"Is there an EQUATION of LIFE?"
”Are there any difference between the" bio-atoms "- atoms involved in the biology of life - such as carbon, nitrogen, hydrogen or oxygen and all other atoms from the periodic table of Mendeleëv, who do not contribute so essential to life, such as titanium, lead, cobalt or lanthanides?”
An analysis that is based only on their common denominator - their atomic weight - could perhaps be a valuable starting point for any researcher attempting to address this critical issue.
The law entitled the "equation of life" - because we could not baptize it with another title - which will now be presented should provide a response consistent with this big question…
Not only does this law will distinguish between CONHSP bio-atoms - the main building “blocks of life” - and the remaining population of all other atoms, but also by providing an uniform and regular numerical scale of integer numbers common to these 6 bio-atoms, to the UTCAG nucleotides of RNA and DNA, and to the 20 amino acids, then this law will allow the UNIFICATION of the 3 "languages" of biology that are DNA, RNA and amino acids.
Then this "common" numerical scale, this "Numerical CODE" will bring unknown new levels of organizations and structures, "meta-levels", kinds of "meta-codes" or "meta-languages" organizing at a large scale all biological structures, genes and whole genomes.
So, finally, I must also confess now that this famous discovered new law is based on two universal constants: the first well-known, "Pi", and the other, more controversial, and generally for discussion: "Phi the Golden ratio” …
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