RD-blog-number-4346 by Herb Zinser reviews the month of February, the 14th day of February which is Valentines Day, 4 DNA nucleotides with nitrogenous bases, and Leap year which happens every 4 years when February has 29 days.
The inspiration comes from Sherlock Holmes.
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Number 4 suggests to concepts –> DNA and Leap year
56 suggests IRON-56 ferrous oxide atom ..symbol Fe –> suggests February
Introduction to DNA Structure www.blc.arizona.edu/…/dna…/dna_tutorial.html University of Arizona
There are four different types of nucleotides found in DNA, differing only in the nitrogenous base. The four nucleotides are given one letter abbreviations as … DNA – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
The four bases found in DNA are
adenine (abbreviated A),
guanine (G) and
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Typical biochemists study chemical processes and chemical social science transformations in living organisms ….. such as physical biology EARTH LAB specimens (their wife or girlfriend) , communities and society. and the living languages (SYMBOL MACHINE organisms with symbol life), other …
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Below, the nitrogenous bases celebrate February 14 … their molecular relationship to the nitrogen 14 atom of the periodic atomic table elements of life and thought.
Let’s look at another blog post that provides more pieces to the puzzle.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s LEAP YEAR novels involving 4 DNA nucleotides