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Jean-Yves Boulay

Jean-Yves Boulay
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Independent researcher
Author of papers about genetic code, number theory, quantum Physics and to demonstrate connections between that.

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Introduction
Self-taught, he did not follow particular scientific training but likes since always the general study of the Universe and the laws which govern it. This non-specialization in a particular domain gives him a very wide sight onto the various aspects of the current researches in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Cosmology. ORCID:0000-0001-5636-2375

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Publications (21)
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According to a new mathematical definition, whole numbers are divided into two sets, one of which is the merger of the sequence of prime numbers and numbers zero and one. Three other definitions, deduced from this first, subdivide the set of whole numbers into four classes of numbers with own and unique arithmetic properties. The geometric distribu...
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The graphic charting of atomic orbitals into the form of chevrons suggests the existence of stealth orbitals occupying the quantum vacant space of the various electronic shells. It is proposed here, the hypothesis that these quantum gates allow transit of electrons from orbital to another, and that these gates can be accesses to quantum singulariti...
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It is proposed here to represent the quantum distribution of atomic orbitals in an unprecedented table where the quantum shells and subshells are drawn in the form of chevrons whose vertices are occupied by orbitals with the magnetic quantum number m = 0. This new representation visually shows, much better than a classic linear chart, the relations...
Experiment Findings
The stealth orbital hypothesis also requires us to propose the existence of singularities where electrons temporarily transit. The latter term is actually not really appropriate since we suggest that in these singularities there is neither time nor space. We therefore call them "singularities without spacetime". These singularities are therefore a...
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It is proposed here to represent the quantum distribution of atomic orbitals in an unprecedented table where the quantum shells and subshells are drawn in the form of chevrons whose vertices are occupied by orbitals with the magnetic quantum number m = 0. This new representation visually shows, much better than a classic linear chart, the relations...
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From the viewpoint of filling the orbitals, the first ten chemical elements deserves special development. Thus, Figure 26, the chemical element of number 10, is the one which completely fills the first three quantum subshells. Top Figure 27 shows that in a ratio of 3/2 value, the first 5 chemical elements with even atomic number total to 12 full o...
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The 3/2 ratio appears in three studies from different fields. This universal operates in the initial organization of integers, in the order of the first appearance of the 10 digits in many mathematical constants and in the quantum structure of the 5 constituent elements of proteinogenic amino acids. Here is just an overview of these three studies o...
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In this paper, the author proposes a new hypothesis on the structure of proline. This hypothesis confirms the Shcherbak’s arithmetic and feature unusual arrangements in the counting of the various entities (nucleons, atoms, etc.) which make up the amino acids.
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The analysis of the quantum structure of the five chemical elements composing the coded twenty amino acids and the four coding nucleotides of DNA working in the organization of the genetic code reveals an opposition of their respective constituents in always an arithmetic ratio of value 3/2 according to the parity of the number of their quantum she...
Experiment Findings
Is it possible to say that a neutron would be this atom 0? Because electric charge = 0 and no quantum shell (no electron).
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Hypothesis: A single mathematical criterion makes it possible to split the set of whole numbers into 2 subsets, one of which includes 0 and 1. Method: Determine if any number admits or not admits any non-trivial divisor (whole number) being less than it. Results: Numbers 0 and 1 and any prime number not admit any non-trivial divisor (whole numbe...
Method
Determine if any number has a non-trivial divisor that is less than it.
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According to new mathematical definitions, the set (ℕ) of whole numbers is subdivided into four subsets (classes of numbers), one of which is the fusion of the sequence of prime numbers and numbers zero and one. This subset, at the first level of complexity, is called the set of ultimate numbers. Three other subsets, of progressive level of complex...
Experiment Findings
Development Below are listed, to illustration of definition, some of the first ultimate or non-ultimate numbers defined above, especially particular numbers zero (0) and one (1). - 0 is ultimate: although it admits an infinite number of divisors superior to it, since it is the first whole number, the number 0 does not admit any divisor being inferi...
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The number of protons contained in every amino acid and the configuration of DNA bases of their respective genetic coding are connected by numeric phenomena. These phenomena consist into effects of multiples of prime numbers including the totality of the relations enters the configuration of the genetic code (64 codons) and the values of the number...
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In constants π, 1/π and φ, the occurrence order of ten digits of the decimal system compared to the rank of appearance is organized into identical arithmetical arrangements.
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In genetic code table, the phenomenon of concentration of protons number multiple of 7 to the proline coding has a link with the number of coded contained in every box (first two identical bases.
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This study describes numerous phenomena of symmetry in the distribution of the amino acids in the genetic code table. These phenomena consist to arithmetical arrangements of sets of modules numbers or/and of protons numbers which are counted in each of the 20 amino acids used by the standard genetic code. The author has already presented numerous p...
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This paper demonstrates that the order of first appearance of the ten digits of the decimal system in the two most fundamental mathematical constants such as the number Pi and the Golden Number is not random but part of a arithmetical logic. This arithmetical logic is identical to Pi to its inverse and to the Golden Number. The same arithmetical ph...
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This article investigates the molecular modules system proposed by Professor Sergei Petoukhov. This study describes numerous phenomena of symmetry in the distribution of the amino acids in the genetic code table. These phenomena consist to arithmetical arrangements of sets of modules numbers, or/and protons numbers which are counted in each of the...

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Do you think the "New Whole Numbers Classification" exactly describes the organization of set N ?
Whole numbers are subdivided into these two categories:
- ultimates: an ultimate number not admits any non-trivial divisor (whole number) being less than it.
- non-ultimates: a non-ultimate number admits at least one non-trivial divisor (whole number) being less than it.
Non-ultimate numbers are subdivided into these two categories:
- raiseds: a raised number is a non-ultimate number, power of an ultimate number.
- composites: a composite number is a non-ultimate and not raised number admitting at least two different divisors.
Composite numbers are subdivided into these two categories:
- pure composites: a pure composite number is a non-ultimate and not raised number admitting no raised number as divisor.
- mixed composites: a mixed composite number is a non-ultimate and not raised number admitting at least a raised number as divisor.
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If we think we can observe that the same quantum particle can be simultaneously in different places, so maybe that made these places are only one: a track for a holographic theory of Universe?
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14 different quantum criteria oppose, in a duality of ratio 3/2, the five atoms constituting the twenty amino acids (and also constituting the four DNA bases with the Phosphorus in place of Sulphur). The fact that the genetic code is organized only with these five different atoms in this duality is therefore not random. The perfect complementarity of the quantum characteristics of Hydrogen and Sulphur (Phosphorus in DNA) is particularly remarkable. These last two atoms have indeed very different quantum characteristics (in contrast to Carbon, Nitrogen and Oxygen with common characteristics) which however complement each other perfectly to always oppose in a 3/2 ratio to three other atoms, constituents of amino acids (and DNA bases). For example, Sulphur has a maximum number of nine orbitals versus only one for Hydrogen. These two very different values nevertheless complement each other (10 orbitals) to oppose in a duality of ratio 3/2 to the three times five quantum orbitals of Carbon, Nitrogen and Oxygen (15 orbitals).
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Today, the set of whole numbers is scattered in four entities: prime numbers, non-prime numbers (composites), but also ambiguous numbers zero and one. This is not really good analysis!
The concept and definition of an ultimate number (but also those of ultimate divisor) allows the classification of the set of whole numbers into four classes of entities with properties that are simultaneously interactive, unique and of progressive degree (from the class of ultimates) of complexity. Also, any whole number can only belong to one of these four classes and, simultaneously, must belong to one of these four classes: ultimate, raised, composite or mixed numbers.

Projects

Projects (9)
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The graphic charting of atomic orbitals into the form of chevrons suggests the existence of stealth orbitals occupying the quantum vacant space of the various electronic shells. It is proposed here, the hypothesis that these quantum gates allow transit of electrons from orbital to another, and that these gates can be accesses to quantum singularities without space-time. Singular arithmetic arrangements in the distribution of real and stealthy orbitals of certain genetic code components reinforces the hypothesis to existence of these quantum gates.
Archived project
Propose a new graphic representation of quantum orbitals in the form of chevrons. This in order to facilitate the understanding of the quantum organization of the electron shells.
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In the scientific quantum literature, many tables already exist describing the quantum structure of matter. Very often, these tables are represented in the same general linear form to describe the distribution of orbitals and electrons on the different quantum shells of chemical elements. The quantum study of the genetic code (see paper "Genetic code, quantum physics and the 3/2 ratio") has was an opportunity to propose a new type of table describing the quantum organization of atoms. We will demonstrate here, after having compared it to a classical illustration, that this new concept of chart, using an innovative representation of quantum shells arranged in the form of chevrons is more explicit in the study of chemical elements and molecular chemical structures.