The Single Cell Doctrine.

It will be appreciated that I do not subscribe to this erroneous concept called cell division. I posit that cell division is a misnomee and that we are understanding cell theory the wrong way. Instead I propose the single cell doctrine. The premise of the single cell doctrine is that there exists only one cell which is in constant motion so not to be itself, i.e., there is only one cell which veils itself as many seemingly plural or separate cells to be able to experience companionship itself. There is a such no such thing as cell division in the absolute sense but rather a continuous cell-veiling of sorts for the purpose of companionship. Abstract. Cell-division is a misnomer; there is only one cell and the purpose of cell-differentiation is companionship also known as love.
~ Wald Wassermann