How is the sense of touch formed?

Excerpt from Mr. Adnan Oktar's Live Conversation on A9TV dated February 15th, 2017

ADNAN OKTAR: How does the sense of touch occur?

OKTAR BABUNA: Scientists explain the sense of touch as such; "Atoms have electrons. These electrons repulse each other." Normally, these electrons never actually touch each other.


OKTAR BABUNA: Our skins have receptors; when electrons repulse one another, these receptors undergo a deformation. In other words, when they bend and warp, they produce electrical signals. There are various types of receptors. Some are sensitive to vibrations, and some to heat.

ADNAN OKTAR: They are found at hands and every other part of the body.

OKTAR BABUNA: Yes, at hands and every other part of the body.

ADNAN OKTAR: Take it from the beginning.

OKTAR BABUNA: Atoms, that is electrons repulse one another.

ADNAN OKTAR: Alright, they repulse one another.

OKTAR BABUNA: When they do so, there are receptors on the skin that bend and warp, that undergo physical changes.

ADNAN OKTAR: In accordance with the level of repulsion.

OKTAR BABUNA: Yes. When these changes occur, they produce electrical signals; the underlying principle here is the same as the nerves. Sodium is pumped in while potassium is pumped out. This reaction hops from one nerve to the other until it reaches the brain.

ADNAN OKTAR: How does it hop?

OKTAR BABUNA: There are nerve cables with joints lying in between them. God covered nerves cables to allow signals to travel fast, but there are gaps between these cables. The electrical signals hop along the cables from gap to gap. Thus, it travels at very high speeds. Otherwise, it would travel way slower.

ADNAN OKTAR: So there are gaps in between right?

OKTAR BABUNA: Yes, these are called nods.

ADNAN OKTAR: So what is the mechanism underlying these hops?

OKTAR BABUNA: It is due to the fact that nerves are covered with cables and there are gaps between them.

ADNAN OKTAR: So what happens in these gaps?

OKTAR BABUNA: Only electrical signals can occur in those gaps. Since this part is cable covered, electrical signals cannot occur there. Thus, the signal can only hop along these gaps.

ADNAN OKTAR: Does potassium-sodium transfer occur in those gaps as well?

OKTAR BABUNA: Yes, it does. Sodium is pumped in, electrically charging the cell, and then this electrical signal hops to the upper nodule, the upper gap.

ADNAN OKTAR: Hard, soft, hot, cold.

OKTAR BABUNA: Hot, corner, edge.

ADNAN OKTAR: The cell can recognize all of them. And it transfers this information to the brain.

OKTAR BABUNA: Yes, transfers it to the brain.

ADNAN OKTAR: Complex electrical signals come from both hands and the entire body in the form of electrical currents. From the feet as well.

OKTAR BABUNA: Yes, from all parts of the body.

ADNAN OKTAR: And the brain perceives all this information individually. It senses the pain in one of the feet separately; it senses the hard surfaces, the cold sensation in one hand and the hot sensation in the other.

OKTAR BABUNA: Yes it does.

ADNAN OKTAR:  It can sense whether something held by one hand is sharp.

OKTAR BABUNA: It senses the vibrations.

ADNAN OKTAR: All these information comes to the brain as a bundle. And all information regarding every part of the body is processed individually in this center. And ultimately, someone perceives this without actually touching, without the sense of touch.

OKTAR BABUNA: Yes, they perceive.

ADNAN OKTAR: That someone perceives this without actually touching anything. It baffles me to no end how people can become negligent even though they know all these. It is troubling. Look, Almighty God says; those who deny are cruel, ignorant and ungrateful." It is beyond comprehension.


2017-04-26 22:59:58

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