The two Pieces of Jigsaw Puzzle
The whole content of this book gives rise to two big questions as related to the positioning of the two pieces of Jigsaw puzzle in their right places. The illustrations below attempt to describe the journey of the contents of this book concerning the emergence of the Cell in this World.
In illustration 1,
· Piece A of the jigsaw puzzle represents the presence of a Carbon atom of which the body of a living creature is composed.
· Piece B represents an activated Carbon particle as the substance that forms the Cell-to-be inside its body.
· Piece C of the jigsaw puzzle depicts the various events that occur
following the division of the cell-to-be.
· Piece D of the jigsaw puzzle is a portrayal of the condition in which it is assumed that the dismantling of the compounds and the re-configuration of the dismantled substances are similar to what we have in the present day cell. If the metabolism of the Cell-to-be had not been by far different from the metabolism of the present day cell, it would then be easy for us to put the pieces of the jigsaw puzzle together this makes it easy for the pieces of the jigsaw puzzle to be put together.
· Pieces E to F of the jigsaw puzzle represents the series of the total
development of all those substances in the cell-to-be into a Cell. This series of development result in, among others: the emergence of DNA, the twisting of the DNA, the emergence of X-shaped Chromosome, the twisting of the Microtubules, the formation of the Centrosome, the two Centrioles perpendicular to each other, Chromosomes forming a row in the metaphase line, the formation of the Nuclear envelope, etc.
Questions arising presently:
1. Is it true that long before the existence of living creatures, nature had already had in it substances that are similar to activated Carbon particle? Has it not been earlier mentioned that with the presence of the Virus, the Prokaryotic Cell, and the Eukaryotic Cell—each having an average size that is different from the other and each consisting of different matter—gives us the impression that there have indeed been limitations in their effort to procure their bodily mechanism. These limitations stem from the very fact that in such an entity as the Activated Carbon Particle, room for the procurement of such bodily mechanism is simply inadequate. If there had really been such substances, all the discussions concerning the emergence of the Cell as presented in this book would thus become clear. These substances could then be said to be analogous to piece B of the jigsaw puzzle.
2. If it is true that such substances did exist, what then do we have to say if it should turn out that the process of the dismantling of the compounds and the reconfiguration of the dismantled compounds in the Cell-to-be had basically been similar to what we have in the present day Cell?
If the answer turns out to justify the presence of such substances, then every phase in the series of the development of the Cell must have been similar to what is being described in this book. The second question could perhaps be more easily answered than the first one as the process of the division of the Cell-to-be did indeed have a close resemblance with that of the present day Cell.
Illustration 2 shows how all the pieces of the jigsaw puzzle are well put together and how orderly they are linked to each other.
Apart from the two possibilities described above, there also exists a third possibility in which the sequence may be inter-related.
The core of the cell-to-be gradually turning into a centrosome-to-be---the accumulation of the Cromosome-to-be inside the Nuclear-to-be---the lining up of the Chromosome-to-be in the Metaphase plate---the separation of the cell-to-be. All these seem to be inter-related. Apparently, its phase-to-phase development is very much similar to that of the present day cell. What was it that had led to such similarity?
Should any of the readers regard whatever is explained in this book is but mere imagination, it is perhaps worthwhile for them to consider this question too: Why is it everything in the whole series seems to be linked to each other and does make sense? Wouldn’t it be better if all of us work hand in hand to seek for a more detailed and accurate answer to this subject and try to make the best use of whatever explanation presented in this book that is deemed reasonable?
It is our common knowledge that all living creatures must inevitably undertake to perform the process of metabolism—obviously a chemical even. But where do such ability of theirs come from? The fact scientists dare say that living creatures do evolve leads us to believe that it must have been the switch from natural event to chemical event that had marked the beginning of evolution.
Among such switch that can be easily identified even until today are these events occurring in the ACP: as a result of its being affected by the Rayleigh waves, events in it switches from one that is natural to one that is chemical, there by causing the compounds to dismantle themselves.
Thus, it is highly likely that the ACP or others of its kind had played a vital role in events leading to the emergence of life.