Audio Files   The planetary atmosphere filters through to the earth about one two-billionths of the sun’s total light emanation. If the light falling upon North America were paid for at the rate of two [More]
Audio File   The mass of our sun is slightly greater than the estimate of our physicists, who have reckoned it as about two octillion (2 x 10 to the 27th power) tons.  It now [More]
Audio File        The bulk of the mass contained in the suns and planets of a superuniverse originates in the nebular wheels; very little of superuniverse mass is organized by the direct action of [More]
Audio File   In those suns which are encircuited in the space-energy channels, solar energy is liberated by various complex nuclear-reaction chains, the most common of which is the hydrogen – carbon – helium reaction.  [More]
Audio File   The internal temperature of many of the suns, even our own, is much higher than is commonly believed.  In the interior of a sun practically no whole atoms exist; they are all [More]
Audio File   The larger suns maintain such a gravity control over their electrons that light escapes only with the aid of the powerful X-rays.  These helper rays penetrate all space and are concerned in [More]
Audio File   That the suns of space are not very dense is proved by the steady streams of escaping light-energies.  Too great a density would retain light by opacity until the light-energy pressure reached [More]