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The AVOGADRO'S number sports ERROR signal

RD-blog-number-3093 by Herb Zinser

Humans are composed of atoms and molecules.  How could atoms express their thoughts and  ideas VIA this atomic, bio-physics  humanoid  MESSAGE DISPLAY vehicle?

Let's look at a sub-conscious expression of  AVOGADRO'S  number  VIA  the body language of sports players.


Avogadro's Number -- from Eric Weisstein's World of Physics ? ... ? Particle Physics ? Particle Properties

The number of atoms needed such that the number of grams of a substance equals the atomic mass of the substance,. AnAvogadro's number of substance is .


In chemistry and physics, the Avogadro constant (symbols: L,NA) is defined as the number of constituent particles (usuallyatoms or molecules) in one mole of a given substance. It has dimensions of reciprocal mol and its value is equal to6.02214129(27)×1023 mol−1.[1][2][3] Changes in the SI units are proposed that will change the constant to exactly6.02214X×1023 when it is expressed in the unit mol−1 (seeNew SI definitions, in which an "X" at the end of a number means one or more final digits yet to be agreed upon).

Th express the message, Nature's intellect  needed the 23 chromosome pairs and the chromosome AVOGADRO component 23  in humanoid format   .... as a component of the DISPLAY equation.

Thus we have the numeric LINK of number 23 between these 2 levels of expression: atomic level (Avogadro bio-math  exponent 23)  and biology (23 chromosomes).

Thus we see the result of this message process expression of Nature ....

High five - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

For other uses, see High five (disambiguation) and Give me five (disambiguation). ... The gesture probably originated in American professional sports...

high-five - definition of high-five by the Free Online Dictionary ...

A gesture of greeting, elation, or victory in which one person slaps an upraised palm against that of another person. high -five v. high-five Slang. n. a gesture of ...





630 × 517 - It is no surprise that the high five started in sportsbecause it is the 

High-five | Define High-five at

High-five definition, a gesture of greeting, good-fellowship, or triumph in which one person slaps the upraised palm of the hand against that of another.





612 × 345 - David Freese gets a high fivefrom Daniel Descalso after his two-run home...

What does "give me a high -five " mean? when and why do people ... ? ... ? Education & Reference ? Words & Wordplay
4 answers - Mar 8, 2008

What does "give me a high -five " mean? when and why do people use it? 

Above we see male  sports players ...  average   height  approximately   6 feet tall --> giving us number 6

We see a pair of chromosome human  with chromsome number 23 in their fingers.

Using  bi0-math expression technology ...the PAIR of males  each uses 1 arm with    5 fingers   --> giving 10  fingers involved in the signal.

These 10 fingers contain 23 chromosomes ..... thus rasing the fingers into the air ..... raises  the 23 chromosomes into the math power position ......the bio-math  message ...the 23 is now in  exponent position.

In addition,  base ball players  ....... suggest that the 10 fingers are the base  for the chromosomes raised to the power of 23 position. 

These science signals are broadcast via televsion  or distributed via  newspaper sports page pictures.

International Avogadro Coordination

One of the master opticians at the Australian Centre for Precision Optics (ACPO) holding a one-kilogram single-crystal silicon sphere for the International Avogadro Coordination.


The International Avogadro Coordination (IAC), often simply called the "Avogadro project", is a collaboration begun in the early 1990s between various national metrology institutes to measure the Avogadro constant by the X-ray crystal density method to a relative uncertainty of 2×10−8 or less.





Avogadro's number, N A , is the fundamental physical constant that links the macroscopic physical world of objects that we can see and feel with the submicroscopic, invisible world of atoms. In theory, N A specifies the exact number of atoms in a palm-sized specimen of a physical element such as carbon or silicon.

The name honors the Italian mathematical physicist Amedeo Avogadro (1776-1856), who proposed that equal volumes of all gases at the same temperature and pressure contain the same number of molecules. Long after Avogadro's death, the concept of the mole was introduced, and it was experimentally observed that one mole (the molecular weight in grams) of any substance contains the same number of molecules. This number is Avogadro's number, although he knew nothing of moles or the eponymous number itself.

Today, Avogadro's number is formally defined to be the number of carbon-12 atoms in 12 grams of unbound carbon-12 in its rest-energy electronic state. The current state of the art estimates the value of N A , not based on experiments using carbon-12, but by using x-ray diffraction in crystal silicon lattices in the shape of a sphere or by a watt-balance method. According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the current accepted value for N A is:

A = (6.0221415 ± 0.0000010) × 1023

This definition of N A and the current experiments to estimate it, however, both rely on the precise definition of agram


Mole (unit) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The number of molecules in a mole (known as Avogadro's number) is defined such that the mass of one mole of a substance, expressed in grams, is exactly ...


Molecules and Moles - Chemistry - ? ... ? Atom & Molecule Structure

Molecules and Moles. Learn about Molecules. Moles andAvogadro's Number



Molecules and Moles

Molecules and Moles

Molecules and Moles

Molecules and Molestation

This definition of N A  (= North America)  and the current experiments to estimate it

Molecules and Moles

Molecules and Molestation




Thus we see modern Avogadro mystery messages.

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