DNA Summary

DNA & Amino Acids – The Game of Life Unpacked


                  KEY: H – Hydrogen   P – Proton   N – Neutron   C – Carbon   N – Nitrogen   O – Oxygen   S – Sulphur

Combined Analysis The Earth

This section of ‘The Numerical Universe’ builds on, and is supportive of, an existing body of work that examines the numerical analysis of DNA and the Human Genome. These are included in the Appendix to this section.
Here I present a completely fresh look at the Group of 20 Amino Acids that are present in every living thing.
This ‘fresh perspective’ was achieved by approaching the puzzle of DNA as a sort of ‘Game of Life’ and as if one was unpacking a game of Monopoly. As a child, I had to know how many pieces there were, how many houses, cards etc. and was most especially keen to find out exactly how much money came with the game.
These Amino Acids are constructed using a possible 4 Bases, any 3 of which will form a Codon. The 4 Bases are paired exclusively so that

Adenine (A) joins with Thymine (T)            Cytosine (C) joins with Guanine (G)    

Any 3 from 4 gives 4 x 4 x 4 = 64 Possibilities

dna chessboard

My mind turned immediately to the 64 Hexagrams of the I Ching, which I have long been a student of, and also to the ancient game of Chess, played out on an 8 x 8 square. In particular, I really was struck with an image of an 8×8 chess board with the codons distributed across it.
I wanted to find the smallest pieces and count them up. Each Amino Acid has a known chemical formula and we know that each element has a certain number of protons and neutrons which I reasonably considered to be the smallest pieces to the game.

dna chess aminos

Amino Acids have two parts to them, the so called Standard Block, common to all of them, and the Side Chain which is where all the ‘magic happens. I simply did an analysis of both the Standard Block and the Side Chain individually and then combined to see the numbers and relationships involved. The results were really quite surprising and revealing.
Observations include the Standard Block being controlled by 2 geometrically related Prime Numbers, the Side Chain revealing the music of the Bases and the Octave relationship between Hydrogen and Carbon as proposed by the great Walter Russell. 
As you will see, not a single Hydrogen atom, nor even a single proton or neutron can be omitted or displaced without the entire musical perfection of the structure being lost completely.
To say these numbers are random is akin to saying that Hamlet is the possible result of a monkey with a typewriter. With such a glaringly obvious numerical, geometric and musical structure, is it really likely that Life evolved stochastically from some primordial soup that was at one moment inanimate and the next animate?
These findings mean that it is infinitely more likely that the origin of Life is the result of the inherent canonical, numerical, geometric and musical template that pervades the created Universe and has done since the moment of its inception.

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