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Good day,
thank you for your reply on my question..........
You also write :
You keep changing the name under which you ask questions.  For consistency and understanding, please don't do that.

To be honest i don't know what you are talking .........
If i have well understood  think that you are receiving questions by the same person but using different name . Right ?
I only know (regarding me) that i have sent just one question to you.........
The point is that we use the same computer (the computer is located in the library of my city), and a lot of persons have the access to it.
Without annoy Mr. Sherlock Holmes sometimes  the solutions are easier than many mental ruminations .
Thank you for every things

Well, the same exact question was sent to me twice.  Now the follow-up comes from a third name.  I'm not sure why, I'm just answering the physics questions and trying to keep the questioners straight so that I can give a complete and consistent answer.

thanks for the explanation,
Dr. Steve


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Dr. Stephen O. Nelson


Fusion, solar flares, cosmic rays, radiation in space, and stellar physics questions. Generally, nuclear-related astrophysics, but I can usually point you in the right direction if it's not nuclear-related or if it's nuclear but not astrophysics.


Just moved from being a physics professor at the University of Texas of the Permian Basin into government work. Doctoral dissertation was on a reaction in CNO-cycle fusion, worked in gamma-ray astronomy in the space science division of the naval research laboratory in the high-energy space environment branch.

Government work as a physical scientist with a nuclear focus.

Ph.D. in physics, research was on nuclear fusion reactions important in stellar fusion, further work on space telescope technology.

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