Natures Own Bump App


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Anyone with a smart phone knows about the Bump App. It allows you to select a calendar event, contact or picture and bump with another Smartphone user to pass the information on. The University of Utah, in the same article as we spoke about yesterday, says that close by cells can shake and bump and cause information to be passed on to a neighbor. What are our cells passing along? What are they saying? If we could listen in and understand we would solve almost all illnesses. Maybe someday we will have experts that can listen to and understand our cells language of epigenetics. Then we can begin to live a healthy illness free life without drugs.


What Type of Communications Can Our Cells Achieve?

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Our cells, through epigenetics, can send signals in our bodies that will throw ON/OFF gene switches in themselves, neighboring cells, distant cells. Neighboring cells can communicate via direct connect with each other like a handshake. Nearby cells can communicate by passing signals back and forth like throwing a ball in a game of catch. Some signals. Like stress, send out broadcasts like a radio or TV signal. These broadcasts affect large number of cells throughout the body. Stress signals the body to prepare for an event. Different cells do different things to prepare. The signal stops and things return to normal when the stressful event ends. Modern life can cause us to be in a stressful state constantly. Read more about this signaling at The University of Utah’s website.