Having nice teeth is one of the culture trends these days. Everyone wants to have a sparkling white smile; not many people have perfectly straight teeth. The explanation currently in science is it is a matter of heredity; if the parents have nice teeth than their children will have nice teeth. That may not always be true. I have seen cases where both parents have nice straight teeth and their children have misaligned teeth or gum lines that cover too much or too little of the teeth. The explanation is genes, something to do with one of the parents carrying a gene expression for bad or misaligned teeth and somehow them becoming dominant expression. Everyone wants nice teeth, few people have them.
Most animals do not suffer from the same ailment that humans do. They all roughly have the same teeth, same gum lines. Why do animals not have the same problems humans do? The answer may have to do with human consciousness and how vast it is. Animal simply follow their instincts while humans have free will or at least the illusion of it. It may also lie in how there is not much type of teeth to go around: the same type of teeth is fit for every member of the pack. More will be explained later on as to why animal do not suffer the same as humans.
What if the teeth process is not as chance based as imagined? What if factors having to do with human consciousness could play a pivotal role in how teeth arrangement turns out to be? A new theory that explains more details clearly is always better than one that does not explain things as clear as before. Perhaps in the future, humans could simply mutate a gene that determines how teeth are formed, have teeth fallout and grow a set of new teeth that are a perfect fit for the space available, fitting perfectly with the gum lines. That is merely science fiction with today’s technology and knowledge in medicine. There are veneers. However, they are not the real deal.
Teeth are a lot more complicated than simple genetic heredity. It may have to do with how the entire genetic codes match the other genetic codes which could be optimized to the performance of the mitochondria or simply how well does two elements fit together when one is crafted to the optimal performance of another element. Attempts will be made to keep the arguments as simple as possible; using real life examples rather than scientific jargon.
This book is the culmination of the desire to present observational evidence on teeth. Attempts will be made to provide explanations for the findings. Numerous previous attempts have been made to publish the set of concepts found within this book. However, they have been met with little success. It took the scientific community twenty years to accept Darwin’s theory of evolution; Darwin was a prominent scientist of his time. God knows how long it will take the scientific community to catch on given that this is an indie book published on the internet and it is not by a biologist. This book will be published for free on the World Wide Web to ensure a vast number of people will have access to it. By doing so, it will hopefully shorten the time it takes for the world to be acquainted with the ideas presented within.
Science has always fascinated me as a young boy. Making my own scientific discovery was only a matter of time. I made the discovery about to be presented when I was seventeen years old. It took roughly seven years to develop a roughly cohesive theory regarding the matter. Though an explanation from a single fundamental axiom has not yet been achieved; enough information is presented to allow the reader to formulate a new perspective regarding teeth and the relevant. Hopefully, the reader will find the sense of joy experienced by the author when discovering the mysterious workings of nature for the first time.
The road to writing this book has been a long and tedious one. The first draft was met with little success. Not only was it a disaster making no logical sense, it also had many arguments that were either not sound or simply flawed. It took another try to get it right enough. The problem was that I could not find the appropriate explanations to chain one argument to another. In other words, the attempt to write the subject via axiomatic logic was incredibly difficult. The second attempt will present the findings first, followed by a plausible explanation. Whether or not they are right is to be decided elsewhere.
At times I wish someone else in the world would have come up with the same idea as I had. That way, I would not have had to labour over this book to present an idea to the world; freeing my time to focus on more important things such as finding a job to support myself. It seems even to me that the method of thinking provided in this book is somewhat out of the ordinary for the biologist. However, I was educated as a mechatronic systems engineer. The same engineering mindset applied to organisms does yield some surprisingly different results.
This book is published on the internet because the theory is incomplete. Publishing on the internet allows easy updates. I will update this book as the entire theory reveals itself to me over time. The book does not provide information on matters regarding dental hygiene or how to perform dental surgery. The former can be found through various sources and the latter requires years of formal training. This book does, however, does provide a rough idea of how perfect smiles are formed. Unfortunately, with today’s knowledge in medicine, the teething process is not yet reversible.
Upon careful observation, it can be noted that teeth form is inherited maternally. It may not be obvious in people with parents having very similar teeth. Closer observation will show that teeth form is indeed inherited maternally. How this discovery came to be was purely from first principles. The cell is approximated as a net electrical charge having the charge determined by the mitochondria: the flux of ions. A possible explanation for this phenomenon – teeth inherited maternally – is that the mitochondria are forced to work at the maximum while teeth are erupting. The rate of work could be exactly the same as its predecessor. It could be electrostatic forces pushing the teeth into its shape since the boundaries of each tooth do not erode each other. Otherwise they would crush each other in the process.
If we are to accept that teeth and mitochondria are related, we can make some conclusions. Bigger teeth usually mean mitochondria that can supply more energy for a greater period of time; they are able to accumulate a greater electrostatic charge. It can be noted that people in endurance sports usually have big teeth while people in burst sports such as weight lifting usually have small teeth. The priority here in burst sports is to transfer a small amount of energy into large amounts of power in a very short interval thus they would have small teeth since smaller systems are more responsive while larger systems are more efficient. The argument is rather counterintuitive since smaller power sources such as an engine for a scooter is not suited for large amount of power. However, many of these small engines working together in a cell will provide the necessary power in quick succession to function.
Teeth are only inherited maternally if mitochondrial mutation does not appear. Should mutation occur, then the child will suffer from various ailments; teeth form will then not be inherited maternally. How the mutation occurs will not be discussed in this book. That is better left to an expert in the subject.
Upon careful observation, gum lines in a child are determined by the intentions of the parents. If the father has intentions more obvious than the mother, than the child will have more gum lines covering the teeth. If the mother has more obvious intentions than the father, the child will have receding gum line: having teeth show more. If the intentions match perfectly, than the child will have a perfect gum line ratio.
Intention is defined by how obvious an act is. Voice has an amplitude component or how high it is. Usually the greater the amplitude, the greater the intention – when someone is angry there voice and actions will be measurably more obvious and with greater intent than their original. The baseline state is the important state here as this is the state that the person will spend most their life in. A reasonable assumption to make is that mood can affect sperm production in a male as the sperm in storage will determine what kinds of genetic instructions are sent to the egg. The testes will be directly affected by the feedback process governed by the hypothalamus. The gonads are the most sensitive of organs in the human body a slight disturbance in mood leading to a slight change in hormone concentration in the blood stream could affect the testes. For females, it could all be set in stone since the egg is already stockpiled waiting to be released – the mood or the intent may not matter.
The neural system could dictate intentions with the length of neurons. The longer the neuron the greater the intention as the signal would travel through a long passage to reach its destination. The longer the teeth, thus the longer the neuron the longer delay time for the signal to reach its destination. Much like how a long hose must accumulate water first before spouting at the other end. The longer neuron could be due to the mitochondria is designed to work at a great peak power thus accumulating a greater charge; forcing the cells to divide further away from each other resulting in a longer neuron.
In terms of genetic instructions, the male genetic instruction set found in the sperm could determine how much energy is required at the peak. The female genetic instruction set found in the egg could already be premanufactured according to the optimal performance of the mitochondria it will pass on. Should the two matches in terms of peak power consumption, then the child will have a good gum line ratio.
Upon careful observation, should the overall output of the person exceed another person than teeth of the child resulting from the union of the two either will be misaligned or gaps will appear in between. Should the father be over whelming with his responses when compared to the mother, then the child will have gaps in between teeth. Should the mother be over whelming with her response when compared to the father, then the child will have misaligned teeth. If the overall output of the two individual are perfectly matched, then the child will have straight teeth.
Let’s say when the mother is talking to the father. She asks in long sentences with high overall intentions. The father naturally responds in short sentences with comparably less intention than the mother. The child of the two would then more likely have misaligned teeth with receding gumlines. The severity depends on how great of a mismatch has occurred. The opposite scenario is where the father is talking to the mother with long sentences with high overall intentions. The child of the two would then be more likely have space in between teeth with heavy gum lines.
This observable phenomenon could be due to how the neuron systems interact with each other via exchange of sensory information. During development, the mitochondria could be accumulating a large enough charge to be pushing the cells further apart horizontally to create a larger thicker neuron. The larger thicker neuron like hoses will carry a signal of varying strength. A long fire hose will correspond to a long thick neuron; carrying a signal of great strength and volume with a slight delay time. The overall response of the person would have obvious intentions and lasting long in duration with slight pauses in between. This response corresponds to someone with large long teeth, or mitochondria that can accumulate a large amount of charge for a long period of time and a greater charge value to push the teeth, thus the neuron in both forward and radial wise.
The chance of having teeth arranged in a specific way is a probability because the male produces sperm in rather large amounts, any sperm could fertilise the egg. The brain could affect sperm production in various ways as could environmental factors such as heat or stress. Sperm are stored before being transported off to the egg.
Teeth arrangement is like transferring a females teeth and placing them in jawline. The teeth aspect is simple, they are inherited maternally. The jawline, how much space is available for the teeth, is not. They are usually a mixture of both parents subjected to random statistical chance. Perhaps it is the average of two jawlines within standard deviations.
In order to feel the desire reproduce the urge to reproduce must dominate the mind. That can be achieved in humans when the neuron system resonates with sensory input. Like a specific frequency for a system of hoses where the hoses absorbs the maximum amount of energy from the input which could force the release of certain chemicals into the brain. This phenomenon may not necessarily be true in animals as some animals will have one male reproducing with multiple females or one male fertilizing the many eggs of a female such as fish. The bottom line for all these species is to have the male genetic code match in terms of energy consumption for the optimal genetic instructions premanufactured to the mitochondria. A perfect match will result in off springs with a system that can make the best use of the mitochondria or in humans a perfect smile.
For species where males must compete to win access to a myriad of females, the likely hood is that teeth shape is very similar thus the power house supplying the cell with energy is likely the very similar as well. There may be genetic variations. However, functionality wise, they may all be very similar. In a species where the teeth shape variation is low such as lions, it would be best for the species to pass on their genes by having the male that can outperform the other males or the male with the best system to pass on his genes as his genes is best suited to making the best out of the mitochondria, thus having offspring that are overall better suited to surviving in the wild.
Species with a high teeth shape variance ranging from large, small to medium will have to be more selective when choosing a mate. The chance to make an ideal genetic pair is rarer if the population is large. The resonance that occurs between neuron systems compelling two individuals to come together to mate may happen very rarely. This process may give the illusion that the species mates only with one right mate.
In humans, the teeth shape variation is high. The mitochondria variation should also be high. The best method to ensure healthy offspring is to make sure the genetics match each other. Marriage is often the best method to pass on one’s genes as it often requires two parents nurturing the offspring before they reach adulthood. How marriage works out to be is often another question. Some last till death while others end after two years.
All that is needed to form children with perfect teeth is matching intentions and matching overall output such as the vibe people give off or the extent of their speech. When this condition is met the two neuron system reaches a resonance which may cause a release of neurochemicals.
In eastern cultures where extrinsic motivation is the norm or simply we than I, people can at time marry for reasons other than love such as family, money or financial reasons. Happiness may not necessarily include a spontaneous infatuation. This practice may result in sacrificing one’s own happiness for the greater good which may result in children with teeth not arranged perfectly, as it is more likely to see East Asians with misaligned teeth.
In western cultures where intrinsic motivation is the norm, personal happiness is the top priority, although the definition of true happiness may come later on in life. It is more likely to see people with perfectly formed teeth in Western worlds than the Eastern part of the world.
In cultures where religion is the main motivator still remains a mystery.
In this book, a brief summary of teeth are formed, gum lines covering teeth and teeth arrangement are covered. How this teeth hereditary process affects reproduction is also covered. The information presented has some details missing as the picture is not a coherent whole. Enough information has been presented to allow the reader shift their perspectives regarding teeth, especially when it comes to teeth arrangement.
The simplest method to achieve a perfect match between intentions and overall output is to simply follow one’s natural instincts. Pick someone you have strong feelings for. Instincts should naturally kick in when one meets the right person.
Conducting experiments to verify the information presented can be difficult given that a human has free will; modulating voice and behaviour to match someone else’s, especially the male. What kind of genetic information is passed on in the sperm will then be subjected to observer bias. Human lives are precious; testing them is not a simple matter.
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