Fusion Process of the Sun  

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   Mankind assumes the fusion of Hydrogen to Helium elements is the primary process by which heat and light is produced within a most stellar objects. An examination of a spectrographs of the emitted light from our Sun and similar other stellar objects reveals a composition of 74% H and 24% He and 2% trace elements. Although reaction occurring inside the core of a stellar object is process of compression and  process of transfer of subatomic particles streams between atomic structures of  matter within close proximity where the percentage of  light elements, like hydrogen and helium to heavy elements, which dampens or controls the fusion reaction rate. When a localized big bang occurs in a galactic region, like ours, the Milky Way, it is the heavy elements that coalesce first. Once established it is the gravitational attraction to this mass that gathers the lighter elements. As the assimilation of matter proceeds, the solar object grows until the available matter with in local gravitational area is a balance of matter added to that which is lost to outside forces.

 

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     To get a clearer picture of the dampening process of heavy elements, lets look at the present technology of fission reactors on Earth. The fission process releases energy when two purified masses of uranium or man made elements outside of the norm combined produce a reaction that goes critical from an increasing set of cascading collisions due to released subatomic particles, resulting in an explosion when isolated the separate masses would be relatively stable. In the absence of all controls a run away reaction would affect vast areas with destruction. An example would be a nuclear power plant, where the placement of these control rods with absorb the subatomic particle flow that would accelerate a reaction, thus preventing critical mass, a dampener just like the heavy elements in a stellar mass. When under control, where the rate of reaction is reduced to a state where the reaction produces a steady source of heat and energy.

   For the fusion process to engage, both compression and heat are needed in large quantities. Inside our Sun this is normal, due to intense gravitational subatomic particles flow resulting in compression and restrictive molecular movement in and near the core. The compression insures a shared space on the atomic level and heat extends the range of the electron subatomic particle stream initializing sharing. But when mankind applies a pulse of intense heat and compression to light element fuel components, it explodes. No control factors were ever pondered.

   A stellar mass without heavy elements, is the equivalent to the absence of controls, thus the reaction would supernova, emulating on an infinitesimal scale, mankindís experience with the hydrogen bomb. Spectroscopic analysis, which separates light emanating from the Sun into a pattern of colors, as scientists evaluate the proportional breakdown of elements that are present in burning and ejected at the surface of solar masses. Although, it fails to show a signature trace of the heavy elements that has accumulated in and around the core.

   The intense gravitational field of the Sun near the core impedes and bends the flow of light particles from the heavy elements. That in conjunction with dispersion light particles as they proceed away from this same source, the result dilution due to distance traveled from the heart of the Sun. The elements of hydrogen and helium burning near the surface of the Sun does not have to contend with light absorption, gravitational bending, and dispersion of the particle field. Allowing the lighter elements floating near the surface of the Sun, to overwhelm the true proportion of the elements burning within the Sun. The fusion process is only a subordinate part of the process producing heat and light in the Sun. The build up of a by-product of fusion, molecular motion, provides the primary source of energy in the Sun. The fusion process, which is maintained by very small amount of hydrogen mass. When atoms are forced to together there is a sharing of electron subatomic particle streams and there is the build up or take away that is the foundation. The electron related subatomic particles are added by compression, to the flow through the nucleus. This concept is covered in the atomic structure.  As the nucleus loses charged subatomic particles the atomic structure takes an antimatter charge because of the imbalance of the added electron stream subatomic particles related to the proton and neutron are attracted until stabilization. It is the process and its added layers of producing the upper levels of elements that is the basis for the fusion process.  The energy is released as a by product, and registers to mankind as heat and light. The fusion process does behave in a similar fashion as the crude recreation produced by mankind's nuclear weapons, if so then radiation from incomplete reactions would kill all life on Earth. Many people assume the atmosphere protects the Earth from radiation. Therefore, ponder this question, what would happen if a continuous supply of hydrogen bombs were exploded in space above Earth? Unassuming answer, all life below would soon cease to exist.

Question: Does mankind's quest for a fusion reactor hold promise?

   The current path of this world's fusion research will lead to a dead end, but if mankind amplified gravitational subatomic particle flow and used this force to initiate and maintain the reaction, then heavy elements could be used to control the reaction and there would be a viable source of energy, but the are more efficient ways soon to be introduced. 

 

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