Cell Knowledge

The living cell relies on a non-biological process for all information needs.

This includes genetic information, memory, thought, and internal and external cell activities

A short description of the contents of this site,

the articles in it, their history.

How do living cells communicate? Hierarchical relationship is assumed. We are born with the tendency to make this assumption. In reality this is not true for communications between cell. Read about plane level and its major implications in various domains in biology.

Observations of nature's well familiar uses of information.

Later on these will provide the basis in finding that life relies on a non-biological mechanism for its information needs.

A moderate effort is needed to follow up Part one.

You will probably find some of the conclusions objectionable.

In this part you will find a suggestion why the Missing Word is taboo.

Makes use of the observations in Part One for an introduction to the views in 'Cell Knowledge'.

You will find many unfamiliar notions, and may find some unconvincing.

These are obvious to me only because I adopted them gradually during many years.

Written with less details than in 'Cell Knowledge'.

Requires an effort to read.

Here you will find main thoughts behind the notion of a non-biological information mechanism in the living cell.

The reader is presented with a logical explanation of the what the mind is and how it functions.

The reader will know how cells make use of the genetic information.

Would you like to make the effort needed to read this one?.

A fact that will surprise you.

Relevant to conflict resolution.