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As a 3-dimensional object, the Tree of Life consists of 16 triangles with 10
vertices and 22 edges. The picture depicts it from above its apex, the broken lines indicating Paths
that lie behind other Paths. These three numbers have representation in terms of a square and the
integers 1, 2, 3 & 4. Such representations are examples of a 'Tetrad Principle' governing holistic
systems. This determines parameters of universal (and therefore scientific) significance as either
various numbers characterising or belonging to the fourth member of a class of mathematical object
(which may, itself, be a type of number) or as the sum of the first four members of a class of numbers.
The principle is demonstrated |

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