THE NUMERIC CONNECTIONS OF THE GENETIC CODE©

Jean-Yves BOULAY

 

 

The hyper genetic code

 

 

1.     The 120 hyper codons

 

The genetic code is constituted by 64 codons but also by 120 “hyper codons”. For example, codon AAT is constituted by 2 DNA bases A + 1 DNA base T. So A1 + A2 + T1. It is so two possibilities to form this final codon AAT:  A1 + A2 + T1  and  A2 + A1 + T1 .

 

 

Two possibilities to form the codon A-A-T

First hyper codon

Second hyper codon

 

 

In the genetic code, they are three categories of codons:

- with 3 no identical DNA bases,

- with 2 identical DNA bases,

- with 3 identical DNA bases.

 

For codons with 3 no identical DNA bases, it is one only possibility to form the final codon according with the system of hyper codons previously described. For codons with 2 identical DNA bases, they are 2 possibilities and for codons with 3 identical DNA bases, they are 6 possibilities (for example codon AAA: A1 + A2 + A3   - A1 + A3 + A2   - A2 + A1 + A3   - A2 + A3 + A1   - A3 + A1 + A2   - A3 + A2 + A1  ).

 

In according with this special account, the total number of “hyper codons” is equal to 120. The number of hyper codons, 120, is equal to:

1 x 2 x 3 x 4 x 5

 

In study of the protons numbers of the 120 corresponding coded, appears numeric phenomena of multiples of the prime number 7 (and most smaller of 17).

 

In this following table, the values of the “hyper codons” are regrouped with the respective final codon. For example AAA 480: 480 is the value of  6 “hyper codons” (A1 A2 A3   +  A1 A3 A2   + etc.).

 

Account of the protons numbers of the 120 “hyper” coded in the genetic code table

8092 = 7 x 4 x 17 x 17

 

 

The total protons number of this account is multiple of the prime numbers 7 and 17.

 

The total protons numbers of the 2 first columns and the 2 last columns are multiple of the prime number 7.

The total protons numbers of the 2 first lines and the 2 last lines are multiple of the prime number 17.

 

 

Multiple of 7

Multiple of 17

548 x 7

608 x 7

240 x 17

236 x 17

 

 

 

Other configurations which are multiple of the prime number 7:

 

608 x 7

548 x 7

636 x 7

648 x 7

548 x 7

608 x 7

520 x 7

508 x 7

 

 

  1. The spirally configuration

 

In the last configuration, appears a sophisticated phenomenon of numerous multiples of the prime number 7 organised in spiral form.

 

In a double spirally configuration are organised progressive sets of prime number 7 multiples from 1 box to 16 boxes and from 1 box to 8 boxes in a secondary spiral:

 

Primary spiral

 

648 x 7(8 boxes)

(4 boxes)256 x 7

1156 x 7 (16 boxes)

 

 

(2 boxes)96 x 7

48 x 7(1 box)

108 x 7(1 box)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Secondary spiral

 

252 x 7(4 boxes)

(2 boxes)200 x 7

608 x 7(8 boxes)

 

 

48 x 7(1 box)

108 x 7(1 box)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spirals superposition

 

 

 

 

Detail of the primary spiral:

 

 

16 boxes

8 boxes

4 boxes

2 boxes

1 box

(1156 x 7)

648 x 7

256 x 7

96 x 7

48 x 7

1156 x 7

508 x 7

252 x 7

156 x 7

108 x 7

 

 

 

Detail of the secondary spiral:

 

8 boxes

4 boxes

2 boxes

1 box

1/2 box

(548 x 7)

252 x 7

200 x 7

48 x 7

36 x 7

608 x 7

356 x 7

156 x 7

108 x 7

72 x 7

 

 

3. Others configurations of 7 multiples

 

In the following configuration of 7 multiples appear numerous sub configurations which are systematically multiple of 7 in one near: 

 

Symmetric subtotals multiple of 7

548 x 7

608 x 7

608 x 7

548 x 7

Symmetric subtotals multiple of 7 in one near

(229 x 7) + 1

(289 x 7) + 1

(289 x 7) + 1

(229 x 7) + 1

(319 x 7) - 1

(319 x 7) - 1

(319 x 7) - 1

(319 x 7) - 1

(297 x 7) + 1

(269 x 7) + 1

(217 x 7) + 1

(245 x 7) + 1

(251 x 7) - 1

(339 x 7) - 1

(391 x 7) - 1

(303 x 7) - 1

 

 

 

Associations of configuration of 7 multiples in one near forming new symmetrical configurations which are multiple of 7:

 

 

600 x 7

556 x 7

496 x 7

660 x 7

 

 

600 x 7

556 x 7

660 x 7

496 x 7

(297 x 7) + 1

(217 x 7) + 1

(269 x 7) + 1

(245 x 7) + 1

(303 x 7) – 1

(339 x 7) – 1

(391 x 7) – 1

(251 x 7) – 1

 

 

 

564 x 7

584 x 7

568 x 7

540 x 7

(245 x 7) + 1

(245 x 7) + 1

(229 x 7) + 1

(289 x 7) + 1

(319 x 7) – 1

(319 x 7) – 1

(339 x 7) – 1

(251 x 7) – 1

 

592 x 7

620 x 7

588 x 7

616 x 7

(289 x 7) + 1

(229 x 7) + 1

(269 x 7) + 1

(297 x 7) + 1

(303 x 7) – 1

(391 x 7) – 1

(319 x 7) – 1

(319 x 7) – 1

 

 

 

Also:

 

520 x 7

636 x 7

636 x 7

520 x 7

(217 x 7) + 1

(245 x 7) + 1

(297 x 7) + 1

(269 x 7) + 1

(303 x 7) - 1

(391 x 7) - 1

(339 x 7) - 1

(251 x 7) - 1

 

 

 

 

 

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