CHLOROPHYLL MATHEMATICS: 137 Atoms in the Molecule!
Photosynthesis allows plants to absorb energy from Light (aka Photon). Without Chlorophyll, life on Earth as we know it would cease to exist.
The molecular formula for Chlorophyll is C55H72MgN4O5 which astonishingly sums to 137 atoms (55+72+1+4+5 = 137).This number 137 and its reciprocal 1/137 is the Fine Structure Constant, revered by top physicists like Einstein and Feynman which determines how quickly an excited atom emits a Photon. This clearly shows that there is a hidden relationship between atoms of creation and Nature.
The chlorophyll molecule consists of a central magnesium atom surrounded by a nitrogen-containing structure called a porphyrin ring; attached to the ring is a long carbon–hydrogen side chain, known as a phytol chain.Chlorophyll is the major pigment used by plants for capturing light energy. A chlorophyll molecule consists of a porphyrin head (four pyrrole rings containing nitrogen arranged in a ring around a magnesium ion) and a long hydrocarbon tail.
Chlorophyll’s job in a plant is to absorb light—usually sunlight. The energy absorbed from light is transferred to two kinds of energy-storing molecules. Through photosynthesis, the plant uses the stored energy to convert carbon dioxide (absorbed from the air) and water into glucose, a type of sugar.
Of interest, Chlorophyll can be related to Human Blood: Most chlorophylls are classified as chlorins, which are reduced relatives of porphyrins (found in hemoglobin or blood). What this means, is that under a microscope, the mandala of the red human blood and green chlorophyll are identical except for their central atom.
Chlorophyll has Magnesium at its core, and Human Blood has Iron aka Fe or Hemoglobin aka Heme. What an incredible link we have to Plants. Jain 108The photosynthesis equation is as follows: 6CO2 + 6H20 + (energy) → C6H12O6 + 6O2 Carbon dioxide + water + energy from light produces glucose and oxygen.