exhibit the characterstics of a sperm in many different ways, as predicted by Happeh Theory.

One of the characteristics of a sperm would be it’s shape. As can be seen in the picture below, a sperm consists of an distorted elliptical shape called the head, a cylindrical section behind the head called the body, and a long thin tapering cylindrical section called the tail.

The next picture is a drawing with Dutch language labeling of a horizontally oriented sperm.

According to the basic principle of Happeh Theory stated above, the human body should contain the characteristic shape of a sperm.

The picture below compares the male genitalia to the horizontal drawing of a sperm. The head of the sperm matches to the scrotom of the male genitalia, while the tail of the sperm matches to the penis.

The general similarity in shape between a sperm and the genitalia of an adult male human body, is just one proof of the basic principle of Happeh Theory, that the human body contains characteristics of everything it has ever been.

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Another characteristic of a sperm is that a sperm is long and flexible.

According to Happeh Theory, it is very useful to treat the mature human body as a collection of long, thin, flexible sperms. Various ideas and concepts about the human body are more easily explained by treating the body as a grouping of long, thin, flexible sperms, instead of treating the human body as all of the things that an anatomy book says a human body is constructed of.

Theoretically, a sperm could be treated as a fiber, which is something long, thin, usually flexible, and usually a uniform diameter throughout it’s length.

A simple example of how something would be created out of sperms will be presented, to help with visualizing how the human body would be created out of sperms.

When a sperm enters the female body for purposes of reproduction, it looks for a female egg which it then penetrates and fertilizes. The picture below shows a sperm just touching an egg.

The picture above only shows one sperm sticking out of the surface of the egg. If the human body is to be treated as if it is constructed of sperms, it would take a lot of sperms to form the solid human body. The picture below shows a group of sperms.

The first picture provided an example of a sperm sticking up out of a solid object, to demonstrate how one of the sperms that theoretically make up the human body in The Sperm View of the Human Body, would look. The second picture provides a way to visualize how multiple sperms would look.

The chaotic group of multiple sperms in the lower photograph, need to be combined with the structured single sperm sticking straight up out of the solid egg, to demonstrate how the human body would be constructed of sperms.

In something that According to Happeh Theory is not a coincidence, there is a living creature that provides a way to demonstrate how a human being would be constructed from sperms. This living creature looks sort of like it is constructed from sperm like objects that are thousands of times larger than a real microscopic sperm.

The picture below is of a creature called a Sea Anemone.

This Sea Anemone looks like it is constructed of many large sperm like objects. The objects could be called tentacles, or they could be called fibers. Or they could be treated as large sperms.

The picture above is good for showing the the separate nature of all of the tentacles of the Sea Anemone. The human body is a solid object though. It would be even more helpful, if an example of how sperms would combine to form a solid object like the human body could be examined.

The next picture shows a different type of Sea Anemone.

The example Sea Anemone above provides an excellent example upon which to base the visualization of the human body being constructed of an infinite number of infinitely small sperms.

The solid orange base part of the Sea Anemone, would be the heads of the sperm. The heads of the sperm are all packed right next to each other so closely that the present the appearance of a solid object. But the tentacles of the Sea Anemone sticking up out of the top of the orange base, represent the individual tails of the packed solid sperm heads in the orange base.

To completely visualize the human body as being constructed of sperms, all that needs to be done now is to visulize the human body as the base of the Sea Anemone in the picture above. Whenever you think of any part of the solid appearing human body, you will visualize an infinite number of infinitely small sperms packed together

So what is the big deal about treating the human body as being constructed of an infinite number of infintely small sperms? The benefit of The Sperm View of the Human Body in discussing the actual human body, is that a sperm is something that is long and thin, and it is all one piece. The picture below shows a simple computer object representing a sperm.

If a human leg was visualized as being constructed of sperms, one way to visualize the leg, would be that the hip would be where all the sperm heads were, then the sperm tails traveled down the arm and out to the fingers. The next picture shows the large example sperm from above next to the human leg.

Next is a picture of a 20 by 20 grid to that represents the infinite number of infinitely small sperms that the leg is constructed of.

The large 20 by 20 grid is then compacted down so that they are all next to each other. There is still a small space between each sperm object to help with seeing the separate sperm objects.

The gird of 20 by 20 sperm objects now looks close to a solid rectangular shape. The next picture compares the 20 x 20 grid of sperm objects to the leg of the model human being.

Although the 20 x 20 grid of sperm objects is much larger than the leg for visibility purposes, the reader should still be able to understand the meaning of the picture. The large 20 by 20 grid of sperm objects, is meant to represent an infinite number of infinitely small sperms, all placed right next to each other so they present the appearance of a solid object, that the leg would be constructed of in The Sperm View of the Human Body.

This is a completely different way of visualizing the leg, compared to visualizing discrete and separate upper leg, lower leg, ankle, foot, and toes.

Because a sperm is one long continous object, anything that happens to one part of the sperm will travel throughout the length of the sperm. If the leg was constructed of sperms, then anything that happened at any point of the leg, would travel up and down the sperms to all other parts of the leg.

The power of this idea cannot be overstated. It can be used to explain many different things regarding the behavior of the human body in areas like Acupuncture or Kung Fu.

This idea is completely different from visualizing the leg as an upper leg, lower leg, ankle, foot, and toes. It would be common to treat each of these section of the leg as being separate. If something happened to the upper leg, that something only affects the upper leg, which is a separate and discrete object from the lower leg, ankle, foot, and toes.

In real life, the human body does not behave like it is composed of separate discrete objects like upper leg, lower leg, ankle, foot, and toes, so The Sperm View of the Human Body is much more accurate in describing the real world behavior of the human body, than a western anatomy view of the human body, which treats the human body as separate and discrete parts.

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