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Though we are finite creatures, as human beings we want to understand the universe we are part of. Solar Neutrino Problem: The number of neutrinos observed to be coming from the sun is much less than the number predicted based on our understanding of the sun's inner workings. Unifying these activities is the use of optical pumping and spin exchange, techniques that make it possible to polarize the spins of electrons, atoms and nuclei using light sources such as lasers.

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