Will A Viable Nuclear Plasma Energy Generation Technology Be Strangled In Its Crib? by Yvonne Lorenzo

Is our model of the sun and the way it generates energy wrong? From Yvonne Lorenzo at lewrockwell.com:

What if everything you’ve been told about the nature of the sun, from elementary school, to universities, to Wikipedia, is wrong? What if true science, using technology based on a paradigm shift in understanding the nature of stars proves it? What if this technology has the capabilities to actually implement viable plasma reactors and if funded and developed, can produce clean energy without radioactive waste, and to the contrary, actually dispose of radioactive waste? In fact, there is ample evidence that the answers to these questions is in the affirmative. What started as a project to verify an alternative theory of stars and our sun has developed into a technology that has the potential to better the quality of life for all the people of the world by providing clean, pollution free energy. But there is also the possibility that the powers, much discussed on this website, will never allow it to happen.

First, as to the theory. As discussed in this article posted on The Secular Heretic:

The Electric Sun Experiment

In 1972 an article in an obscure journal caught my eye. It was written by engineer Ralph Juergens from Flagstaff, Arizona. He wrote:

I can find no way to state this diplomatically, so let me be blunt: The modern astrophysical concept that ascribes the sun’s energy to thermonuclear reactions deep in the solar interior is contradicted by nearly every observable aspect of the sun.1

Ralph Juergens

By attending to all of the most obvious features seen on the Sun; the photospheric granules, spicules, sunspots, chromosphere and corona, Juergens produced a detailed engineer’s model of an electrically powered Sun that seemed to account logically and simply for all the phenomena. The fixed belief that stars are isolated bodies in space, demanding internal thermonuclear energy to power them for billions of years, has resulted in untold waste in astrophysics and nuclear energy research.

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