A Neutrophil Chasing a Bacterium:
A white blood cell called a neutrophil chases down a Staphylococcus aureus bacterium before consuming it. Neutrophils are highly motile phagocytic cells that constitute one of the main defenses of the innate immune system. The neutrophil detects a chemical trail emanating from the bacterium in a process called chemotaxis. After phagocytosis is complete, conditions within the vacuole are conducive to microbial killing and digestion by enzymes
Source: David Rogers
If you look closely you notice the bacterium seems to be fleeing while bacteria not threatened remain calm - input is not light but all participants seem to know what is going on - my ebook discusses the complexity (based on number of atoms and molecules in even a bacterium) and speculates. that “thinking” may exist in the microscopic world
This is really amazing. The way cells react so directly to minor chemical disturbances is similar to how complex algorithms can compute multi-dimensional outputs from multi-dimensional inputs. This lends credence to nanotechnology in the future to be able to construct cells running programmed execution codes.
I've been fighting a bad MRSA blood infection. I requested double antibiotics (another 2 weeks) to try and knock it out. To my AMAZEMENT they gave me two more weeks of it. I think it might have cured it.