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4. Third Distortion

(a) Theoretical Meanings of Third Distortion

"Third Distortion" indicates tissue distortion that occurs at the peak of secondary distortion, and completely differs in mechanism from initial and secondary distortion. When a distorted tissue cannot bear the tensile strength of the secondary distortion, it causes an invisible hole at the peak of the secondary distortion. In this hole, a distorted tissue causes new tissue distortion. Just this new tissue distortion indicates "Third Distortion."

Importantly, third distortion has the ability of transforming the containing cells into new cells: tumor cells. An invisible hole occurs by cutting the connection in energy flow between the containing cells and those outside the invisible hole. In addition, third distortion occurs in the invisible hole. Because of this mechanism, cells in third distortion can freely change their biological character, and then transform themselves into new cells. Just the new cells indicate tumor cells.


third distortion

(b) How to control tumorigenesis?

(b1) Control of dividing a tumor between a benign and a malignant tumor

If so, how does third distortion divide a tumor between a benign and a malignant one? It is the depth of third distortion. Shallow third distortion carries the containing cells to a level within a normal cell level, so that it transform them into benign tumor cells. On the other hand, deep third distortion carries the containing cells to a level over a normal cell level, so that it transforms them into malignant tumor cells.



(b2) Control of dividing a tumor between a solid and a cystic tumor

Third distortion also plays a major role in dividing a tumor between a solid and a cystic tumor. When a tissue decreases the momentum and waits for a chance of increasing the momentum, it causes third distortion having the ability to cause a solid tumor. This is because cells in a solid tumor can each contain a large amount of momentum compared with the original cells. Thus, before a tissue causes a solid tumor, it can be considered to have reduced the momentum. In contrast, when a tissue increases the momentum and waits for a chance of decreasing the momentum, it causes third distortion having the ability to cause a cystic tumor. This is because a cystic tumor contains liquid water, the energy density of which is less than that of a cell. Thus, before a tissue causes a cystic tumor, it can be considered to have raised the momentum.

solid and cystic tumor

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