A cell becomes “conscious” because its molecules and atoms respond to stimuli. If you put a sugar molecule in front of a cell, the cell will “respond” to the sugar molecule by moving to the sugar molecule and eating it. Then is the cell conscious? The answer is YES, because it can be “aware” of the sugar. How do I know the cell is aware or conscious of the sugar? Because the cell moves to the sugar molecule and eats it. Therefore the cell must be aware that the sugar molecule exists. By definition, the cell is “conscious” of sugar!
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Topics covered this week:
Are there cancer genes?
How would you describe consciousness?
Does an electron have consciousness?
Is a cell conscious?