Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsBiology · 5 months ago

If a stem cell is just some organic material. Why can't you mass print ike integrated circuits?

Tom Bearden says that a living cell has a brain located in a hyperdimension. The link to the hyperdimension is what defines a living thing. Hyperdimension is non local and is outside space and time. A sudden jerk in the rate of flow of time cuts this link.

If Tom Bearden is a crackpot. Why can't humans simply build a stem cell out of basic organic matter. Even if they did it they don't know how to make a link to the hyperdimension.

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  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    stem cells aren't just basic organic matter, they contain DNA in them too. The DNA is in its most undifferentiated state inside the stem cell, the stem cell can be turned into any other cell in the body, at which point the DNA is no longer undifferentiated. The entire DNA genome is still inside all cell's DNA, but the most initial state is lost. Think of the stem cell as a computer soon after its rebooted, and it's lost all of its built-up states and its back to its default state.

  • Cowboy
    Lv 6
    5 months ago

    LMFAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    crack pot

  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    The cell is a whole lot more complicated than any computer ever built.

  • Dr W
    Lv 7
    5 months ago

    no no no.. Tom Bearden is wrong. It's not a hyperdimension, it's a hypodimension... capisce?

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  • YKhan
    Lv 7
    5 months ago

    Who is Tom Bearden, and why should I care what he has to say? When somebody starts talking about "hyperdimensions", you can already assume he's some kind of crackpot.

    To answer your question, stem cells aren't just basic organic matter, they contain DNA in them too. The DNA is in its most undifferentiated state inside the stem cell, the stem cell can be turned into any other cell in the body, at which point the DNA is no longer undifferentiated. The entire DNA genome is still inside all cell's DNA, but the most initial state is lost. Think of the stem cell as a computer soon after its rebooted, and it's lost all of its built-up states and its back to its default state.

    • Ted K
      Lv 7
      5 months agoReport

      Tom Bearden is a wacko. https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Thomas_E._Bearden

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