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December 15, 2013


Do we have time to save the planet from greedy green capitalists and the greedy politicians that support them?

by CJ Orach - peopleneedpower
Climate Change is Not the Problem. Fuel Poverty Is. Denying poor people access to cheap and reliable energy from fossil fuel is a death sentence for the poor of the world.

As the evidence mounts that that a rise in CO2 has little or nothing to do with global warming it is incumbent on people of good will to hold the greedy capitalists scoundrels accountable for the harm they are doing to the poor and to nature in their pursuit of their ill gained money off the backs of the public. Power to the people not to the greedy green corporate capitalists and the politicians that support them. 

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  1. Dec 16 2013

    Leaders of the scientific community joined forces with world leaders in 1945 to save the world from nuclear annihilation by:

    1. Forming the United Nations on 24 October 1945

    2. Hiding neutron-repulsion in cores of atoms & stars

    Chapter 1 of my autobiography described the start of my 53 year trek to the core of the Sun on meeting Professor Kuroda in May 1960.

    Chapter 2 used precise experimental data to provide clear and unequivocal evidence:

    a.) Neutron-repulsion is the source of energy in cores of heavy atoms and stars

    b.) The Sun made our elements, birthed the solar system and sustains our lives

    c.) Iron-56 is the most abundant and most stable atom in the Sun and the Earth

    Chapter 2 compares solar and nuclear science before and after the Second World War:

    1. Astronomers and astrophysicists believed the interior of the Sun was mostly iron (Fe) before the end of the Second World War, but after the Second World War ended they unanimously changed their opinions without discussion or debate in 1946 to conclude the Sun’s interior is mostly hydrogen (H)

    2. Scientific textbooks used F. W. Aston’s rigorously valid “nuclear packing fraction” to indicate nuclear stability before the end of the Second World War, but after the Second World War ended most textbooks replaced Aston’s “nuclear packing fraction” with C. F. von Weizsäcker’s deceptively convincing “nuclear binding energy.” The latter obscures neutron-repulsion with high values for the binding energy of neutron-rich atoms and low values for the binding energy of proton-rich atoms.

    Oliver K. Manuel


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