Intelligent Life Part 1: DNA
All life, in order to be life, has to contain some sort of intelligence. Otherwise, we humans as well as the plants and animals of the planet would be no different than the chair you are sitting on or the device you are holding/ looking at.
The basic unit of life at one point in history was considered to be the cell, which we now know is really subatomic particles assembled and vibrating in a certain way… or energy. Universal Intelligence (the quantum field, God, Divine being/Intelligence, Source Energy) is the energy of all matter (physical things both living and non-living) as well as the energy of all space (the “nothing” within the atoms that make up matter and the “nothing” between matter, including the “nothing” that is in outer space itself) in our 3D universe that it all draws from in order to be space and matter. Innate Intelligence is the personalized Universal energy that differentiates matter that is living from matter that is not… the matter of having genetic material (DNA, RNA, proteins) and the ability to regulate that genetic material (brain and nervous system). Because of the actions of the proteins of the body and the interconnected network of subatomic energy, the cells of the body are able to maintain proper structural organization and maintain coherence with one another. Thus, maintaining life.
Each individual cell is comprised of specific macromolecules (proteins, nucleic acids, lipids, polysaccharides) which are organized in a specific way and vibrate at their own specific frequency, meaning each macromolecule in the cell is specific energetic information about the cell: what it looks like (structure) and what its job is in your body (function). This makes each cell and by extension each tissue (organ, muscle, gland, blood vessel) unique in their own way. However, every cell does have some similarities. To simplify this, just imagine that every individual cell is basically a microscopic human:
Every cell has the functional equivalent of our total human's nervous system, digestive system, respiratory system, excretory system, endocrine system, muscle and skeletal system, circulatory system, integument (skin), reproductive system, and primitive immune system.
Each cell automatically and actively seeks out environments that support their survival while simultaneously avoiding toxic or hostile ones that could put the cell in danger.
Individual cells analyze thousands of stimuli from the microenvironment (the environment within the body) that they inhabit and are capable of learning through these environmental experiences.
Each cell is then able to create cellular memories from these experiences, which get passed to their cellular offspring (part of the normal life of a cell is replication).
Every cell has embedded within it the specific genetic code (the instruction manual if you would) that enables it to carry out its specific function(s) and to be able to repair itself as well as for cellular reproduction.
Every individual cell has certain requirements to stay alive and healthy (normal).
All of these characteristics of individual cells, the total human has/does as well (which makes sense since we are made up of these individual cells).
The inborn, natural information (Innate Intelligence) each cell needs to stay alive and to function as well as to repair and reproduce when needed is contained within the genetic information of the cell (located in the chromosomes of the nucleus or the DNA). However, DNA is only a piece of energetic information (matter) vibrating from the quantum field that doesn’t DO (as in the verb do) anything but instead serves as a physical blueprint to create the life expressing proteins of the body but only when signaled to do so by the nervous system.
According to the Central Dogma, DNA is thought to be the first cause or primary determinant of an organism's traits and therefore is the cause of life expression. It assumes that the flow of information from DNA to protein (as depicted below) to create and express life is one way; that proteins cannot send information back and alter the DNA. It also assumes that there is one specific gene that codes for each specific protein. This is an outdated and mechanistic belief of how the body works: The Human Genome Project found that for the 120,000 different proteins that make up our bodies, there are only fewer than 25,000 genes in the entire human genome. This means that the same gene codes for and therefore creates several different proteins which concludes that our genes can and must be altered to express life. Otherwise, we wouldn’t be as complex as we are.
So, DNA is just the matter of life, not the power or force behind the creation and expression of it.
to be continued...