The Single Cylinder view of the Human Body can also be derived from the Torus View of the Human Body.
The Torus View of the Human Body itself requires some explanation before it’s relationship to the Single Cylinder View of the Human Body can be discussed.
According to Happeh Theory, the modern human body with arms, legs, a torso and a head retains characteristics of all of the creatures on the path of evolution.
The Theory of Evolution says that human beings started out as a single cell floating in the ocean.
That single cell evolved into a fish,
then evolved into an amphibian,
then evolved into a reptile,
and finally into the human body as it is today.
Happeh Theory says that the modern human body still has remnants or characteristics of all of those creatures inside of it somewhere. There has to be. If you take a fish, and change it into a walking mammal, the basic building blocks that were used to start the construction was a fish. The walking mammal has to build on the basic fish structure that it comes from.
This theory applies all the way back to the most basic form of a human being. The single cell floating in the ocean. At a very deep level of the body, the human body still shows the characteristics of a single cell. Or various aspects of the human body can be described in a way that is similar to how a single cell would be described.
This first thing to do is to look at a single cell.
A single cell is really nothing more than a hollow ball that is filled with liquid. There are bits and pieces floating in the liquid, but they do not have any influence on this discussion.
The main characteristics of a single cell is that it has a skin that contains and protects whatever is inside of it. The skin of the cell is flexible and can deform itself into many different shapes.
How is this very simple liquid filled ball going to evolve into a higher form of life like a fish or a human being? The answer to that question can be found in the common factor in all higher life forms.
All higher living creatures have a mouth to eat with and an anus to excrete wastes from. There is a tube that connects the mouth to the anus so the food can travel to the anus to be excreted. A mouth and anus are superior to the single cell because the single cell takes in food by absorbing it through the skin. This is a slow process that limits the amount of energy that is available to the cell.
Once an organism has a mouth and an anus, there can be an unlimited amount of energy available for the process of evolution. The creature can eat as much food as it can find to generate energy so that it can evolve from a fish into an amphibian for example.
Therefore, for the single cell to evolve into a higher life form, the single cell must develop a mouth, an anus, and a tube connecting the two openings.
According to Happeh Theory, this is exactly what the single cell did. It changed itself so that there was a hole in the middle of it. One end of the hole was the mouth, the other end of the hole was the anus, and the distance between the two are the throat, stomach and intestines.
( The throat, stomach and intestines can be collectively referred to as “the ailmentary canal”. )
Corroboration for the claims of Happeh Theory can be found in the real world. In the real world, a worm is a creature that is nothing but a mouth, an ailmentary canal and an anus.
A real world creature exists that matches the theoretical predictions discussed above.
According to Happeh Theory, all higher life forms can be described as worms that have had other more complicated things added to it. The worm, representing the mouth, anus and ailmentary canal, is present in all living creatures. It is the parts of the creatures that are added to this basic worm like nature that differentiate the various different life forms.
Specifically, that means that a human being can be treated as a large worm to which arms, legs and a head were added.
The title of this section is “Derivation of the SCV via the Torus View of the Human Body”. There has been no mention at all of a torus up to this point. Where is the torus in this discussion?
“Torus” is a fancy name for a sphere with a hole in it. Here is a picture of a torus.
A worm can be described as a torus. A torus has an opening at one end that could match to the worms mouth, an opening at the opposite end which could match to the worms anus, and the distance between the two openings in the center of the torus would match to the ailmentary canal of the worm.
The example torus is very short which makes it difficult to think of it as representing a living creature. Here is a picture of the torus after it has been stretched out lengthwise.
This picture makes it easier to visualize a torus as part of a living creature. In fact, the stretched out torus has the same general appearance as the common earth worm that can be found in the dirt.
It was stated above that according to Happeh Theory, all higher life forms could be described as worms with extra parts added. Here is a comparison between the stretched out torus which looks like a worm, and a fish.
The fish and the worm both have a mouth, ailmentary canal and anus. The only real difference is that a worm has the simple shape of a torus while the fish has a more compicated shape with eyes and fins.
The picture below compares the torus representing the worm and the human body.
The human body looks nothing at all like a torus. The human body has a completely different shape, and it has arms, legs and a head attached. Nevertheless, a human being has a mouth, ailmentary canal, and an anus combination just like a worm does.
According to Happeh Theory, this justifies treating the human body as a torus.
Now that it is agreed that the human body can be represented by a torus, the derivation of the Single Cylinder View of the Human Body from the Torus View of the body can be shown.
Here is a picture of a large torus surrounding a human body.
The torus representing the human body can have any diameter or height like the single cylinder itself can have any diameter or height. The important part is that like the single cylinder, the torus is circular. A torus, no matter what diameter or height, will always behave like a torus.
Here is a picture of the torus representing a human being by itself.
Examination of that picture provides the reason why the human body can be modeled by a single large cylinder. Here is the picture of the Single Cylinder View of the Human Body.
Here is a picture of the single cylinder representing the human body by itself.
And here is a picture of the single cylinder and the torus next to each other.
There is the reason the Torus View of the Human body can be used to derive the Single Cylinder View of the Human body.
The center of a torus is a cylinder.
Here is a picture with the cylinder in the center of the torus.
A torus and a single cylinder are both circular. That is the important characteristic of the Single Cylinder View of the Human Body. The the circular motions of a cylinder can be applied to or provide insight into the movement and construction of the human body.
If the Torus View of the Human Body is a valid way to describe the construction and behavior the human body, then the Single Cylinder View of the Human Body must also be a valid way to describe the construction and behavior of the human body.
Here is an overhead view of the single cylinder in the center of the torus to verify that the cylinder and the hole in the center of the torus are circular.