Two Center Strings

The short center string (see its black-and-white purine-pyrimidine substrates) and the long center string in Fig. 12a are mirror symmetrical relative to the central axis each. The base sequence of the short string and its projection into the coaxially positioned sequence of the long string are interconnected by the inversion symmetry. The coaxial symmetry shows itself in the unique geometric shape of the calligramme that had been made by the multiscale contraction. The shape and its coaxial symmetry decay in the life-size scale.

The purine-pyrimidine mirror symmetry of the short string is replaced by its semantic variant for a pair of the base triplets CCC and TCT flanked with the single Guanine bases G. Each of these triplets is a palindrome. The term "palindrome" is

Fig. 11 The calligramme of the cooperative symmetry and its interpretation as a special message (shCherbak, 1988, 1989b, 1989d). There is a pair of the 5' base strings in the calligramme. The strings are written by the bases that occupy the same positions in the contracted triplet series. The strings should be read horizontally, across the standard biological direction of reading 5' o 3'. (a) The molecular structure of DNA symbolizes a possible semantics of the short string. (a, b) Both 5' strings are ordered by the common set of symmetry operations. The common set incorporates three classical symmetries. These are the mirror symmetry (denoted by the central axes), translation symmetry (denoted by italicized letters and skew frames) and inversion of the Base o Complementary base or Pyrimidine base ^ Purine base type (denoted by color gradient whose black and white colors symbolize the pyrimidine and purine bases, respectively). (c) A part of genomic DNA and the TATA box consensus sequence that might be a possible semantics of the long string

Fig. 11 The calligramme of the cooperative symmetry and its interpretation as a special message (shCherbak, 1988, 1989b, 1989d). There is a pair of the 5' base strings in the calligramme. The strings are written by the bases that occupy the same positions in the contracted triplet series. The strings should be read horizontally, across the standard biological direction of reading 5' o 3'. (a) The molecular structure of DNA symbolizes a possible semantics of the short string. (a, b) Both 5' strings are ordered by the common set of symmetry operations. The common set incorporates three classical symmetries. These are the mirror symmetry (denoted by the central axes), translation symmetry (denoted by italicized letters and skew frames) and inversion of the Base o Complementary base or Pyrimidine base ^ Purine base type (denoted by color gradient whose black and white colors symbolize the pyrimidine and purine bases, respectively). (c) A part of genomic DNA and the TATA box consensus sequence that might be a possible semantics of the long string

Fig. 12 The calligramme of the cooperative symmetry and its interpretation as a special message (shCherbak, 1988, 1989c, 1989d). There is a pair of center base strings. The graphical denotations are the same as in Fig. 11. (a) Both center strings are ordered by the common set of symmetry operations. The common set incorporates two classical symmetries and a new semantic symmetry. These are the mirror symmetry, inversion of the Pyrimidine base ^ Purine base type, and the palindromic symmetry (designated by n). (b) The palindrome text of the long center string. Wide bordering shows crossing of synonymous triplets of the calligramme and palindrome text. (c) A new standard balance of the block-to-chain type revealed by the palindrome semantics. Another reading frame position "gt AGT AAA AAA TGA tg" duplicates the same side chain nucleon sum 222 as well as two triplet-palindromes CCC CTC together with one single G having 150 nucleons. (d) A part of genomic DNA and a possible meaning of the palindrome text. The genetic code in Figs 11 and 12 is represented by its E. octocarinatus version; the revealed regularities are true for this version

Fig. 12 The calligramme of the cooperative symmetry and its interpretation as a special message (shCherbak, 1988, 1989c, 1989d). There is a pair of center base strings. The graphical denotations are the same as in Fig. 11. (a) Both center strings are ordered by the common set of symmetry operations. The common set incorporates two classical symmetries and a new semantic symmetry. These are the mirror symmetry, inversion of the Pyrimidine base ^ Purine base type, and the palindromic symmetry (designated by n). (b) The palindrome text of the long center string. Wide bordering shows crossing of synonymous triplets of the calligramme and palindrome text. (c) A new standard balance of the block-to-chain type revealed by the palindrome semantics. Another reading frame position "gt AGT AAA AAA TGA tg" duplicates the same side chain nucleon sum 222 as well as two triplet-palindromes CCC CTC together with one single G having 150 nucleons. (d) A part of genomic DNA and a possible meaning of the palindrome text. The genetic code in Figs 11 and 12 is represented by its E. octocarinatus version; the revealed regularities are true for this version used in the literary sense as a line of characters, which are centrosymmetrical and whose semantics is invariant with respect to the directions of reading. One could interpret this symmetry-preserving palindromic feature as "An indicator of similar palindromic structure within the long string." The point is that both center strings have - similar to the 5' strings above - a common set of symmetry operations, and now the palindromic symmetry is among these operations.

As predicted, the palindrome of the long string is represented in the triplet reading frame starting with the single Guanine base G at the flank (Fig. 12b). The palindrome has remarkable semantics expressed by the syntactic signs Stop and Start. These signs are in semantically antisymmetrical positions with respect to the central homogeneous triplet AAA. The palindrome uses all syntactic signs of the E. octocarinatus code version: two termination signs Stop and one twice-repeated initiation sign Start. Note there is a semantical symmetry of two nonmaterial linguistic antonyms. Such symmetry could be made and perceived only by the mind.

There are three possible positions of the reading frame in the palindrome. The unique semantical symmetry is not the only reason why the current position gets the better of its two other ones. The current position is fixed as the preferable one also by semantically dependent symmetrical crossing of the upright triplet series in the calligramme body and their abstract images in the palindrome text. One of two reading directions associated with this crossing becomes a preferable one. Note the crossing of the Stop signs is made directly by the zero symbol. The written symbol of the zero maintains all the order throughout the calligramme. Recall that its direct use is the powerful indicator of artificiality. But it is even more striking that the semantically arranged palindrome text is written by the code symbols within the code itself. It is as if the genetic code had "known" before its own origin how to code for the Stop and Start signs (as well as all other coding) in order to do inside itself the palindrome. It could only be possible if the genetic code was projected preliminarily. The standard block-to-chain balance and its decimal syntax are represented this time through the palindrome semantics in Fig. 12c. Both intact representations - symmetrical crossing and nucleon balance - show that after a long journey through time the palindrome and other parts of the message was delivered safely inside the code and that we have read it the message correctly enough.

The long central string, if taking into account its highest organization, should carry the most important part of the message. Any given protein gene is always located between the Start and Stop signs as shown in Fig. 12d; and vice versa there are nontranscribed intergenic spacers always located between the Stop and Start signs of two neighboring genes. So, the palindrome text could possibly be interpreted as "A symbol of nontranscribed intergenic spacer" with its possible meaning as "A final address of the message body and some structural details of intergenic spacers—a special accentuation of a Guanine base and AAA sequence." One can notice on the boundary between the degeneracy III and II or I and II sets the consensus sequence GT-AG that begin and end eukaryotic nuclear introns.

Was this article helpful?

0 0

Post a comment