Used abbreviations:
Ams = amino acids.
Rchains = the different side chains of ams.
Bchains = the similar part, which bind through condensation.
 Here it's calculated with 24 ams, the four double coded included,
where nothing else is mentioned. See table over ams here.
/\ , sign indicating inversion.
nbx = numberbase system, e.g. nb10, nb8 etc.
1. Two sets of the 4 bases give the mass sum of
coded amino acids in nb8:
a. The elementary number chain 5  4 3 2 1 0 with
exponent 2/3 x10^{2} called the ESseries:
544  159 =385, 208 + 159 =367.
*Numbers 292252...etc. below referred to as "5", "4"
etc. elementary figures within quotation marks.
Transformations of base numbers to nb8:
2. Division of the sum 1504 in 714  7922:
Mathematical operations performed in nb10.
Sum of 24 ams, Rchains = 1504 divided in numbers
792712,
related to the sums of triplets of a dimension chain through rewritings:
3. Mass numbers of bases read as in nb8, separately translated
to
nb10  and the triplets of a dimension chain:
4. Mass numbers (A) of the bases read as 6power numbers:
5. The bases bound with exponent 2/3 give numbers of the ESseries:
6. Middle figure in the Anumber of bases as a dimension chain
between "poles" 11 as in the last ddegree of motions
in the model:
Numbers 292  252 from the ESseries:
With 2 times 131 + 121 + 111 = + 363 = 655 + 363 = 1018 = 2 x 509,
the sum of 4 RNAbases. All these numbers transformed to nb8 give
the sum of the 24 ams divided 973  531 (as triplets of the oddfigure
chain 975 (2) —531.
Products between bases
7. Products between bases and (approximate) sums
of amino acids:
Number of bases in 1st and 2nd position times Anumbers of the pairs,
inverted:
8. Products of bases and number 3282  3282 as an approximation?
The triplet series 543432321210 expanded gives approximately
R+ Bchains of the 24 amino acids:
Sum of 24 ams, unbound, R+Bchains, = 3276: There
is a loss of one H in Bchains of 4 ams, Arg 1, 2, Lys, Pro. when
Arg and Lys have charged Ngroups in the Rchains.
Could there eventually be a stage where there is +2H in some Rchain,
giving the sum 1506? Cf. the triplet series of the dimension chain:
1776 = Bchains before reduction of 4 H in Bchains
of Arg1,2, Lys, Pro,
Difference between base products of base pairs:
9. Products of bases DNA divided with 4 π:
Difference 6399 / 4 π
= 509,2. 509 = A+U+G+C, the 4 RNAbases
Sum 34371 / 4 π = 2735,15. 2735 = 20
ams, R+B
Various other kinds of operations.
10. Four times the base number with displacements
in the 10power positions:
11. 24 RNAbases, as if equal use in the codons in one position:
12. Natural logarithm e:
13. Dimension chain numbers as n x 111numbers,
times π:
14. Number 32 and connection with the πnumber?
[Quotient 10^{5} / 2^{5} = 3125
→ log 3125 = 3,49. Inverted ( /\)
= 286,1. x 10^{x}.
Cf. the hypothesis in the model that 10 could be the logbase
as sum of poles in ddegree 4 and 2 the logbase in polarizing
direction as sum of poles in ddegree 0/00.]
15. How to show that sum of the 4 bases ≈
3132:
16. Number 63:
 Sum of 5 bases bound = 630 = 1/2 x 1260,
 (6,3 x 4)^{2}= 635,04. 635 the sum of 5 bases.
 Mean value of a base = 126 A = Anumber of the Tbase unbound.
 Mean value for a side chain of ams ≈
½ x 126 = 63 (62,75),
counted on 20 + 4 doublecoded ams.
 1260  2 = Anumber for side chains (R) of 20 ams.
 63 = the difference A+G <—>
U+C = 286  223.
 63 = PO2 group, connecting the nucleosides
in DNA/RNA.
17. Bases divided with number steps,
read in the oddfigure chain 97531:
18. The 5 bases according to their mass: GATUC divided with
the elementary number chain 54321:
*A+G = 286, T+U+C = 349: 286 /349≈0,819.
819 = 273 x 3 = 1/4 x 3276, sum of 24 ams R+B
19. A more odd operation:
First figure in the Anumber of the bases regarded as detached
from the last figure:
Nucleotides — and
mirrored numbers
20. Triplet of nucleotides in RNA with mean value 320  321
= ¨960  961:
Cf. sum of triplets in the elementary chain: 432+321+210 = 963.
960 = A+Ucoded ams R.
21. The 4 bases bound = 505 give the sum of their nucleotides
through nbtransformation:
22. Nucleotides with Pgroups charged 1:
With uncharged nucleotides 1260 A: 20 ams R = 1258
≈ the middle value.
23. Mirrored number relations?
a. Mass sum of RNAnucleotides read backwards as in
a mirror relation to DNA:
b. Mirrored numbers for separate nucleotides RNA:
543, the first triplet number in the elementary dimension
chain.
543 also the sum of the 4 bases when +2H for each doublebond in
the rings are included but this concerns the 4 DNAbases.
24. Amino acid sums, R and B chains added with
displaced DNAnucleotides:
25. The four DNA and RNAnucleotides 12311281:
The sums derived from an angled reading of acidic and basic amino
acids
(R+Bnumbers), His included in both groups:
Miscellaneous other operations
26. The sums of 2 purine and 3 pyrimidine bases,
286 and 349;
a. Numbers for dimension steps "inwards" with sum of
poles of next higher degree added, for instance step 4 ← 3
= number 34, + poles 0 and 00 worth 5 = + 10, read as 350:
b.
27. Division of 20 ams in accordance to their weight in three
groups gives sums which 1 corresponds to grouped bases.
28. Numbers from 2figurereading and additions
in the "2figurechain":
Example: 59 + 94 + 47 + 73 + 35 = 308 etc.
308: Mean value of a DNAnucleotide = 307,75. (charged)
261: Base pair A+T.
127: Mean value of 5 bases unbound = 635/5 = 127
29. Mass number of the Gbase 151 from inverted
triplets:
30. Mass number of Cbase 111:
31. Rolled numbers:
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