Sep 172010
 

A single cylinder could be constructed in an infinite number of ways. Only a few of those ways will be discussed because most of the other ways a single cylinder could be constructed will be variations of the ones discussed below.

First, here is a picture of a single cylinder.

The single cylinder representing the human body could be constructed of small cylinders stacked vertically on top of each other as shown in the image below.

Intuitively this picture does not feel right. The human body is a living thing. Living things grow as one long connected piece. There are no examples of life in the real world where different pieces are stacked on top of each other to make a complete organism.

The single cylinder representing the human body could be constructed by connecting pie shaped sections of a cylinder together as shown in the picture below.

This picture does not look natural either. This picture says that a single cylinder is made by connecting individual pieces. For the same reason stacking cylinders vertically seemed wrong, a living thing grows as one connected piece, this view of the construction of the single cylinder representing the human body does not seem correct either.

From a theoretical perspective it is useful to describe the construction of the single cylinder in the Single Cylinder View of the body in terms of the DNA View of the body.

The DNA View of the Human Body says that aspects of the construction and behavior of the human body can be described by comparing the human body to a DNA molecule.

According to scientists, the DNA molecule contains a set of instructions on how to grow a human being. A DNA molecule looks like the example shown in the picture below.

The DNA molecule consists of two long strands that spiral about a common center. There are straight sections of the molecule that connect each of the separate strands forming the spirals. These straight sections begin on one spiral strand, then cross the center space in between the spirals to connect to the other spiral.

The part of the DNA molecule that applies to this dicussion are the two spiral strands.

This picture shows the single cylinder of the Single Cylinder View of the body from directly overhead. From this angle, the three dimensional cylinder looks like a two dimensional circle.

The spirals of the DNA molecule spiral around a cylinderical shape in between both of them. For this demonstration, one of the spirals will be made to look like a traditional spiral. A spiral that starts at a center point and travels outwards in an every widening spiral.

A spiral from this view in two dimensions looks circular. This picture compares a circle and the spiral.

This picture demonstrates the insight into the construction of the single cylinder of the Single Cylinder View of the Human Body. The single cylinder of the Single Cylinder View of the Human Body is treated as if it is composed of a spiral

This picture shows the circle that was the overhead view of the single cylinder with a spiral superimposed on it.

If the spiral in the image above were compressed towards the center, the individual lines of the spiral would butt up against each other so they look like a solid circle as demonstrated in this picture.

While this picture is an accurate representation of how the single cylinder of the Single Cylinder View of the body is constructed from a theoretical perspective, the picture is not exactly correct when describing the real life human body.

For this discussion, the single cylinder of the Single Cylinder View of the body is treated as if it is composed of multiple overlapping spirals that radiate out from the center.

In the next picture, the circle representing the top of the Single Cylinder was made very small, while the spiral was greatly enlarged. The begining point of the spiral at the center was then placed on the center of the small circle.

What this picture shows is the circle with only a very small section of the spiral superimposed on it. Expanding on this picture is one of the ways to accurately and completely describe the construction of the single cylinder of the Single Cylinder View of the human body.

In the next picture, the circle has been enlarged, and multiple curved lines have been superimposed on it which travel from the center of the circle to the outside circumference of the circle.

This is one accurate representation of how the single cylinder of the Single Cylinder View of the Human Body is constructed. Multiple spirals that overlap each other radiating outwards from a common center.

The single cylinder of the Single Cylinder View of the Human Body must be constructed in this manner for reasons of real life biological needs and construction techniques.

The purpose of the muliple layered spirals radiaiting outwards from the center is to allow for the creation of a hole in the center of the spiral as shown in this picture.

The hole that is in the center of the layered spiral construction fulfills real life biological needs. A living creature requires holes in it for a mouth that can eat and a waste exit to excrete waist. The circle in the picture above provides the necessary holes at either end of the cylinder.

  2 Responses to “The Construction Of The Single Cylinder View of the Human Body”

  1. man Amazing representation buddy!

  2. man Amazing representation buddy!!!

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