PRIMORDIAL ARCHETYPES CHALLENGE: Bacteria and Human Evolution/Potential/Behavior: The Symbiotic Human-Bacteria Collective/Behavior.

PRIMORDIAL ARCHETYPES CHALLENGE: Bacteria and Human Evolution/Potential/Behavior: The Symbiotic Human-Bacteria Collective/Behavior.
The following quote has been shared in private training sessions.
 
“For every human cell there are 3 microbial cells living within the human body.
The human that appears to be one, is actually trillions.
I wonder how decision making and conflict of interest are solved within this living system ?
If Microbial life would be intelligent and capable of thinking and communication, also of telepathy, would be the human thought human or microbial in its nature ?” – Luis Daniel Maldonado Fonken
 
An hypotetical situation that can not be demonstrated to be true or false as the references necessary for the validation/evaluation of the answer are not existent.
 
Perceptions and agreements that are trend may become the strong influence over reasoning and suggest bias in objective analysis.
 
What else has been missed?
 
The definition of intelligence, the study of bacteria, the operating signs of telepathy, the study on telepathy in humans and non humans life forms, the human self-identity, the collective symbiotic life system created by human and microbial life, does human imitate animal/life behavior or intelligence-patterns of behavior? How much bacteria would influence human behavior ?…
PRIMORDIAL ARCHETYPES CHALLENGE: Bacteria and Human Evolution/Potential/Behavior: The Symbiotic Human-Bacteria Collective/Behavior.
 
  • Design a primordial algorithm that would help researchers identify the influence of bacteria in human life, human evolution, human potential (Stages of development), human behavior.
  • Identify patterns of behavior that are similar between humans and bacteria.
Taking in consideration that a primordial algorithm will take data and studies previously completed, and the PTT Tools for systemic analysis of the The Symbiotic Human-Bacteria Collective/Behavior.
 
 
REFERENCES:
 
  • The Microbiome Project ” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_Microbiome_Project “
  • LDMF Foundation Project: Ethology of Human Phenomena

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