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While the Sun and all other stars have the sheer numbers of high energy Hydrogen atoms to make fusion possible, Earth just doesn't. This is not a burocratic argument but a very practical one. With the discovery of the neutron, scientists could at last calculate what fraction of binding energy each nucleus had, by comparing the nuclear mass with that of the protons and neutrons which composed it. Citations: 466 "Basic similarities among cuprate, bismuthate, organic, chevrel-phase, and heavy-fermion superconductors shown by penetration-depth measurements," Uemura, YJ; Le, LP; Luke, GM, et al., Phys.

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Publisher: University Of Chicago Press (December 15, 2005)

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