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Neptune is named for the Roman god of the sea, who is identified with the Greek deity Poseidon, a son of the Titan Cronus (the Roman god Saturn) and a brother of Zeus (the Roman god Jupiter). It is the second planet to have been found by means of a telescope. Its discovery in 1846 was a remarkable combination of the application of solid Newtonian physics and a belief in a numerological scheme that later proved to be scientifically unfounded. Neptune's orbit is almost perfectly circular as a result, its distance from the Sun varies comparatively little over its nearly 164-year period of revolution. Although the dwarf planet Pluto's mean distance from the Sun is greater than Neptune's, its orbit is so eccentric (elongated) that for about 20 years of each revolution Pluto is actually nearer the Sun than is Neptune.
First, the next level is seen already in protein sizes, which appear to be multiples of 120-150 amino acid units (Berman et al., 1994 Kolker et al., 2002). This size is a good match to the optimal DNA ring closure size, about 400 base pairs (Shore et al., 1981). This attractive numerology may well reflect original formation of modern genes and genomes by fusion of individual DNA circles (genome units) of this standard size (Trifonov, 1995, 2002). This would constitute the genome segmentation code. How this code is expressed in the sequence form is not yet specified, except for preferential appearance of methionines (former translation starts) at genome unit size distances (Kolker and Trifonov, 1995).
As Smith and Morowitz dryly note, 'It is quite clear from such numerology that the domain of possible organisms is enormously large if not infinite',13 especially when we recall that many proteins are substantially longer than 100 amino acids. The only way we can begin to envisage such a protein domain is in the abstract terms of a kind of hyperspace. Mathematically this will encompass all the measurements that together serve to define the totality of this 'protein space'. As Smith and Morowitz point out, with such an immense number of potential possibilities the number of proteins known to exist on Earth can only be an infinitesmally small fraction of this vast total. As they say, notwithstanding 'the immensity of the dimensionality of the descriptive hyperspace', the world we know and the evolutionary processes that define it have 'produced a very sparsely sampled hyperspace in the actual living world'.14
Johann Kepler had been born in the small town of Weil on the Rhine, where the river forms the border between modern Germany and Switzerland. He became a teacher at a Protestant grammar school at Graz in Steiermark, in the south of what is now Austria, and where in 1596, at the age of twenty-five, he published a great work The Cosmographical Mystery, a sober description of the Copernican system, mixed with large doses of religiously influenced numerology
Johannes Kepler was a late-sixteenth-century philosopher freak who walked the fine line between genius and delusion. He had a lifelong conviction that a secret, simple mathematical order lay hidden just beneath the confusing, chaotic surface of the universe. He found it hard to find steady work and, like many astronomers of his day, kept a day job as a court astrologer, casting fortunes for the rich and famous.f With a seamless blend of mysticism and science he pursued his search for the numerological and geometrical designs of creation. Kepler is a missing link between the two modern sources of belief in aliens. The man who worked out the mathematical laws of planetary motion was motivated largely by a desire to cast more accurate horoscopes. Today, two separate strains of believers about alien life coexist in our culture rationalist scientific followers of SETI (the Search for ExtraTerrestrial Intelligence) and mystical, New Age UFO believers. The roots of science and pseudoscience...
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