Sep 182010
 

The video linked below is located at YouTube.

The MultiCell View of the Human Body

A webpage duplicate of the video is also provided for those who prefer to read, and for more leisurely study.

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This video is about The Multi Cell View of the Human Body.

According to Darwin’s Theory of Evolution, human beings originally evolved from a single cell floating in the ocean, similar to the example shown in this picture.

That single cell evolved into a fish,

and amphibian,

a reptile,

an insect,

a bird,

a mammal,

and finally into a human being.

According to Happeh Theory, the human body retains characteristics of all of the creatures on the path of evolution, somewhere within itself. Somewhere within the human body can be found one or more characteristics of, a fish,

an amphibian,

a reptile,

an insect,

a bird,

a mammal,

and most pertinent to this video, the original single cell floating in the ocean.

This property of the human body, was the basis for the creation of a theoretical model of the human body, called The Single Cell View of the Human Body. According to The Single Cell View of the Human Body, it is useful to treat the human body as if it is a large single cell, located as shown in this picture.

A single cell reproduces through a process called cell division. This animation shows a single cell dividing into two new identical single cells.

 This picture shows one stage of the cell division process,

when the two new cells are still partially connected to each other.

This stage of the cell division process was used as the basis,

for the creation of another theoretical model of the human body,

called The Dividing Cell View of the Human Body. According to The Dividing Cell View of the Human Body, it is useful to treat the human body as if it is a large dividing cell, located as shown in this picture.

The Multi Cell View of the Human Body, is another theoretical model of the human body, that is based on the single cell and it’s characteristics.

According to The Multi Cell View of the Human Body, it is useful to treat the human body as if it is a collection of cells, grouped together in a specific way. It will be more enlightening, to show how The Multi Cell View of the Human Body is created, than to show a picture of The Multi Cell View of the Human Body.

The creation of The Multi Cell View of the Human Body, will begin with the single cell shown in this picture.

The single cell then goes through the process of cell division,

up to the point shown in this picture.

The single cell has almost completely divided into two new single cells.

The red circle encloses the small area where the two new cells are still connected to each other.

The next step in the creation of The Multi Cell View of the Human Body, is for each of the two new cells to undergo the process of cell division. The two cells divide in the downward direction,

as demonstrated in this picture of two new cells,

placed below the two parent cells.

This picture is aesthetically unpleasing,

because the two new cells do not look connected to the original cells.

To make the downward cell division idea more clear,

and to make this picture look more eye pleasing,

the new cells in this picture,

are replaced by two vertically oriented dividing cell images.

The upper half of each dividing cell image,

is aligned on and superimposed over one of the original cells,

with the new cell produced by cell division located below 

each original cell.

This picture is more eye pleasing,

than the picture with two single cells added below the original cells,

and with this picture,

it is immediately clear that the original cells are dividing downwards.

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