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  1. Japan had a powerful understanding of science before WWII, but was forced to go along with the corruption of solar and nuclear physics in WWII’s aftermath.

    Post-WWII “consensus science” was soundly defeated in the toothless treaty that emerged from the UN’s Paris Climate Conference.

    Now is the time to rebuild modern science, beginning with corrections of errors in the foundations of nuclear and solar physics immediately after WWII:

    1. The interior of the Sun is mostly iron (Fe), not hydrogen (H).

    2. Aston’s nuclear packing fraction tells nuclear stability. Weizsacker’s nuclear binding energy equation is wrong.

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