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Quartz Stars

Stars start off doing hydrogen burning, making helium. Then they transition to helium burning. From that point onwards, most of the pathway is added helium, so things step up by helium units. There are a fair number of loose neutrons … Continue reading

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Is The Earth Not A Planet?

Does enough junk impact and surround Earth such that the “clear the neighborhood” rule for planets says we don’t make the cut? Continue reading

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Fasting Mimicking Diet Cured Type ONE Diabetes In Mouse – Regenerates Cells

I’ve posted one of the interviews of Dr. Valter Longo and Dr. Rhonda Patrick. I’m not sure if this is a re-post or the part 2. Much of it was somewhat familiar. BUT, even if a repeat, what “woke me … Continue reading

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Dr. Valentina Zharkova – GSM 2020-2025

We’re just at the start of a Grand Solar Minimum. Dr. Valentina Zharkova has a pretty darned good math based predictor of solar cycles that hind-cast very well and fits the present data. It says the GSM doesn’t start until next year or a couple after that. So worse cold to come. Continue reading

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