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*Zero to Infinity: The Foundations of Physics* is not just a book about Physics. In Chapter 19 **Peter Rowlands** and **Vanessa Hill **show the relationship between the Platonic Solids and the DNA code. Hill and Rowlands expanded on their work in a 2008 paper that extends the complementary properties of the nilpotent Heisenberg Lie Group.

For more Information see: http://www.naturescode.org.uk/files/Natures_Code2colour.pdf

The key idea is that "the Dirac nilpotent fermion plus vacuum structure, with its four fundamental components (space, time, mass and charge), the 64 elements of its algebra, the double helical structure, chirality, and 5-fold broken symmetry (E, p, m), corresponds closely to the structure of the DNA/RNA genetic code, with its four bases A(denine), G(uanine), C(ytosine) and T(hymine)), 64 triplet codons, double helical structure, chirality, and 5-fold axial symmetry. (pg 552)." Truly mind-boggling and incredible perceptions!

"The four bases of DNA; A, T, G and C can be placed upon the four vertices of a tetrahedron such that the tetrahedron can now be considered to contain, upon an information level, all the possible 64 (4³) triplets defined by single stranded (sense) DNA or mRNA (U replacing T). Double stranded DNA can now be represented by interlocking a second tetrahedron to produce a star tetrahedron such that both the sense and anti-sense strands are combined with the correct base pairing of A to T and G to C that occur within the double helix."

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The name of each of the 5 figures above is derived from the number of its planar faces which are respectively 4, 6, 8, 12, and 20 (**tetrahedron**, **octahedron**, **hexahedron**, **icosahedron**, and **dodecahedron)**.

A complete mathematical description of the Platonic solids was given by Euclid in the last book (Book XIII) of *Elements* written in 3300 B.C. Propositions 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17 describe the construction of the Platonic solids. Euclid argues in Proposition 18 that there are no further convex regular polyhedra. The chief goal of the *Elements* was to establish a purely deductive method for geometry.

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