bouman.chem.georgetown.edu/general/sol3.htmHemoglobin has 4 iron atoms per molecule and contains 0.340% Fe by mass. This means that if I calculate the mass of 4 iron atoms, that mass is only 0.340% of ...
The 4-H Club uses the ENGLISH alphabet ...... let look at some letters
Letter ----> A, B, C , D
Location--> 1, 2, 3, 4
Thus high school algebra class ..... could say
4-H Club of Wisconsin ...by substitution of number 4 symbol by equivalent 4th letter D ..we have
D-H CLUB --> the Double-Helix Club of Wisconsin
A previous expressor agent for DH = Double-Helix was known as
Double Helix Lawyer OR
D.H. Law OR
D.H. Lawrence author of the 1928 bio-computer INTERNET book " Lady Chat Rooms Lover"
and in modern times ....Nature has the PROBLEM
D.H. Club OF WISCONSIN and the electronic "Lad Chats on Cellular Phone" OR
4-H CLUB members and parents talking on molecular cell biology phones.
4-H Club members ....... with iron atoms number
4-Hemoglobin CLUB members get on an iron FARM tractor with
4-axles for rubber tires ...using the heavy IRON tractor weight to interface with the Earth magnetic field ....
putting inaccurate and biased false information INTO the magnetic field DATA stream of thought.
Thus we see Nature's iron LANGUAGE and its iron/magnetic communication data pipeline in use ...... as
CHINA, Asia .....April 26, 1989 ---> symbols 26, 19 --> and the EARTH geology message appears in year 2012 at Earth communication HIGHWAYS 26 and Highway 19 ....of Watertown, Wisconsin region ..with the data pipeline of Pipersville and Watertown.
Thus we see a vast communication network system ..... as originally suggested by Jules Verne.
www.lbl.gov/Science-Articles/Archive/Phys-earth-core.htmlMay 12, 2003 – Earth's inner core is solid iron, its outer core is liquid iron mixed with other components, and its mantle is dense rock.
Thus we see CLUES about the secrets of Wisconsin agriculture and outdoor organizations ..... since they refuse to help research these curious questions about IRON expressions and the FFA, 4-H Club and Boy Scouts.