The new periodic table has multiple linear stings of elements and yes the same elements on different strings. It starts to resemble of all things a DNA molecule. Very long and very interconnected. It relates everything on the periodic table, Quantum numbers, Quantum effects, phases of mater and temperature gradients, and the entire electromagnetic spectrum. It takes a powerful computer to put it together. What it does that the present models don't do is help to predict a lot of unknown quantities at various periodic probabilities. It is a kind of physics map. The assumption that matter itself already has vested energy that is the energy of light and that light is not transmitting energy but rather pure code is what it is for.
It will show the DNA of at least our part of the universe. It is not just an analogy. If photons are pure code and the reactive properties of mater are the physics relating to the spectrum, the periodic properties of mater and quantum characteristics should produce multiple lines or chains of relationships. Now I would start with one line or chain for relating each element to the spectrum and one for each quantum number to both spectrum and element independently and then later have the computer put all the separate chains together with as in DNA there are 'crossbars' like the protein combinations. I can't predict how many lines are necessary as it could be hundreds to start with. I would also perceive that not everything would easily fit together so to connect it all would take computing power and areas where it seem there are no relationships running the line can be compacted rather than removed so just ignored. This system might produce something unexpected and unusual. An element like Carbon may have properties we never before realized. Carbon may have more than one intersection with the spectrum and more. After generating and compressing the model then we look to see if he have a simplified way to look at it and maybe the line of elements is not anything like we visualize on the standard periodic table. Maybe hydrogen is somewhere in the middle and not at the top end. elements as retainers of energy that react to electromagnetic code are what I observe. One cannot have the concept of matter without energy nor energy without matter. So if there is intrinsic energy at a state of mater/level of temperature and the infrared photons are just heat coding. Well to be rid of them from radiating them back into space means there is still energy residing there. My new periodic table wants to know what that secret store of 'atomic' energy is after the atoms are still having radiated their last photon. There is always the next photon but not all photons on the spectrum react to each periodic table atom. That is why the new periodic table. It seeks to show how the photon code works. I now know how it works but don't know why all types of atoms decide to ignore various frequency / wavelengths or even just let them pass though.