Cellular signaling

Signalling between cells

The communication between cells and groups of cells in the body has become easier to understand after the introduction of the internet:  Any computer can connect to any other computer over the world.. Groups of computers may be connected to a server, which contacts other servers…..  In the brain there are groups of cells, visual cells, hair cells, (hearing), memory cells, sensory cells and so on. These centra are often called hearing centrum, visual centrum etc. Doth slow and fast communication work in parallel. If you accidentally touch a piece of metal at 50 C, you will jerk the hand away immediately without thinking. The same thing happens if the metal piece is –30 C.  The sensory cells have signalled ‘danger’. Later on you can carefully touch the metal to establish how dangerous it was.  The latter type of communication is more exact but slower.

Cellular signaling

According to Dr Fritz Albert Popp, German researcher, the cell communication is optical. The cells communicate with infrared light of long wavelength. In the nerve fibres there are thin fibre channels with structured water, these function like the fibre optics of today. This is the fast communication. The slow communication utilizes chemistry and electricity. All of this communications require electricity. The electrical currents are very small, but they are there. If the signals have to be transported over a long distance energy must be supplied in so called ‘pump stations’ Vitamin B is absolutely necessary in order to make sure the ‘pump stations’ can do their job, supply energy to enable transport of signals.

Let us look at e few of the servers in the brain. If the memory server does not communicate with the visual server and the hearing server, the image can disappear in a split second. A senile person may wish you welcome, turn around and wish you welcome again. The electrical communication has ceased working. The process may be reversed by means of electromagnetic signals that can rebuild the electrical system.  I can clearly hear somebody protesting ‘you have just said that electro smog, unidentified electrical signals are dangerous’. Sure, and I have to add that it is not correct to say that all electricity is dangerous. It is the same type of electricity, electrons, in your flashlight as in the famous ‘electrical chair’.

Thus it is a tremendous amount of signals between the different servers in the brain. Very important is that the fibres are thin in order to pack in as many as possible. Sometimes I talk about ‘packing density’. This implies how many components, transistors etc we can pack in a specified volume, how many components were there in your old radio with valves, compared with your mobile telephone?   This density has doubled every 18 months since the 50ies. Someone had calculated that the end should be reached in 2012. It did not happen. The packing density of the body is unbelievable. How much info is packed in a sperm or an egg? Enough to have the blueprint for a complete human being.

The latest research shown in National Geographic, states that the optical fibres have a total length of 160 000 km, 4 times around the world. These fibres bathe in fat. It is of utter importance that they get the right fat. The brain produces its own cholesterol for the transportation of fat. What kind of fat? Saturated fat. One of the best is coconut fat. Comprehensive studies have shown that people living in countries with unlimited access to coconut fat have significant lower percent of dementia than other countries.

Let us go back to the other groups of cells in the brain. The communication between the different groups of cells in the brain has to be good in order to let all groups get the information necessary.

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