generating A-numbers of R-chains:
Starting with a conclusion: Original mass numbers in atoms are
expressed in the electron shells and steps between levels in these
The hypothesis here was that electron shells of atoms in molecules,
when these get activated or "excited", step by step are
raised towards the surface, towards higher levels (corresponding
to later steps in a dimension chain), with a simultaneous suppression
of inner, deeper shells,
towards the Z-level, →the
level of L-shell → the level
of the p-orbital in atoms as C, N, O, S.
24 ams, R+B-chains:
Number of atoms C+O+N+S = 224. (H = 244)
With only 1 electron of the deeper levels suppressed in each step,
from atoms C-N-O-S, we get the step by step reduction with 224 from
the Z-number, giving following result:
*(In 1st base grouping, +/-1 in 2nd base grouping.)
The presumed excitation in Z-numbers generates - reflects - reveals
the mass numbers doubled in different stages.
The L-shells in the atoms seem to be responsible for the R-chains
- In the 6th step, at number 416, the value of charge of the
C-atom is Zero.
- 416 is the difference between mass sums of the A+U-group
and the G+C-group,
R-chains, 960 - 544.
- Sum of "phases" 2 and 3 1536 + 1312 = 2848.
2848 = A-number for 24 ams R+B-chains in peptide binding
Interval 224 in each step = 4 x 56: 56 A = B-chain in peptide
1760 - 416 = 1344 = 24 B-chains in peptide binding.
Sum of all stages from 1536 to 416 = 24 x 244, the sum of H-atoms.
Compare the numbers of the "triplets" in point 1 from
the dimension chain:
543 x 2 = 1086 +2 = 1088
432 x 2 = 864 - 0 =
321 x 2 = 642 - 2 = 640
210 x 2 = 420 - 4 = 416