Summary and Conclusion

  • Tom Stonier

Abstract

During the course of the twentieth century, we have come to accept the idea that the Universe is evolving. Furthermore, we now accept as reasonable the idea that given the four basic forces of nature, stars should be born, evolve through various stages, and die.

Keywords

Sugar Clay Cellulose Dioxide Silicate 

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© Tom Stonier 1992

Authors and Affiliations

  • Tom Stonier
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  1. 1.LenoxUSA

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