My bloodstream is an organ in my body
Modern high-resolution cameras can measure and photograph more of what is taking place in out complicated soup that we think of as our blood.The bloodstream is so complicated that no one can possibly know what is in it how it is managed. Each of our estimated hundred trillion cells have three to five million events taking place at any time. Each is a tiny factory that orders in spare parts and fuel; each expels unwanted material.
MY bloodstream remembers everything
Every vaccination you ever got is still in the bloodstream. The bloodstream acts like an organ of the body: much like a beehive or anthill, it responds as a unit. The animal bloodstream is like a soup of food nutrients, chemicals and oxygen. Spent oxygen and other waste products are there too. Somehow these are all sorted out and get to their own destinations