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All Cells in the Body of Life are Interconnected

Blood moves through the body and brings nutrients to the cells, the water within each cell is the same water in the blood, and there are also cells that live in the blood and perform functions, O2-Co2 exchange and immune response, for all the other cells in the body. Water is the blood of the planet and water is the primary constituent of the blood in the human, nerve cell relative to the living planet, and body of its own collection of cells. The reason that water unites all cells in relationship is because the cell boundary is not solid and impermeable, but is flexible and semi-permeable. The permeability of cell boundaries allows water to act as the biological medium of exchange between all cells and within the individual cell and its various structures as well. Water through its property of being the most universal solvent contains minerals, sodium NA+ and Potassium K+. The movement of sodium and potassium in and out of the cell?s semi-permeable boundary creates the electrical charge, called a nerve impulse, which travels along the nerve axon to the termination of the axon where information is communicated to another cell that has a relationship to that nerve cells axon.<br /><br /><a href="" target="_blank">Water</a> in addition to being a universal solvent is the substance that flows through all life interlinking all things to each other.

The semi-permeable boundaries of all living things are engaged in and by water, water moves into a cell and out of a cell and in its self is essential to life and also brings nutrients, minerals, and circulates universally life beneficial cells throughout the body of life. The pervasive participation of all life in and as water, exchanging the mutually beneficial attributes of life throughout the body of life, is the physiological equivalent of what we commonly call love. Why do we experience this as love? It is because we are all semi-permeable, not truly isolated, alone, or absolutely separate, we are self-conscious (aware of our individual existence), and water unites us all in the mutually beneficial exchange of life.<br /><br />Maximizing the size and resource consumption of humans, the goal of capitalism, is counter to the biological self interests of the human individual, species, and the greater body of life

When viewed as part of the body of life that is our living planet, the wellbeing of the human individual and species, and the larger body of life are continually and inseparably interconnected. The idea that any person or group of people can grow infinitely (unrestrained individual capital accumulation) within a finite living system of complex interrelated living parts is similar to the biological logic of cancer. Cancer cells grow as fast as they can without regard to the non-cancer cells around them. As cancer cells consume more space and energy, eventually they consume so much space and energy that the larger entity of which they are a part is weakened to the point of death. If cancer cells were conscious you could say that they lost sight of their greater purpose (serving the wellbeing of the larger body of life), and their individual purpose (living a good life), in pursuit of the illusory goal of infinite growth. Our current economic and political system is driving activity in precisely this self-destructive direction because it recognizes no larger entity, or purpose, other than growing the size of the individual entity.

Industrial technology in the energy and agricultural areas is only a part of the process that has magnified human forcefulness to the point where our species has such a large impact on our planet. The force of technology is magnified and directed by human social cooperation that is structured through our political and economic systems. It is those systems that need to change if we are going to move into a sustainable relationship, and assume a positive role, relative to the natural world of which we are a part.