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To be honest this seems a little to pat and seems very cosy, is this based on hard data? or is it based on theoretical supposition?
a star has to have a certain density to guarantee its gravitational mass, are you saying that a fusion process based on hydrogen/helium would create sufficient mass to produce a sol type gravity field or sufficient mass to collapse to a neutron state or singular state
For ophiolitequoteI always admire certainty in an uncertain universe I am pleased that you feel that you know all that you need to know.
The most fundamental error is to mistake the hypothesis for an explanation of a phenomenon, without performing experimental tests.
I would of course direct your attention to the March edition of the journal of science and to the article that deals with the current estimation of the planets core temperature.I ave not had as yet time to calculate the Entropic ramifications of this new estimate, but I will Get back to you.