1. Importnat different ponts between a normal and a cancer cell
The models in the figure left and right above indicate the theoretical model of a cancer cell and that of a normal cell respectively. Why? Theoretical analysis of "Anchorage Dependence" has allowed me to indicate the following two points. First, a cancer cell belongs to a level next higher than that of a normal cell. Second, whereas a normal cell contains a dimensional movement: either of one or two-dimensional movement, a cancer cell contains two kinds of dimensional movements: a three-dimensional movement and either of one or two-dimensional movement. (These characteristics of cells indeed resemble those of atoms.) These two points enabled me to illustrate the figures above.
2. Anchorage dependence
This conclusion can be led from theoretical analysis of anchorage dependence. Whereas a normal cell shows anchorage dependence, a cancer cell does not show it. "Anchorage dependence" means that a cell attaching to a solid plate starts dividing itself. In addition, a cell attaching to a solid plate obtains a polarity, which makes a cell fix the internal movement and allows the cell to obtain three-dimensional stability. For the reason, it can be indicated that a normal cell contains movement not having three-dimensional stability, so it requires anchorage dependence at the cell division. On the other hand, a cancer cell, from the birth, contains movement having three-dimensional stability, so that it does not need anchorage dependence at the cell division.
Furthermore, three-dimensional stability is directly related to three-dimensional movement. A movement having three-dimensional stability is only three-dimensional movement. Thus, it can be indicated that whereas a normal cell contains movement controlled by either of one or two-dimensional movement, a cancer cell contains movement controlled by two kinds of dimensional movements: a three-dimensional movement and either of one or two-dimensional movement. (If you hope to know the details, please read "Dimensional Gauge Theory.")
3. Is a cancer cell bad cell?
Importantly, this indication also teaches us that a cancer cell is not a bad cell but works as one of the normal cells. Although almost all medical researchers regard a cancer cell as a bad cell and examine the function, they should, before examining cancer, check whether a cancer cell is a bad cell or one of the normal cells. Modern medical science points out that although almost all experimental results of cancer satisfy the sufficient condition of cancer, they do not satisfy the necessary condition. Why? This may be because most medical researchers think not only that a cancer cell is a bad cell, but also that a cancer cell is quite unnecessary for a human body. If you regard a cancer cell as an unnecessary cell from the beginning, can you find out the sufficient condition of cancer? Clearly, this reveals that it is just our minds to prevent us from finding out the fundamental cause of carcinogenesis.
4. Cellular framework
The difference in cellular framework between a normal and a cancer cell can be considered to depend upon the difference in dimensional movement contained in a cell. Any cell works as a system containing its own movement, and it is strongly controlled by the structure. These reasons led me to indicate that medical researchers should check cellular framework by paying attention to the internal movement of a cell.
1. A cancer cell, different from a normal cell, contains movement having three-dimensional stability.
2. Regarding a cancer cell as a bad cell prevents us from finding out the fundamantal cause of carcinogenesis.
3. In a cell, the internal movement is directly related to the structure, and changes according to the structure.