My God there it is. Is that? Gotta be. Why are nerves so slow when electricity so fast? BECAUSE NERVES propagate SOUND WAVES not electricity. FINALLY. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/03/070307075703.htm

My God there it is. Is that? Gotta be. Why are nerves so slow when electricity so fast? BECAUSE NERVES propagate SOUND WAVES not electricity. FINALLY.
 
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/03/070307075703.htm
We’re made up of cells inside of cells inside of cells and we’re just a big cell too.
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Prokaryotes such as bacteria are extremely adept organ- isms. They have elaborate sensory systems, learn to navigate their environments, anticipate regular shifts in events about them, lay down surprisingly resilient memories, communicate with each other, display a primal form of altruistic behavior, detect and evaluate in a contextual manner diverse aspects of their environment including temperature gradients and nutrient levels, determine the valence of objects they encounter, and use this information to make adaptive decisions (see Reber, 2018; Chapter 4 for details). Biophysicist Jane Kondev was so taken with the range of behaviors of Escherichia coli that he expressed the opinion that they seemed to simply have “free will.”
Prokaryotes such as bacteria are extremely adept organ- isms. They have elaborate sensory systems, learn to navigate their environments, anticipate regular shifts in events about them, lay down surprisingly resilient memories, communicate with each other, display a primal form of altruistic behavior, detect and evaluate in a contextual manner diverse aspects of their environment including temperature gradients and nutrient levels, determine the valence of objects they encounter, and use this information to make adaptive decisions (see Reber, 2018; Chapter 4 for details). Biophysicist Jane Kondev was so taken with the range of behaviors of Escherichia coli that he expressed the opinion that they seemed to simply have “free will.”
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Oh the permeability isn’t important to me here. Just a 2 dimensional surface which can be squished and pressed to cause differential pressures within.

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