Our Star The Sun Is An Intergalactic Nuclear Reactor Bringing All Life To Planet Earth.. By Hank Curci SCIFI Author..



An Intergalactic Nuclear Reactor..

By Hank Curci, MS Mathematics Stanford..


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Story Synopsys

Albert Einstein’s E=MC2.


To make mass, the universe, via super nova explosions, squeezes down energy ( hydrogen atoms ) so tightly that it becomes rigid and makes mass.

Mass is energy squeezed down at the rate of (186,000) X (186,000) = 34 billion to one…simalar to squeezing down snow flakes to make a ridged snow ball.

Hence, if you could extract all of the energy from a sugar cube, you could run the city if New York for a two or three days.

The sun is a nuclear furnace converting the atom hydrogen into the atom helium via Albert Einstein’s E=MC2.

Each time this reaction occurs, a nuclear particle is lost and the difference is made up in the form of energy or heat.

This nuclear reaction is so efficient that it takes eight billion years for all of the hydrogen in the sun to be converted to helium.

Unfortunately, a similar nuclear reaction was used to make the atomic bomb killing and maiming thousands of innocent people at one time.

The amount of fissionable nuclear material that was in the atomic bomb dropped on Japan was not much bigger than a garden pea, the tip of your little finger, yet it was able to wipe out an entire city and instantly vaporize 70,000 people, men, women and children.. a horror one hopes is never repeated…..

The nuclear furnace inside the sun, that gives us life, is operating on the same level of efficiency.

End Synopsys..


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