In everyday life we live in harmony with our world, we do not think about how bacteria and viruses live in their world, using our body. They literally do what they want. Despite their small size, bacteria and viruses easily control us. In many cases, we are supported by bacteria. They often start a war, destroying each other.
Features of our microcosm
Just think. A huge number of microorganisms live inside our body, without which life itself would be impossible. Our intestines alone contain about 50 trillion (!!!) bacteria. This is about 1.3 times more than all the cells in our own body. The mass of human intestinal microorganisms reaches 3 kg. Bacteria live in almost all of our organs and are involved in a number of different processes.
And how our microorganism works depends not only on digestion, but also on the immune system, metabolism, skin condition and even mood.
Microorganisms live inside us according to their own laws, form communities, make friends and argue like humans. If they stop feeling comfortable and protected inside of us, they can leave the body or attack aggressively from within. Or argue with each other. Children easily change the quality of life of adults. At the same time, they remain vulnerable to external influences.
The Microcosm within any living organism is so complex and diverse that it is hard to believe that all beings on the planet Earth have evolved. The whole universe is hidden inside each of us, and if we draw an analogy with the stars, we can see that the atoms and cells that make up living beings obey the same laws that apply to celestial bodies.
Just like stars, atoms are formed by hot plasma, capable of emitting electromagnetic waves, light and heat. And if clusters of stars form galaxies and systems, then clusters of atoms lead to the formation of various structures, cells, tissues, etc.
When we look at the sky, we see that the stars are separated by distance. But if you imagine that the cell can be enlarged enough to see the atoms that make up it, then the picture will be similar to what we see when we look at the night sky. By studying stars, astrophysicists have found that the distances between stars are not stationary,and can increase or decrease. But exactly the same process occurs in a living organism – because when moving, the distance between atoms constantly changes.
The process of metabolism at the microscopic level in a simplified version looks like this: any substances penetrate through certain pores in the cell and there are used for their intended purpose. In fact, the atoms of certain substances “run” in a given direction, and then they are sucked in by “channels”, and the atoms “disappear”. But this process is an exact copy of cosmic events – when matter is inevitably drawn into a black hole and disappears from view.
Cells of any living creature divide, die, regenerate – these processes go on non-stop, and something similar happens in the Universe, only by our time standards it takes a very long period of time. Cells of different tissues have their own shape red blood cells are discoid, muscle cells are fusiform, nerve cells have several processes, etc.
A single cell contains hundreds of billions of atoms, and the same can be said about galaxies — They consist of a huge number of stars, and also have an amazing variety of shapes.
Among them are elliptical, round, spiral, lentil-shaped and many others. However, I would like to dwell on the Galaxy that has a spiral shape with a jumper (by the way, our Galaxy also has this shape). A scientific explanation for this deformation has not been formed, but this type of Galaxy is very similar to the process of mitotic cell division in a living organism.
The famous astronomer Hubble believed that all Galaxies are born initially the same. At the same time, even during mitosis, two absolutely identical daughter cells are formed from one mother cell, but of a smaller size. The genetic material in the” newborn ” cells is distributed equally, and the strands of the achromatin spindle, such as a kind of “jumper”, very similar to the little-studied galactic deformations, help the chromosomes to disperse to “their” cells.
Each organ consists of one type of cell, but even in outer space, the formation and grouping of Galaxies does not occur randomly, and in one or another part of the Universe, Galaxies of only one type (shape) predominate, as in a living organism.
Each molecule of a substance consists of a certain set of atoms, which are arranged in strict accordance. All chemical elements have a well-defined composition. But even in ancient times, people noticed that some groups of stars do not change their location relative to each other, such groups of stars were called constellations. Based on the theory of the structure of molecules, it can be assumed that constellations in Space play the same role as chemical elements, that is, they serve to form more complex matter.
Based on these assumptions, we can come to the conclusion that the universe is not some infinite object with scattered stars, Galaxies and systems, but one living organism living its unknown life.
Now I ask a question again:
– Who is the Lord of the planet Earth? If we do not know the harmony of our organism, how can we ensure harmony on our planet?
– Fortunately, we are many, diverse, the most important thing is that we are intelligent beings, but it is still necessary to prove how much and what kind of influence microorganisms have on our intelligence.
– The laws of intelligence were formulated by the Creator and it is obvious that the result should be more favorable, that is, REASONABLE.
(I, Armen Grigoryans, have come to this conclusion and presenting to you. I look forward to hearing your opinion.)