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Topic: Sun likely to be 10 billion years old while Jupiter only 5; Chapt22 a
new age measuring tool in astronomy: density of actinides & iron in a body
#1607 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

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Re: Sun likely to be 10 billion years old while Jupiter only 5;
Chapt22 a new age measuring tool in astronomy: density of actinides & iron in
a body #1607 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

Posted: Jun 17, 2013 4:28 AM
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Bernier wrote:
Archimedes, you mention: "Dirac's new radioactivities".
Which Dirac do you mean? Paul Dirac, the pioneer of
quantum mechanics, is no longer with us ...

David Bernier

AP writes:
Paul Dirac, book Directions in Physics, 1978, page 77 "new kind of radioactive process. . ."



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