I. Triplet series; intervals outwards  inwards:
1.1 Triplet chains in nb8, transformed to nb10:
The triplets as 4 numbers in two series, outwards and inwards
(as 543345, 432234 etc., treated as nb8numbers, give in pairs
in nb10 sums 4 x 146, 3 x 146, 2 x 146, 1 x 146, the total
5 times 292 = 5' in the ESchain.
Intervals in nb10 "outwards  inwards" = 126, ½ x
252 ( 4').
Fig. 211:
982 = 2 x 491: 49110→7538 But
47810 →7368 .
Triplets read "inwards" approximate the 734group of ams
in middle of the ESchain, hypothetically representing an inward
direction in relation to the 770group as outward directed.
Cf. for 982 file 18, figure 183 and for directions file 14, para 3, figure 142.
Fig. 212: Number 982:
1.2 Codon bases read as nb8numbers give sums triplets in nb10:
Fig. 213:
2. Sums 1506  714 and intervals 792:
Fig. 214:
Fig. 215: Total sum of R for 24 ams, sum 1506 2 from 2 x 4 bases:
3. Number n x 273 from codon bases;, two other transformations:
273,
the mean value of 2 ams R+B unbound:
nb16 nb10
Cbase: 111 —> 273
The triplet chain with intervals 111: 543  432  321  210:
21010 → 5466 = 2 x 273.
From file 20: Number n x 111, the intervals in the triplet steps:
Fig. 216:
4. The triplet series and number 1875:
Pairs of the triplets = 753 transformed as a number in nb16
gives 1875 in nb10.
All 4 triplets separately transformed, see figure
below, give n x 273 as the differences.
Fig 217: Number
1875:
Intervals 1347  528 = 3 x 273 = 819, x 4 = 3276, total
R+B of 24 ams.
The sums (pair wise added) reminds of the second spectral line of hydrogen from Balmer
series, mentioned in Introduction: Formula 1/2^{2}  1/4^{2} = 0,1875. Cf. 210 and spectral line 0,21
(!).
1/22  1/32 = 1/4  1/9 = 0,138888, the 3rd spectral line
Two other operations give relations between sums and intervals:
^{10}log 1,875 ≈
0,273 00...
187,5^{2/3} x 100 = 3275,93 ≈ 3276, total of 24 ams R+B
[1/4 x ESchain numbers = 73  63  52  39,75  25 ,
mith exponent 3/2 = 623,7.  375.  500.  250,6.  125 : um ~1875 (1874,32.]
Note 63 x 52 = 3276, total sum of 24 ams R+B. Cf. "quarknumbers".
15/8 = 5x3x1 / 4 x 2 = 1,875.
24 ams R+B = 3272, close to 8 x 409.
48 codon bases (1st and 2nd) = 6141, clooe to 15 x 409 (6135)
Real quotient 1,874542.
II. An alternative numeral series
Another series, from G to Cbase:
Such a series, not treated above,
shows some interesting features:
151  141  131  121  111
First and last numbers = mass of G and Cbases. The DNAbases (+1 in Abase)
are shown in figure below: 272 = 2 x 136
(~ Hypoxanthine), 252 = 2 x 126 = Tbase:
Fig 218: An alternative series G  to C:
With last three numbers doubled the sum in nb10 = 2 x RNAbases
= 1018, in nb8 = 1772, the 24 unbound Bchains.
All these numbers transformed to nb8 give the triplet sums 975
(543 + 432)  2 and 531 (321 + 210), sum 1504, 24 ams R:
Fig. 219:
The 12groups 770 and 734 of ams are shown in the figure below.
Here it may be noted that we get the 734group in the middle of
the chain as in the ESseries, with 2 times 208 in that chain included,
corresponding to both 203groups here.
Fig 2110:
The ams groups 816 and 688 from /+ last number 157:
973  157 = 816 = U1 + C1
531 + 157 = 688 = G1 + A1.
Some other paired groups of ams R from this alternative series:
Fig. 2111:
Fig. 2112:
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