The different Measurements of the Cell-to-be

 

Another issue that needs to be questioned is whether the Cell-to-be emerged in numbers scattered over a number of places when it first came into being, or whether there was then only one Cell-to-be that had managed to show itself up on the surface of the earth and that had later developed to become what it is today? Apart from that, could it be said for certain that  these cells-to-be, which were scattered all over the surface of the earth, emerged in a variety of sizes?

 

If one believes that all cells-to-be were orginally inside the activated carbon particles, one should then be in a position to accept the idea that the cells-to-be produced by the activated carbon particles must certainly have been of varied sizes.

 

Now, what are we to say of the approximate composition of the molecules inside the cell-to-be? Needless to say, their composition must have been extremely simple; in fact, even simpler than that of today’s Prokariote cell, which is said to have simple cellular components.

The idea that the emerging cells-to-be are of varied sizes will then certainly lead us to believe that the resulting outcomes during such transformation into cells-to-be must have been varied too.

 


Let’s take a look at the simple illustration given below:

 

Let’s say that we have with us some spherical boxes (see illustration 1) and we are trying to put something into each of them; say,  a beef grinder.  Certainly in all the other boxes(B,C, and D), it would just be impossible for us to put a whole unit of grinder as big as the one we put into A. Box B can hold only a smaller grinder with smaller capacity. Box C, being extremely small, will certainly be unable to hold a grinder as big as the one in either A or B. We have to find another type of grinder that will fit into it. The grinder in C, being smaller than those in A and B, the mechanical parts too must certainly not be as detailed as those in A and B. In  D, all we can put is only the meat, as it is too small to hold a grinder, no matter how small it can be. To grind the meat, D will have to take advantage of the presence of the other boxes.

This illustration serves to exemplify how the activated carbon particles, because of their varied sizes, had caused the cells-to-be they produced to appear in a variety of sizes. ID is an example of why a Virus, due to the smallness of its size, is incapable of having as complete a bodily mechanism as are the other cells-to-be. To multiply itself, the Virus must find a host that it can take advantage of.

 

Let’s take a quick look at the Virus, the Prokaryotic cell, and the Eukaryotic cell. Although some scientists have refused to accept that Viruses are cells, we are yet here trying to compare all three of them for the reason that all of them orginated from things that exist in nature and that part of what is to be found in their bodies has a lot in common with the cell. The presence of Virus, which lacks the ability to divide itself, has led us to believe that the cell-to-be emerged in a number of places, in a variety of measurements and conditions.

 

A look into the three entities, i.e. Viruses, averagedly extremely small; the Prokaryotic cell, averagedly medium-sized; and the Eukaryotic cell; averagedly big, leads us to realize that the bigger their sizes are, the more the material they have inside their bodies. The shortcomings to be found in the body of the Virus, which has resulted in its inability to divide itself and to simultaneously have DNA and RNA, are proofs of this.

 

One may not in any sense say that it has become so because at that particular place where it has developed there simply exists inadequate material which it needs for the formation of its bodily contents. Obviously, all this is caused by the limitedness of the place for the procurement of its bodily material, as proven by the very fact that the Virus can only have either DNA or RNA, but not both,  

Apart from this, the Virus has to wait for the presence of a Host through which to multiply itself. Wouldn’t it be easier if it had, since the beginning of its emergence, eqipped itself with some bodily mechanism for the production of such life material—as is proved by its ability to produce the DNA and the RNA?

 

Although the Eukaryotic cell is a result of the combination of a number of procaryotic cells, by way of endosymbiosis, nevertheless the presence of a big Procaryotic cell that engulfs the smaller procaryotic cells is proof enough that the one that swallows must certainly be bigger than the one being swallowed. Being so, enough place is available for such combination.

 

Another analysis which may be somewhat difficult to digest, yet supportive enough to confirm the presence of a place for the beginning of the emergence of the cell, is the presence of the big procaryotic cell which, because of its inability endure its bigness, has led it to cooperate with the smaller procaryotic cells to ensure its survival, by way of endosymbiosis. Had the cell originally emerged from the combination of the molecules, the way they were, without being forced to grow bigger by the place in which it had developed, such critical condition would not have happened. Such bigness had only resulted in its slowness in all its movements and in the delivery of “food” to the whole body.

 

In other words, the emergence of the cell in this world must have been preceded by the presence of a place to hold all its cellular material. It is strongly believed that the place meant here was the Activated Carbon Particle or its kind, which had come to emerge even before the existence of living creatures.

 

It is the presence of the different sizes of activated Carbon particles that have led to the emergence of the various types of unicellulars in particular and all living creatures in general. What this is likely to mean is that in the attempt to initiate its emergence in this world, it was necessary for the Cell to have the presence of such an entity as activated Carbon particles as facilitator.

Certainly not everyone would readily accept the idea that activated Carbon particle has existed in nature prior to the existence of life. Yet, given the fact that even man can easily make it—all he needs to do is to enlarge the pores by heating them—wouldn’t it then be possible for nature to do the same thing with the aid of the heat emitted by volcanoes? If one were to say that a substance like activated Carbon emerged only after there had existed life in this world, what then would one have to say about the many other substances, e.g. Zeolite, whose characteristics are almost like those of activated Carbon? Could we not assume that they too, like activated Carbon, are equally likely to have a share in triggering the emergence of life?

However, if it turns out that all the explanations in this book do show that there is a close link between them and the development of a Cell-to-be into a Cell, it could perhaps be said that the possibilities are true and in fact close to accuracy.

 

A Schematic Representation of the Existence of the Cell.

 

The following diagram attempts to explain, in various Activated

Carbon Particle (ACP) measurements, how life has come to emerge.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


An explanation of the diagram

 

Illustration 2 shows the evolutionary journey of the Virus, the Prokaryotic cell, and the Eukaryotic cell.

 

A, 3.8 billion years ago, shows how a Virus-to-be initally got to be inside a small space of an ACP. Very little change is seen to have occurred in its volume after such a long evolutionary journey which has begun since it appeared in this world for the first time.

B. The volume of the body of the small Prokaryote cell, has not changed much since it first emerged 3.8 billion years ago. 

C.  In its evolutionary journey to the present era the big Prokaryote cell combined and got engaged in the process of endosymbiosis, thus resulting in the emergence of the Uukaryote cell. Most of the Eukaryotic Cells combine with each other to form Multicellulars which, through a long evolutionary process, later turn into human beings, animals, and plants.

 

Illustration 3

 


This illustration, one that is solely the writer’s version, depicts the involvement of the Virus as part of the beginning of the emergence of life. It is due to the limitedness of the space inside the Activated Carbon Particles that the Virus appears to be what it is today.

    

Having seen how great the possibility is that the cell-to-be has emerged in this world by the facilitation of ACPs, let’s now take a look at how the molecules continue their journey in the bodies of the ACPs.

 

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