The Neutron Count and Ancient Reckoning Charles William Johnson Are the properties of the elements by design? Now, look at the numbers for the last natural element, 92Uranium: Do the obvious with the neutrons. Divide the number of neutrons in 92Uranium by the number of neutrons in some of the first representative elements: What do you see? Now, eliminate the multiples:
The number seven, of Nitrogen, is a very significant computing number. Consider its relationship to 90Thorium which has 142 neutrons.
No need to compute element 91Protactinium because it has 140 neutrons, a multiple of seven and needs no comment. Additional commentary on other numbers to follow. ©20062016 Copyrighted by Charles William Johnson. All rights reserved. email:johnson@earthmatrix.com 
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