The Genetic Code - 17 short files Mathematical patterns in assignment of codons to amino acids
6. Inversions of numbers
generating sums among amino acids

1. 3276, total sum of 24 ams, R+B chains, as a periodic number:

We get the sum 3276 as a periodic number from the inversions of numbers 555 and 55.

           1 / [555 x 55] = 3276 00 3276 00 3276 00..... x10x.

Also from 2 times the difference 1/55 - 1/555 in another 10-power as shown in the figure.

Note: Number Five in a set of 5, in some sense corresponding to a dimension chain divided 3 - 2 in quantity of fives - or ones.

      1/55   = 181818181818.... as period = H2O, the A-number of water

      1/555 = 180180180180.... as period = Glucose (fructose), A-number

Out of the difference - or product - we can derive the total A-number of the amino acids.
   All ams but His has their origin from stations in the break down of glucose-fructose in the glycolysis and the following citrate cycle. (His is said to derive from A-base which is constructed mostly by amino acids.

2. Fructose in P --- P-bonds at the start of the glycolysis = 180 - 2H = 178 A:

3. A-numbers for B-chains periodically (cf. The big triplet chain):

This relation implies a 10-power displacement one step:
   Could possibly the role of the G-base be to displace the amino acids towards nodes for condensation? Some more about B-chains here.

4. Inversions of numbers on the superposed level of a dimension chain:

5.  Numbers with their inverted triplets added (!) - on the other side of the unity number 1:
       As "resonances" in the field of opposite direction ?



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