Generalized Benford`s Law says....digit 1 is the most frequent among 1-9. Law of All Digits says 0 is the most frequent, making the order of all digits complete.
Levels of magnification
1. Macroscopic level: Matter
2. Molecular level
3. Atomic level: Protons, neutrons, and electrons
4. Subatomic level: Electron
5. Subatomic level: Quarks
6. String level
If this is true, the systematic in births predict a solution for a central problem in string theory - how do strings vibrate?
The predicted answere will be that strings vibrate as 1 in relation to 2, 2 in relation to 3 and so on, probably beyond 9 to 10 and to infinity. This also gives a solution to the Hierarchy problem.
In other words, there will be a connection all along the way from big scale daily use of numbers to the smallest scale of vibrating strings.
Order of magnitude causes Benford`s Law
Red numbers correspond to known particles according to the Standard Model with the Hierarchy problem.
Karikaturer, Terje Dønvold, 2014
Shake 2: An explanation for Shake 1 might be found in particle physics string theory.
The book Karikaturer by Terje Dønvold, 2014, uses the sub-group of quadratic numbers in the circle group as quarks (given by the reduced number of the Cabbibo-angel), bosons as trigonal numbers (assigned by their favouring of own group when reducing compound numbers) and pentagonal numbers as gravitons and 0 as Higgs-field. This gives an even more basic model for Theory of Everything than Antony Garrett Lisi`s exceptional basic E8.
In addition, the circel-group based quantum mechanical model is consistent with real-life experiments in Shake 3. It also suggests the essential reason why E9 is infinite due to the determinants of Cartan matrices turning negative for n=9. An ennion instead of bi-octonion could tackle blow-ups.
Consciousness corresponds to the capacity of a
system to integrate information.
Modulo 9 gives circular curves, not elliptic (normalize). Hence the solved Hierarchy problem is an attractor with best symmetry and the easiest complex multiplication for Hilbert`s 12th problem.