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Experiments show by reprogramming the electrical communication between cells, organisms grow extra limbs, eyes and heads

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Sometimes you find things out that are fascinating but utterly frightening and repugnant. Advances in the field of epigenetics have focused on the role of inter-cellular electrical activity in developmental morphology (shape or structure) of organisms.

Epigenetics is the study of factors outside of the genome which mediate genetic expression and the development of organisms, but don’t actually alter the genome. It is the study of how our behaviours and environment can cause changes that affect the way our genes work.


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By Dr. Guy Hatchard

Michael Levin is a professor of biology at Tufts University, Boston, USA, where he is head of the Levin Laboratory. The Levin lab integrates approaches from developmental biology, computer science, and cognitive science to investigate the emergence of organic form and function. Using biophysical and computational modelling approaches, Levin’s team seeks to understand the collective intelligence of cells, as they navigate physiological, transcriptional, morphogenetic, and behavioural spaces. 

Levin’s work reveals that DNA isn’t the only builder in the biological world – there’s also a mysterious bioelectric layer directing cells to work together to grow organs, systems and bodies. So far it sounds like a very interesting field, until you find out what this actually means. 

You can watch Professor Levin explaining his work on a TED talk HERE in which he shares disturbing footage of two-headed worms he has created. He also introduces us to xenobots — the world’s first miniature living robots, created in his lab by cracking the electrical code of cells. In the TED talk, Levin discusses what this discovery may mean for the future of medicine, the environment and even life itself. In other words, he is playing God with enthusiasm.

In case any of us are worried by this, Prof. Levin explains practical applications of his research involve repair of birth defects, regenerative medicine, cancer reprogramming, and synthetic bioengineering. None of these have actually happened yet as a result of his work, in typical biotechnology style they are wild promises designed to keep the research grants flowing. 

So how do you make two headed worms? 

Cells communicate with each other and coordinate their activities through electrical signals. Levin has figured out that it is the electrical components of cells – miniature transistors – that contain the functional memory of how to put together the building blocks of life generated by DNA. By stimulating the cellular transistors of a growing organism, you can create novel electrical gradients in the whole network of cells that stimulate particular organs and organ systems to appear in unexpected places. Levin shows pictures of a tadpole that has been programmed to develop a functioning eye in its gut for example. 

Similarly in flatworms, very simple organisms, the electrical gradient that determines which end of the worm will have a head can be altered so that a head and brain is formed at both ends of the worm – you can even make a worm that is alive but has no head. This is achieved not by applying an external electrical field but by turning on and off the little cellular transistors which are ion channel proteins made by DNA which form the electrical gradients to program the natural course of development. The reprogrammed gradients redesign the organism.

Levin appears enthused by this result and comments that the two headed worms appear very happy (??) except for the fact that they have difficulty feeding (????). In the video you can watch the worms threshing about. I imagined the two heads arguing with themselves about what to eat, rather like the three headed giant in Monty Python and the Holy Grail who couldn’t decide what to do with King Arthur, who had long since taken the opportunity to escape.

Another disturbing aspect of this experiment is the result that future generations of worms also have two heads, even though their genomes remain unedited. In other words, cellular memory of natural shapes and configurations of organisms is retained in the intercellular electrical communication network. In effect, like a computer, organisms can be electrically reprogrammed to look and act differently, even if this were to create an evolutionary disadvantage – a backward evolutionary step. 

This sort of reprogramming is very complex, it requires a whole team of highly paid biotechnologists to successfully alter even the simplest of organisms, but once achieved, undoing it is equally complex. Levin proposes that eventually scientists may be able to reprogram organisms to produce replacement parts for sick and aged humans. A giant step of his imagination whose safety implications remained undiscussed. The TED talk leaves you with the comforting message that all is well and wisely put and about to get even better – actually a nightmarish fantasy when you consider the risks.

So how close are reprogrammed humans?

Not close at all or even safely possible, they only exist on Netflix, but consider the implications of Levin’s research findings. Electrical fields determine human morphology, shape, and appearance of organs. We are being constantly exposed to increasingly complex external EMFs using a greater variety of frequencies and intensities. Levin’s work shows that the idea that these will have no health implications is frankly a head in the sand assessment.

We already know that external electrical fields have implications for human health because weapons have been designed using high intensity EMF fields. In the current climate of ethical standards, it is only a matter of time before someone begins to explore the possibility of redesigning, reprogramming, and controlling people inspired by Levin’s work. Is such research already under way? Due to scientific and military secrecy, we have no way of knowing.

Nature is intelligent

Another feature of Levin’s work is the construction of living nanoscale organisms known as xenobots which he shows swimming down tubular mazes and making decisions about where to go next. Levin describes them as intelligent. I would rather suggest that no one has any idea where this leads to or whether the outcome will be intelligent or simply mad. I’m voting for mad.

Natural systems are highly coordinated within a network of universal laws which optimise efficiency. Physical laws all conform to a mathematical type known as “least action” – they are not only efficient, but as efficient as possible. Biological systems are also optimised according to an infinity of factors geared to survival and evolution. The computing power that nature brings to bear is far far beyond even the largest supercomputers.

What I found interesting in this video is the clear evidence that nature’s intelligence is widely distributed and highly abstract. The TED talk included pictures of electrical activity in the gaps between cells coordinating organic development. When we are looking for the source of intelligence, we are not looking for one point or structure in the brain or even the genome, intelligence is everywhere, even in the gaps. 

When talking about intelligence, also refer to consciousness, in many ways they are synonymous. Genomes provide intelligent structure, bioelectric systems determine the flow and expression of this genetic intelligence, but intelligence in and of itself resides in the abstract field of consciousness. Edit DNA or reprogram cellular electrical systems and you can permanently maim the expression of consciousness in human life.

About the Author

Guy Hatchard, PhD, was formerly a senior manager at Genetic ID a global food testing and safety company (now known as FoodChain ID). You can subscribe to his websites HatchardReport.com and GLOBE.GLOBAL for regular updates by email.

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Demeter
Demeter
1 month ago

Very interesting article but much of it was, stop the world i want to get off stuff to me.

Great to see the intelligence in nature being recognised, which to me is real evidence of creation/design. However, think the kind of experimentation mentioned in the article is pretty evil. If products from such gross manipulation were to be used in transplants, i’d truly fear for the recipients. People who receive transplants from even deceased fellow humans, often have strange experiences and personality changes.

And yes, the drastic manipulation of our surrounding frequencies really concerns me, especially those like 5g etc. Also think we’re a minimum of 30 years or so behind the technology available to our enemy.

Kay
Kay
1 month ago

The genetic altering of animals is what convinced me that we are not just going through a bad patch but are truly in the biblical end time. If God did not permit humans to finish constructing the Tower of Babel, he certainly will not allow this tinkering with his creation to get very far. The only way to stop it completely is in the final judgment because, given the sin we are all subject to, scientists will never stop on their own.

GundelP
GundelP
Reply to  Kay
1 month ago

I wouldn’t wait. Even animals try to protect their offspring with their lives if needed. A tiny cat went against an Alaskan Malamute to protect her kittens, she had no chance of course but a ‘miracle’ happened, the dog was so surprised he froze and that couple of second was enough to reach and stop the dog.

Why would God involve? We – as they say – were created to his image, we are the superior specie on this Earth and we let our elderly and children murdered due to ignorance, laziness and being dumb / coward.

Now we reap what we sow it looks, what we allowed. If a specie was unsuccessful to preserve life it became extinct. Why us would be different(ly judged)?

As about the experiments, it is exactly the subject Dr Stefan Lanka was talking about in his New Body Soul Biology. An upper / higher thing, soul, directing even our cells to how and which direction to evolve or develop — but only till a level. the example was the tadpole, which if the eye was operated out and set to another location was able to see – but at the stage when the nerves was not yet developed. If they did the experiment at the stage when the nerves were ready, the tadpole died.

Demeter
Demeter
Reply to  GundelP
1 month ago

Such a lovely comment GundelP. Especially loved the story about the cat defending her kittens with the aid of a “miracle”, my little Princess is my sweetheart.

i know.
i know.
1 month ago

Well done finding Michael Rhoda but edited humans are as close as the decision to mine the result imo.
keep on Michael but now do one on Sharry Edwards from soundhealthoptions please 🙂 Rife, Robert O. Becker, Sharry Edwards, Michael, put the GOAT’s together, you really think it would be difficult to get a “sheep” as a test subject and try?

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