From the book: The Essential Secret of the Jews, M. Brushtein:
Cells – Communists
Living matter, although materially insignificant in the biosphere, energetically acts in it in the first place. (Vladimir Vernadsky, Scientific Thought as a Planetary Phenomenon)
The insignificant film of the living basically enslaved the entire Earth. How could this happen? Could it be that separate elements of living matter are not just united, but also actively interact with each other?
Each individual member has its own personal interest. The essence of evolution is that individual elements that have personal interests become united in a single body, and begin to act in the public interest. (Elisabet Sahtouris, “The Biology of Globalization”)
Thus, evolution is heading towards unification. The question is, when this “social” process began.
The ability of cells to actively move and interact with each other in accordance with certain rules allows scientists today to talk about cells’ “social behavior.” Probably, something like the described cooperation of similar cells happened on our planet about 4 billion years ago, on the threshold of emergence of life. (Eugene N. Panov, Escape From Loneliness)
It seems that this ability to interact or more precisely to cooperate, which appeared from somewhere, expresses the essence of the difference between the living and the still.
Finally, in our view, the most important thing is that cells do not simply interact. Together, they take care of the whole body and work for the common good, leaving for themselves only what is needed for life. In fact, their work illustrates a known communist principle – “From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.” (Karl Marx, The Critique of the Gotha Program)
Even self-sacrifice is not foreign to them.
Researchers from the University of California in San Francisco (USA) found self-sacrifice at the cellular level.
It turns out that yeast mother cells give their mitochondria to offspring and do this so selflessly that eventually they themselves die.
We can sum it up. Cells tend not just to unite – they seek cooperation. As a result of this activity, cells rise to the next level of the social ladder – the level of organisms.