As pertaining to Quantum Perspective Model, this paper attempts to express the number of Fine Structure Constant numbers with chemical nucleotide bases (A T, G, C and U) especially between the atomic weight of electron and Planck’s numbers and the velocity of light numbers of the electromagnetic field, by the Formula (4πε0hcα = e2). Its numerical value is approximately 0.0072973525693 ≅ 1/137.035999084, the recommended value of α is; α = e2/4πε0hc. At first, the equation of Quantum Field Theory’s law is converted to genetic codes. (Because, frequency of first significant digit of physical constants plotted against Benford’s law is very nearly closed). Secondly, the variables of fine structure constant are squared twice (The fourth power is taken). Thirdly, this formula’s numbers are converted to binary number base system (2). Fourthly, the outcomes of these numbers are converted to binary base system to decimal number base system (10). (Just like as seen in DNA 5’ to 3’ translation REVERSE direction and RNA 3’ to 5’ forward direction). Fifthly, the outcomes of these numbers are summed one by one. Sixthly, the consequence of this addition processes corresponds to nucleotide bases [Adenine (A), Thymine (T), Guanine (G), Cytosine (C) and Uracil (U)]. Seventhly, as pertaining to fine structure constant; the square number of fine structure constant equals to “CTUU” and the square number of electric constant equals to “GTU”. Ninthly, furthermore, the conclusion of this genetic sequence “UTAUTAUGTUAACCATAUUTU” also is corrected by NCBI Blast Results. So, this “affirmation of this variable” can be regarded as both numeric values of this formulas and the expression of this variables, too. As a result, this article revealed ...

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