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Oxygen double helix images, in theory

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Alan Folmsbee

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Jan 11, 2023, 3:32:17 AM1/11/23
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Here is a link to the oxygen nuclear structure images
https://ferronuclear.blogspot.com/p/oxygen-double-helix.html
Maybe DNA has a double helix shape because oxygen has a
nuclear shape with a helical arrangement of protons.

Here is a link to my book on theoretical physics:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BMDMHVFX
It is called "Charge distributions on the nuclei"
535 page reference book for chemistry and physics.
Geometric reasoning is used. Conservation of energy is
not important for that research.
Alan Folmsbee

Phillip Helbig (undress to reply)

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Jan 11, 2023, 1:58:38 PM1/11/23
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In article <44964c76-809b-47f1...@googlegroups.com>,
Alan Folmsbee <omni...@gmail.com> writes:

> Here is a link to the oxygen nuclear structure images
> https://ferronuclear.blogspot.com/p/oxygen-double-helix.html
> Maybe DNA has a double helix shape because oxygen has a
> nuclear shape with a helical arrangement of protons.

I doubt it very much. First, DNA is much, much larger than an atom.
Second, there are many, many molecules which contain oxygen and almost
none are helical. In any case, the NUCLEAR structure of oxygen is
orders of magnitude smaller than the electron shells which are
responsible for chemistry.
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