« on: 23/05/2018 12:16:02 »
The post above, beginning "All cells of the human body have the same DNA. However, there are many different types of differentiated cells." is absolute gibberish and should be disregarded.
Sorry to sound harsh, but what you have written there is utter nonsense. Please don't do this on a science forum.
You are correct.
Almost all cells have the same DNA, but there are a few exceptions.
Mature red blood cells which contain no DNA
The sperm and the egg that have half the amount of DNA
B cells in which some of the DNA has been rearranged to make antibodies.
These are all cells that are not permanently fixed in position, and therefore they are not always under direct nerve control. Their change in the DNA are examples of why loss of local nerve control is more than likely responsible for many types of cancer.
Red blood cells, sperm and egg cells and B cells have healthy nervous defined secondary environments so configurational changes; equilibrium, is still part of the body's program. A fixed cell; lung, without a healthy nerve ending for control, is a non equilibrium environment with respect to the body's bigger picture. It will form a new configurational equilibrium that may cause it to go renegade.