The structure and configuration of the

element carbon is essential for earthly life forms

to replicate and evolve.

Scientifically the most valid hypothesis states that the element carbon is # 6 on the periodic table of elements and carbon's two stable forms ^{12}C & ^{13}C are the 15th most abundant elements, with ^{13}C comprising 1.1% of the carbon on earth. 100% carbon molecules (allotropes) have been identified, labeled and defined as graphite, diamond, fullerenes, graphene, carbon nanotubes, and a hypothesized structure of carbon consisting of 50% ^{12}C & 50% ^{13}C that configures into a helix coil similar to the molecules DNA and RNA. It is difficult to visualize this helix spiral coil tube configuration by utilizing the common tools of reductive science. TETRANOMETRY approaches carbon synergistically and visualizes a single carbon element as having a two dimensional shape that resides in three dimensional space forming a hyperbolic paraboloid surface with four vertices and four edges. Three of the vertices are 90^{0 }angles and the fourth angle is 60^{0}. The length of the sides between the 90^{0} angles is the square root of 1 and the length of the remaining two sides with the 60^{0} vertex is the square root of 2. The diagonal distances between the vertices are square root of 3 and the square root of 2.

TETRANOMETRY labels this 2 dimensional object which resides in 3 dimensional space a RAYPLANE. See (www.carbonconfiguration.com) or (www.carbonstructuring.com). Edge bonding of this configuration allows carbon ^{12}C & carbon ^{13}C to have opposite polarity and can form the structure of carbon allotropes.