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THE USE OF SOLAR ENERGY, THE TECHNIQUES TO BE EMPLOYED, AND FUTURE PROSPECTS OF SOLAR ENERGY AS A WIDESPREAD ENERGY SOURCE ARE DISCUSSED. DIAGRAMS OF SOLAR POWER SYSTEMS ARE PRESENTED.
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WATER PUMPS, SOLAR POWER STATIONS, AIR CONDITIONERS, FRESH-WATER STILLS, SOLAR HOMES, SOLAR COOKERS, FRUIT DRIERS, DEVICES FOR (LOW TEMPERATURE) STEAMING OF REINFORCED CONCRETE MEMBERS, SOLAR REFRIGERATORS, SOLAR HOTHOUSES, WELDING AND MELTING OF METALS PRESENTS A FAR FROM COMPLETE LIST OF THE DEVICES AND AREAS OF THE POSSIBLE BROAD USE OF SOLAR ENERGY. THE FIRST PLANT OF SOLAR EQUIPMENT IS TO BE BUILT IN THE UZBEK CITY OF BUKHARA FOR PRODUCTION OF SEVERAL OF THESE PRODUCTS.
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The source of energy in the core of the Sun is neutron repulsion, the same source of energy in cores of the uranium and plutonium atoms that destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki on 6 and 9 August 1945, respectively. The Sun is an ordinary star that produces and discards hydrogen generated by neutron-emission followed, in succession, by neutron-decay. This conclusion is based on precise measurements of meteorites, planets, the Moon and the Sun during the space age and on precise atomic rest mass data. It assumes that free neutrons decay spontaneously into hydrogen atoms and that solar energy arises from the conversion of nuclear rest mass (m) into solar energy (E).
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"Solar Energy" is an article from Science, Volume 55 . View more articles from Science . View this article on JSTOR . View this article's JSTOR metadata . You may also retrieve all of this items metadata in JSON at the following URL: https://archive.org/metadata/jstor-1644337
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Presented is the utilization of solar radiation as an energy resource principally for the production of electricity. Included are discussions of solar thermal conversion, photovoltic conversion, wind energy, and energy from ocean temperature differences. Future solar energy plans, the role of solar energy in plant and fossil fuel production, and public participation in solar energy development are also presented. Diagrams illustrating solar collectors, availability of solar and wind energy, operation of ocean thermal power plants, and an appendix listing the basic units of energy are provided for reference. (SL)
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