Volume : 2, Issue : 7, JUL 2016

EARTH'S CLIMATE AND SOLAR ENERGY, . . . CONFIRMED PAUL KAZUO KURODA'S 1945 INSIGHT INTO THE BEGINNING OF THE WORLD

Oliver K. Manuel

Abstract

Early 20th Century discoveries by Einstein and Aston explained variations observed later in abundances of elements and isotopes [3-7], rest masses of atoms [8,9], climate-changing solar eruptions [10], and life's origin and evolution [11] in terms confirming Kuroda's 1945 insight into the beginning of the world (page2): “The sight before my eyes was just like the end of the world, but I also felt that the beginning of the world may have been just like this.”

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