Chapter 4

The Genetic Intelligence Universe GENIUS+: Cell Internal Language Organization CILO; Origin of Life and Consciousness

Branko Souček


Background and Purpose: This work develops the new genetic intelligence theory as a complement to the genetic code theory. </p><p> Material and Methods: The genetic intelligence is organized in the nested, fractal cell event trains CET. The trains are compared with the send and receive windows measured on the firefly Photuris versicolor. </p><p> Results: The new GENIUS+ theory is developed. It covers the cell, brain and behavior; hence it is universal. The cell intelligence is composed of the intelligence links; related to the length, locus, loop, distance; and to the cell working association and memory. The primary, window and answer oscillators generate the sequences of send and receive windows. They are entrained by the stimulus and they define the latency of the answer. The initial phase is determined by the contents of memories. The frequency of cell consciousness is 5,7 cycles per 1000 nm. </p><p> Conclusions: The human genes and the mouse genes are 99 per cent similar in DNA codes. Yet the human GENIUS+ intelligence links are different from the mouse GENIUS+ intelligence links. These are two different building, linking plans, producing two different lives: human and mouse. The GENIUS+ is a missing link between the genome and proteome. The cell Primary waveforms and oscillations are responsible for an inherent time, space, link program that controls the communication and the behavior of cell agents. The Primary waveform also controls the relationship between the stimulus and the response by narrowing and widening the receive and send windows. Hence the Primary waveform presents the basic, precise, and quantitative description of a part of the cell Self Organization SO. Three waveforms (primary, window, answer), lead complex segments of the cell SO. They define the Cell Internal Language Organization CILO.

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