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Date: Thu, 31 May 2001 00:03:41 -0500

Dear Joe,
 Actually, with a quantum potential, both surmises are correct.  The entire
 "past history" of forms back to the primeval, is already there in every
 cell, resident inside both the cell's little "individual" QP (if we may even
 use the term "individual" when we are dealing with a multiply connected
 space) as well as the overall QP of the body.  So the body already has the
 full recording of all the past states in past evolution, in every cell.
 Whether we consider it as individual cellular dedifferentiation or as
 "dedifferentiation to past forms" is actually just a matter of personal
 Turning it into a cancer cell (promotion, whose mechanism is not understood)  involves the time-domain pumping, continuing on past the forms of the cell  in this life.   The cellular control system actually does start that cell back toward an anaerobic form, and yes the continued hypoxia that the CCS tries repeatedly to alleviate and cannot, is the key stimulus leading the CCS to such a dramatic action.  Small wonder that cancer increases as
 biospheric pollution increases.  I got onto this from pondering what
 specifically happens to a smoker when he inhales.  I knew about the fact
 that the hemoglobin itself could not carry the oxygen it normally carries,
 and the fact that some 60 to 80 water molecules must cluster around the red corpuscle and interact ionically with the hemoglobin, to enable it to take
 on lots more oxygen than it chemically could otherwise.  I also knew of
 experiments showing that any pollution of the blood dramatically interfered
 with the water molecule clustering, and thus would cause dramatic hypoxia
 immediately.  This led to the realization that the great relaxation that
 engenders quickly to the smoker  is actually a dramatic emergency response by the CCS, frantically reducing oxygen needs of the body by lowering the metabolism, relaxing, calming, etc.  What the smoker interprets as a "good thing" is actually a dire emergency and a terrific stimulus to the CCS.
Excellent insight, by the way.  Happy to see that!
The address here is:  Tom Bearden, 2311 Big Cove Road, Huntsville, AL 35801.
Really appreciate your sterling assistance; it is invaluable.
Very best wishes,

Tom B.

 Date: Wed, 30 May 2001 22:18:44 -0400 (EDT)
 From: Joe
 Hope all is going well.
 I have 2 things to share.
 With reference to citation / reference assistance:
 To what mailing address should paper material be sent?
 (I may get some of the info (such as Physical Review Letters article(s)) as
 hardcopy from a library.)
 An idea about cellular dedifferentiation response to stress:
 Hypoxia-induced stress, leading to "control signals" to cause cellular
 dedifferentiation to anaerobic forms, leads to cancer.
 Quantum potentials are involved.  This comment is on the route taken, or
 which quantum potentials are involved.
 This (carcinogenic) dedifferentiation is hypothesized as "going back" along
 the evolutionary stream, to (the infolded substructure  / pattern of the
 quantum potentials for) more primitive ancestors of the species, via
 utilization of the species quantum potentials.
 An alternative route is going back along the individual (as opposed to
 species/evolutionary) stream, to a more primitive cell type of the
 individual (as in the early single fertilized cell, its next stage
 consisting of 2 cells, then 4 cells, etc.*, during which time most cells
 would be non-specialized or undifferentiated) via utilization of the
 individual's quantum potential.
 It seems that individual organism's quantum potentials could explain the
 dedifferentiation as well as involvement of species' QPs and "going back" to
 earlier anaerobic species.  Certainly the earlier cells of the individual
 were less differentiated and less specialized.  What do you think?
 * It is recognized that all cells need not increase / double / divide at the
 same rate or time; so, the number may change from 8 to 10 to 14 to 17 to ...
 instead of changing as powers of 2.