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Sunspots and the Internal Structure of the Sun:
A Little Lesson in Nuclear Physics and Photochemistry

by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N.

Published in June 2023.     60 pages.

Aetherometric Theory of Synchronicity, Vol. 7

Monograph AS3-VII.5


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The present monograph puts forth a radically different understanding of the hydrogen and electron economy of the Sun based upon a totally new treatment of the primary nuclear fusion processes that are ongoing in its core. It shows how sunspots function as two-way (truly ambipolar) plasma channels, and identifies their most important function - to vehiculate modal ambipolar radiation to the surface of the Sun and, magnetically, past the solar plasmasphere. The authors formally demonstrate how solar physics and present-day theory of hydrogen fusion are in error. The solar core is even darker than Herschel thought! It gives off no heat and has no temperature. It is a giant non- thermodynamic fusion reactor and ambipolar generator - and the monograph reveals the exact fusion reactions and the atomic lattice structure of the core that are responsible for the modal solar emissions. To this day, the process is unknown to conventional nuclear physics, though these same authors published the key reactions back in 2005! In the same vein, they provide, in this monograph, a cogent theory of the solar photosphere, of its ionic and free-radical chemistries, as well as of its role in forming the molecular inputs and outputs of the Sun. They demonstrate that all speculations on the fundamental values (mass, volume, pressure, temperature, etc) of the Sun and its core must be re-evaluated and re-computed.