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Messages from Michael L. Morton

DNA & the Alphabet


Date: Mon, 8 Nov 1999 08:44:44 EST
From: Milamo@aol.com
Subject: [M-I] More re: DNA "un-zip" angle ...

From: Milamo@aol.com

In my last post on this subject, I showed how the number 19 .... the "S" position in the English alphabet ... is related to Phi, via the SINE of the Hoagland Tetrahedral Latitude (from the equator) ...

as in .... 19 X SIN 19.47122601 = 6.333333333 .... where Phi = [(Square Root of 5) + (7.333333333 - 6.333333333)] / 2....

And where 7.333333333 arc-degrees is the DNA "un-zip" angle.

Now .... what if we divide 7.333333333 by SIN 19.47122061 ?

(7.333333333 / 0.333333333) = 22.

There's the number "22" ... the number of original letters in the Hebrew alphabet. And number 22 is the "V" position in the English alphabet. Add 19 + 22 .... we get 41.

Now .... look at the "order" ... graphically .... of ... "DNA" ... we have ... 4 .. 14 .. 1 ..

Or ... graphically .... "4141".

DNA is composed of a double-helix. If one helix is .. "41" ... then a double-helix is ... "4141".

"S" .... the 19th letter (English alphabet) .... the coil shape of the helix ... and the SINE-wave shape if we rotate the "S" by 90 degrees. SINE of what ?

SINE of the Tetrahedral Latitude .... SIN 19.47122061 .... 0.333333333.

Add the 19 to the 22 .... the 22 letters in the original Hebrew alphabet ... or the 22nd letter of the English alphabet ... "V".

The letter "V" shows an "angle" ... a symbol for "an angle". This could refer to the importance of GEOMETRY ITSELF in terms of understanding DNA and related matters.

Adding the 19 and the 22 .. gives us "41". Let it represent one helix of the double helix of DNA itself. The numbers and letters speak.

- Michael L. Morton