Wednesday, August 05, 2009

Microbe "Anticipation" effect

Here's an interesting article documenting how micro-organisms have capacities to anticipate events, similar to Pavlov's dogs. The scientists involved give a genetic argumentation -- though it surely is more of an environmental stimulus forcing genetic changes (heresy!), with the suggestion of "inheritance of acquired characteristics".  This would, by its very nature, render the genetic argumentation invalid, but nevertheless leave them with the raw facts that the microbes both react and anticipate.

The bioenergetic findings of Wilhelm Reich suggests the raw orgone energy which composes cells may also have this property, and be its source.  It appears similar to Reich's arguments on biological expansion and contraction, pleasure versus anxiety, which takes place in ameba also without brains or nerves.  There are all kinds of implications which fall out of this.

http://seedmagazine.com/content/article/pavlovs_microorganisms/

MICROORGANISMS CAN PREDICT CHANGES IN THEIR ENVIRONMENTS-UPENDING AGE-OLD BIOLOGICAL TENETS AND GIVING NEW INSIGHT INTO NON-NEURAL GENIUS.

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