8. 3276  1504  544  960...
Some other derivations of masses for codon groups

1. A chain 2x^{2}, (x = 51) : 50
 32  18  8  2, x lg 2:
Compare with the triplet series.
Abbreviated numbers:

2. Dimension steps as products of the type Force x Distance:
(Sum of squares: 20^{2}
+ 12^{2} + 6^{2} + 2^{2}
= 584, = 2 x the number 292,
cf. the "Exponent
series".)
The series 20  12  6  2, a) squared, b) times 2:
400 — 144 — 36 — 4: Sum 584
544
x 2: 800 —/ \— 288 — 72 —
8
512
from 4 x 4 Cf. 16 times first
3 numbers of the 2x2
chain.

3. 1504 as product sums from 2figure reading in "twolevel
chain":
C1 + A1coded ams = 850 (U2
+ G2coded = 848) Rchains
U1 + G1coded ams = 654 (C2
+ A2coded = 656) "
(Cf. on
menu Biochemistry "Numbers: DNARNA", point 1:
In a corresponding
way one gets the mass sums for DNA and RNAbases.)
Footnote:
Compare the square with numbers 19 placed to give the sum 15
in each row vertically, horizontally and diagonally:
 Diagonals rightwards = 654 / 852.
 Middle vertical row = 753,
½ x 24 ams Rchains +1.
 Middle horizontal row = 159 = ams with pure GCcodon,
R: GG+GC+CG+CC.
Cf. also Uranium,
NZnumbers from such a square.

4. 2^{x}series and the number for the
total sum, 3276:

5. One suspect hypothesis in background papers:
The sum of outer poles in ddegree 4 = 10,
eventually appearing as log base in outward direction, the sum
of poles in ddegree 0/00 = 2 appearing as logbase in inward
direction: 2 the principle number for divisions, polarizations.
Sum of a dimension chain: 5+4+3+2+1 = 15:
2^{15} = 32^{3}
= 3276,8 x 10

6. 544 as sum of 1st, 2nd and 3rd derivative of 4 with exponent
4:
y = 4^{4} = 256
y' = 4 x 4^{3} = 256
y"= 12 x 4^{2} = 192
y'" = 24 x 4^{1} = 96.... Sum 544

© Åsa Wohlin:
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Texts are mostly extractions from a booklet series, made publicly available
in year 2000.

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