"We are not automatons to our genes," enthused scientist and lecturer, Dr. Bruce Lipton, who shared his concepts in the field of new biology.We all contain a "metropolis of 50 trillion citizens," --the cells in our body, which could each be considered sentient beings in their own right, yet they act together as a community, he stated.
Lipton said he had a scientific epiphany when he realized that the cell membrane was "an organic information chip" that reacted to the environment. This view of cells differed from conventional science at the time, which linked cell behavior to the genes.
Cells send out "protein antennas" unique to an individual person that receive signals from the outside, and thus, our identities are linked to an exterior "field of energy," he said. Just as single celled creatures evolved into more complex forms, Lipton suggested that humanity will eventually merge into a larger organization or being. This in turn would lead to complete harmony with the Earth, which could then take its place as an "intergalactic being," he concluded.
First half-hour guest, John Quiñones of Primetime Live, discussed his investigation into the controversial Brazilian healer known as John of God (additional site: friendsofthecasa.org). John sees around 500 patients a day—95% receive prayer and invisible healing and the other 5% get actual surgery without any sterilization or anesthesia, Quiñones reported.
"We were blown away," by what we saw, as the patients reported no pain or infections from the procedures, he said. ABC's Primetime Live for Thursday Feb. 10th will devote their entire one-hour broadcast to this subject.
George Noory recently paid a visit to the set of Star Trek Enterprise to watch a taping of one of their final season episodes. Enterprise has had a great run, star Scott Bakula told him. He and George also reminisced about both having lived in the St. Louis area. Scott is checking his schedule to see when he can appear on C2C as a guest.
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